There’s a Kit for You

If you are new to crafting, or you just want projects you can put together quickly, then kits from Stampin’ Up! are for you.  Stampin’ Up! has measured, cut and coordinated everything so you don’t have to.  From their easy standard kits to more involved project kits, there is bound to be a kit that is just right for you.

There are currently two all-inclusive kits available — Oh Happy Day and Watercolor Wishes — each kit yields 20 unique cards.  “All-inclusive” means that it includes all the materials you need to make your cards (with instructions) plus a stamp set and ink spot. The only thing you need to provide is adhesive.

There are currently four project kits available — Birthday Bright, Designer Tin of Cards, Perfectly Wrapped and Vertical Garden.  The project kits include all the materials you need to make your cards (with instructions); however, coordinating stamp sets are sold separately and you would need to provide adhesive (a hot glue gun is recommended for the Vertical Garden kit).  These kits yield the following completed projects:

Birthday Bright:  12 cards (4 each of 3 designs) and 12 gift tags (4 each of 3 designs) — Coordinates with Birthday Bright Stamp Set

Designer Tin of Cards:  16 cards (4 each of 4 designs) — Coordinates with Tin of Cards Stamp Set

Perfectly Wrapped:  16 personalized packages (4 each of 4 designs) — Coordinates with Perfectly Wrapped Stamp Set

Vertical Garden:  one home decor piece — Coordinates with Vertical Garden Stamp Set

These coordinating stamp sets are the cherry on top when completing your Stampin’ Up! project kits.

And for the ultimate kit that will come to your mail box automatically each month, don’t forget a monthly subscription to Paper Pumpkin.  Visit my post here for more information.

Whatever kit you choose, you will have a great time getting your craft on.  If you would like my assistance or company, just ask.

Thank you for stopping by today.  Until next time, stamp on my friends.


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