My Christmas Cards for Our Family This Year and More!
The Joy Of Sharing Kit was in our Clearance Rack a few months ago and I grabbed one. I thought it would be a great idea and memento to send to Dave’s family and my family as a remembrance of him since his passing. These were professional photos we had done the year we found out about his cancer. I miss him so much. It’s been almost six months now and it feels like forever since I’ve been with him.
The kit contents gave you the option of creating photo cards like I did or decorative cards. Your choice:
It was hard to capture in my photos but the layer that outlines our photo is gold foil. Pretty, shiny and elegant all in one. I absolutely love the sentiment that I added to the inside with the stamp set that was included:
The kit had enough cards for 15 total and I had so many pieces and layers left over after I completed all 15 cards. What to do with the leftovers? I immediately thought of a Christmas Sampler! See what I mean? Isn’t it gorgeous?
I used Real Red, Basic White and Mossy Meadow for my cardstock colors & layers.
I also glued and mounted all of my squares on an artist canvas. I love it!
The biggest point I want to make with my post today is what you can do with kits. I often read or hear people say, I skipped Paper Pumpkin this month or, I don’t care for kits. My Sampler project was not something that was intended with this kit but look at the beautiful project I completed. I do the same with Paper Pumpkin kits, I always create unintended projects because that’s how versatile our kits are and that’s how I roll!
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