If you have an area in your home that needs a lift ... a bit of seasonal inspiration ... a place that can "set the tone," then be sure to check out this project kit from Stampin' Up! It is called Enjoy the Little Things and it's one of my upcoming classes.
Another thing I love about this kit is that it includes a chalkboard easel with a sturdy clip. If you want to, you could even create additional cards on your own to highlight special events in your life or in the life of your family. The project kit comes in a lovely box that you can tuck away, neatly storing all the interchangeable cards that you aren't currently putting on display.
If you enjoy scrapbooking traditional scrapbook pages, some of these cards would be marvelous accents as part of a two page spread. I think that is where I would like to put some of these after I've had them on display for a while in my Stamping to Share studio.
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Would you like to see ALL the interchangeable cards included in the kit? Of course you would!! Here they are:
This shows the easel displaying one of my very favorite display pieces. The ribbon on the easel is not actually part of the kit, but I think it is any easy way to decorate your easel to coordinate with the display piece currently on display.
And finally, here is the box that your kit comes in. It has a nice lid and all the cards fully completed fit neatly into it for perfect storage.
Although the project kit comes with most of the supplies to make this home decor piece, you will still need the following if you want to create it per the instruction sheet. Have fun it's truly a wonderful project to do on your own or with friends or at my studio!!
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And . . . just a note: the instruction that Stampin' Up! provides recommend using Archival Black ink and I have chosen not to do that. Instead I used the Tuxedo Black Memento ink and it worked very well . . . and best of all, it did not permanently stain my photopolymer stamps black. I don't necessarily "mind" my photopolymer stamps being stained . . . unless the stain is a black stain as that is hard to see through and rather defeats the purpose of a photopolymer stamp set . . . IMHO.
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