Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Pick a Petal Kit

Today's kit is the Pick a Petal kit. It's the fourth of 6 set-specific by mail card kits that I'm offering this month. Each kit will feature two card designs using only the coordinating stamp set plus some accessories.

The problem I had with this kit was choosing the two designs. I've seen so many cool designs made from the images in this set, from surfboards and trees to dogs, mice and bunnies to cars and snowmen. And, of course, many, many different flowers. I decided to choose two different flower cards because I really wanted to limit the ink colors and keep the cards relatively simple so they can be stamped and/or assembled on the go this summer. Believe me, though, that these designs are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to pick a petal's possibilities, and that's without even getting into the coordinating classy brass template and chipboard assortment!

Your Pick a Petal card kit will include all pre-cut card stock, designer paper, ribbon, brads, buttons, glue dots, envelopes and step-by step instructions to make 4 cards (2 each of both designs). The kit will not include so saffron and certainly celery classic ink, adhesive (except for the glue dots) or the Pick a Petal stamp set. To make these cards you will also need paper snips or other scissors, a stamping sponge or any other type of sponge applicator and a 1/16" handheld hole punch or another way to punch the holes for the brads.

This kit will be available through the end of June at the special price of only $5.00 with the purchase of the Pick a Petal stamp set (regular shipping and tax will apply to the purchase of the stamp set). There is a limit of 1 specially priced kit per Pick a Petal stamp set purchased. The cost without the purchase of the coordinating stamp set will be $10.00 per kit, plus shipping.

As I mentioned previously, 1 design from each kit will be featured at my eScape stamp camp on June 25. The Pick a Petal card featured at the stamp camp will be the second card (with the certainly celery base).

4 comments:

Nikki Bond said...

These are toooo cute! I love the whimsy look and the colors are fabulous! {SMILES}

Michelle said...

These are beautiful! Pick A Petal isn't one of my favorite sets, but I must say that your cards have caused me to want to get this stamp set out and start creating! :)

Diane said...

Very lovely Diane!!

desirée said...

I love these cards! Pick a Petal is SUCH a versatile set!