Create – to cause to come into being
I don’t know about you, but one of my goals with crafting is to bring joy to others. This month’s CTMH Constant Campaign rolls right into that goal with the #CreateKindness cardmaking kit. This kit comes with everything you need to make cute 3X3 cards to #createkindess in your world.
With 4 colored card bases, 8 different M-sized stamp sets, 1.75 inch precut circles (for stamping), a 2X2 acrylic block and a special sized Archival Black ink – you’ll be set to say hello to a friend, send some encouragement, or just let someone know you love them.
If you want to bump things up a bit – add some cardstock or a punched or die-cut flower –
The card on the right was colored with colored pencils. The one on the left with ShinHan Touch alcohol markers & watercolors – since the set comes with Archival Black ink – you can play with adding color without worrying about blurred lines.
This next card was made with a few Thin Cuts, an embossing folder & an embossing/diecutting machine (I use a Cuttlebug).
Here’s another quick & easy upgrade – use a 4 1/4 X 5 1/2 in card base, and some coordinating cardstock (I used Pansy) – for a Card-in-a Card – (his idea was from Gail Gross –greetingsfromgail.blogspot.com)
Worried about those bits & pieces not staying organized – don’t worry – this kit comes with a small organizer that holds everything nicely!
Since this is a Constant Campaign, the #CreateKindness card kit is only available through 30 September 2016 – or while supplies last. The card kit is $46.95 (a 15% savings) or you can purchase this pieces individually at regular price. I made sure I’ve purchased extra card bases because these are such cute & easy cards to make – I don’t want to run out!
If you’re looking for more great ideas for these cards and stamps – just Google #CreateKindness & see how other consultants and crafters are creating kindness. I’ve seen amazing cards & scrapbook layouts.
How can you share some kindness? A card for your neighbor? A lunchbox note for your hubby or kids? Post pictures of what you do with the #CreateKindness card kit – I’ll draw a winner from anyone who submits a picture here or on my FB page.