Wednesday, 22 January 2020

The difference between Suite's, Bundles & Kits

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You have seen me say Suites and Bundles in my posts but are you a little confused about what the difference is? Then there are kits! I'll explain it all.

Suite:
By far the most expensive but, you get all of these products in a Suite. If you have the $$$, it is well worth it. You only need to add ink and coordinating cardstock. There is quite a lot in this Suite as you can see. Don't forget you will earn Stampin' Rewards or you could add this to your starter kit if you were thinking of joining.

Bundle:
If you don't wish to buy the Suite, then the Bundle consists of stamps and dies or a punch. You also receive a 10% discount if you buy a bundle! That's a win! If there is something you wanted from the Suite, but couldn't afford it, that's OK. Everything can be purchased individually. You can buy the Bundle and the DSP from the Suite, or the ribbons or embossing folder. You choose.

All-Inclusive Kits:
These kits are fantastic for the beginner crafter. You do need to have your own adhesive though, but stamps, ink and paper are included. You also get instructions on how to make each card design but you don't have to stick to those designs if you don't want to. You can be as creative as you like. I hear a number of people say that they are very artistic, well, with this kit, the creativity is done for you.

Project Kits: 
These kits are for the casual crafter. You've more then likely got all extra supplies needed at home. Stamps, ink and paper are sold separately. They usually come in a pretty box or packaging.

I hope that helps you a little in making your decision.

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Happy Crafting,








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Monday, 20 January 2020

Peaceful Moments

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This is the last of my See A Silhouette DSP. The colours are just so vibrant and beautiful. Starting with Basic Black as my base card, I think helps the dsp pop.

I really LOVE this sentiment from the Peaceful Moments stamp set and you can now see up close the die I used from the Painted Labels which is sitting behind the sentiment in black.

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Happy Crafting,






Stampin’ Up!® Supplies
Stamps: Peaceful Moments.
Ink: Momento Black.
Paper: See A Silhouette DSP, Basic Black, Whisper White.
Accessories: Painted Labels Dies, Trimmer, Bone Folder, Liquid Multipurpose Glue, Dimensionals.




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Friday, 17 January 2020

Thank You

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A simple card today using a sketch I just love. If you have small pieces of DSP left after you've been busy chopping it up, you can still use it on your projects. Depending on the size of your DSP, you can use it vertically, like I have done, or horizontally if your piece is small.

I raised both yellow pieces with dimensionals but glued the black piece directly on top of the bottom yellow piece.

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Stampin’ Up!® Supplies
Stamps: Thoughtful Blooms.
Ink: Momento Black.
Paper: Basic Black, Daffodil Delight, See A Silhouette DSP.
Accessories: Painted Labels Dies, Stitched Shapes Dies, Dimensionals, Liquid Multipurpose Glue.









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