Today I am going to share with you the Lots of Happy Card kit from Stampin’ Up!. This is such a fun card kit, for any level crafter. This card kit features some great images and actually can go together really quick. In my post and video tutorial today I will share with you some tips and tricks about how to put this kit together. Here’s a look at the cards that you can make using the Lots of Happy Card Kit.
The Lots of Happy Card kit is especially great if you love adult coloring than this kit is necessary for you. The kit features five different card designs which you will make four of each design. Your kit will come with all the supplies to create each card; and includes the exclusive photopolymer stamp set, a clear block, a Basic Black Archival Stampin’ Spot, full size watercolor pencils (in Rich Razzleberry, Lemon Lime Twist, Flirty Flamingo, and Old Olive), 20 card bases, coordinating envelopes, giftable box, printed die cuts, vellum die cuts, and gold foil die cuts, Lemon Lime Twist 1/4″ Ombre Ribbon, and Stampin’ Dimensionals. You will need to provide your favorite adhesive and blender pen.
Tips & Tricks:
- One thing you should do to make putting together the card kit easier is leaving the printed die cuts in the sheet to color. By doing so will let the delicate pieces of the die cuts stay in place with out damage, and makes it much easier to color.
- Make sure you have a ruler or our grid paper handy so that you can can measure the ribbon before you cut it.
- The Lemon Lime Twist and Flirty Flamingo watercolor pencils are elusive to this kit and can not be purchased anywhere else.
- Punch out all of the vellum die cuts in a tack all at one time. These are very delicate and will tear very easily. Don’t ask me how I know this.
- On the hexagon card before you add the card front make sure your opening is going in the right direction and you don’t have it turned wrong. I did mine where it opened from the side.
- Don’t forget the extra piece of lavender for the lavender card that reads Happiest Birthday Yet. Like I did, I was thinking it went on another card.
- On the smallest card you have to have the flower die cut going at a slight angle. If you don’t it want fit in the envelope.
Each card features elements from the kit. Here you can see the cute vellum die cut leaves.
Don’t forget the whisper white mat like I do in the video tutorial, on the card below.
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