As always, this package contains everything needed to complete twelve greetings, four each of three varieties. We've included envelopes, ribbons, embellishments and instructions, too!
Here's a closer look at the cards you'll make with this set . . .
Card Set A
Two non-kit additions were made to this 4.25x5.5" single fold card. If you happen to have an embossing folder in your stash, add texture to the 4x5.25" Dk. Green panel. Adorn the corrugated tag with a die cut from your stash. (This element is not part of the fern die set featured as an optional add-on this month.) Add the featured sentiment to the card with foam adhesive circles on the right side to balance the height of the tag.
The art panel for the front of this card is sized perfectly to center onto the Dk. Green panel. If you'd like, fussy-cut the image and adhere to the lower right corner of the card. Balance with a tag and leaf on the left.
Card Set B
The Brown panel is cut into three sections perfectly sized to nest onto the three panels of the stand-up card. Add texture to the panels with a nature-themed embossing folder. When adding the "pocket" cutapart, apply glue to the outer left, bottom and right edges only. Staple a folded piece of velvet ribbon to the top of the "tag" cutapart and slide into the pocket.
Card Set C
Nick-named the "impossible card," this structure is super-easy to create once you know the secret flip. Make the card base from just one piece of 5x7" Ivory paper scored once and cut in three places. Check out the instructions and my video tutorial to get the full scoop!
My passion is to help you to gain confidence in your card making skills and to learn new ways to use the paper and materials already in your stash. I hope you have fun with this Card kit.
Happy Snail Mail!