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Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Serenity Card kit ideas

Hello Crafters! Dawn here again to share with you a few more cards.
Bo Bunny puts together some really great card kit packs. We all have those moments where we have a Birthday, Anniversary, sympathy, thinking of you situation arise where we need a card quick. These card kits  are perfect for those occasions.
I loved all the designs the card kit suggested to create the cards. They were beautiful designs. I want to show you a few additional ideas with the same kit. I only added a few items from my stash.
These are my finally 8 cards I came up with.

When you open your kit you will find 8 die-cut cards with white interiors and matching envelopes. There will be your accessory paper embellishments, chipboard embellishments, some rub-on sentiments and an instruction sheet. You can follow these instructions or mix it up as I have.

For this card I used all the elements supplied in the kit and only added a few pop-up dimensionals on the upper petal and a perfect pearl dot on the center of the flower. The sentiment is from the rub-ons in the kit.

For this card I used one of the base cards and added the circle which I cut from the 6x6 paper pad. The bird is a Sizzix die I first cut in chipboard and then another paper from the 6x6 pad. The tiny added green under the wing is using the exterior paper (scraps) from my circle sheet to give depth. I cut the tag 
from black cardstock using the Spellbinders fancy framed tag one set. I used the interior off cuts of this tag to give my bird feet. I bent a few gold heart shaped paperclips to match my wing and added 6 gold flatback pearls.

This card is using more elements in the kit. I only added some Webster's trim under the chipboard base piece. Accenting with tarnished brass and tumbled glass stickles on the lanterns.

This card is as the kit shows! I loved it so I only added a smaller black cardstock piece to give the lantern more dimension and tumbled glass stickles as an accent.

For this card I actually used the back side of what is suggested. I liked the solid blue waves. I added some black lace out of my stash and then layered some more of the elements in the kit.

This card is almost as suggested in the kit. I chose not to cut my edge and add the scallop border or the thin black strips. I did add some perfect pearls to the center of my flowers and the sentiment at the bottom using the rub-ons supplied.

For this card I used more of the elements in the kit and only needed to accent with a little stickles on a few lanterns an perfect pearl in my flower center.

This last card uses more elements from the kit. I only added some ivory lace from my stash to ground my flourish. Some more perfect pearls to the flower centers and it's complete.

Stay tuned for more great ideas and craft projects!

Have a Happy Crafty Day!

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  1. Your cards are sooo cute, thanks for the fun ideas!

  2. Fantastic, Dawn! You've added a spark of color and life to those papers which, in my opinion, are somewhat odd colors if you're Asian. Now I know what to do with those papers! Thanks much.