I haven’t yet purchased the Watercolor Christmas Stamp set and so I wanted to see if I could use a different stamp set for the sentiments as a substitute. After all, sometimes we have our favourite sentiments that we want to use. I used the Snowflake Sentiments stamp set instead and loved how the cards turned out. You could also use the Oh, What Fun stamp set as well and really any other sentiment stamp set that you own. The Watercolour Christmas Project Kit is really quite versatile and you can adapt any stamp set that you wish.
Below is a video produced by Stampin’ Up! on the kit and how to assemble the cards.
I was looking for a box to put some little goodies in as a gift and came across a great tutorial from Crafty Caroline in the UK.
I made the picnic basket & love it. It is a little fiddly putting the lid on and putting the split pins on but I love how they turned out. I’ve used up some lovely designer series paper and a good way to use up your retiring products. The split pins are no longer available from Stampin’ Up! but I’m using up my stock of them.
Here is the video tutorial for the box. I hope you will enjoy making this box as much as I did. Don’t forget that the retirement list is out and selling fast so go online to my shop and grab yourself a bargain as some items are up to 50% off
Stampin’ Up! trainer Brandi and her daughter Lily Jane, share some tips and tricks for the Birthday Bright Project Kit–a brand-new kit in the 2017 occasions (spring/summer) catalogue. Visit stampinup.com to order yours today or contact me.