Kelly's Kreative Kit----
Take a look at this kit. Isn't it just the greatest? I was asked to be a guest with the 12 Kits of Occassions member Kelly Schirmer. It is so exciting and such an honor to be a part of this month's kit. Kelly really outdid herself with all of the color coordinating papers, ribbon, embellishments, and all of the chalkboard sentiments. I fell in love with them and ended up using most of those in my images.
Of course many of these goodies came in red gingham bags which were so cute. I saved mine and want to incorporate it into something else.
I couldn't decide where to start because I wanted to use every piece of this kit. So, first I created a card using the Scotty dog image. He became something really fun to use and I decided to glitz him up a bit by adding some red crystal embellishments as his collar. I then fussy cut him out and popped him on a piece of ribbon and look at the matching paper. The green sweater for him was too cute, love the argyle. The sentiment was white embossed on black cardstock (like a chalkboard).
So, then I decided I wanted to do something clean and simple, which is never as easy as it looks. Well I took one look at the white embossed christmas tree on black cardstock and decided black and white was the way to go! So I layered black and white all the way. I loved the way it looked and couldn't justify putting a sentiment on the front of the card so added one to the inside of the card. I received some retro stamps free with my latest cardmaking and papercrafts magazine and loved the sentiment. The first layer of white paper was embossed with Snowflakes. Yay!
Now the next one was really easy as Kelly included lots of things to make tags. The Spellbinders Opera Tag was diecut and stamped with a sentiment from Waltzingmouse stamps (sorry I don't know which set it's from). There was also a gift card pocket from Memory Box and I tied the tag onto the pocket with red ribbon and viola! A gift card holder and you can slide the tag front over to easily get out the wonderful gift card. The one I have in there is from our local grocery store Wegman's which is a huge travel attraction, if you come to Western NY you'll have to check it out. I can never walk out of there without grabbing things I never intended to.
Hang in there with me, I'm almost done. I really had to use this sentiment as it's one of my favorite Christmas Songs. I can only ever remember the one line, but when I hear it, up goes the volume. Drives my family crazy.
Since it was so cold here today and I was outside for so long, I really wanted to warm up. And the sentiment was exactly what I said when I got home. This stretchy snowflake sock was just what I was looking for to dress up this bottle and to add this cute little gift tag to it. I used the square stax dies from My favorite things and added a snowflake to the corner. Easy Peasy.
Last and not least I really, really, really, wanted to use the jingle bells that Kelly had packed into the kit. Whenever someone opens this card, they'll jingle all the way!
The snowman is from Tremendous Treats by Paper Trey Ink and the chalkboard frame is from My Favorite Things Stamps. I also used a candy button and popped up the snowman and jingle sentiment with foam tape. The snowman was colored with Copics. I just completed a class and have been practicing, practicing, practicing. I love using a white gel pen to make the dots on the scarf and hat.
I have so many things left, that I can't wait to use from Kelly's kit. She is hosting a prize giveaway this month! Leave a comment on the 12 Kits of Occasions blog Here for your chance to win the Echo Park 6 x 6 Tis The Season Paper Pad ! You have until December 5th at 11:59 P.M. to leave your comment. You will also see the blog links for all of the kit team members, as well as a supply list for Kelly's kit.
Thanks so much to Kelly for asking me to be her guest with this lovely kit! Don't forget to check out their Pinterest Board HERE and the Facebook page HERE for more 12 Kits inspiration!
Hope you enjoyed visiting today and thanks for stopping by.