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It’s Time for Kits

Filed under: Projects — April 8, 2020 @ 12:26 pm

I’ve seen a lot of interest in Stampin’ Up! kits these past few weeks as we are staying at home.  Card making is a great way to productively use your time and make something fun to share with others.  Crafting is good therapy and a fun way to connect with family at home and loved ones at a distance.

Tip:  Use an aquapainter to seal envelopes.

Tip:  Order postage stamps online from usps.

Some wonderful kits are available at my store.

I recommend the all-inclusive kits if you are new to stamping, want to give as a gift, or just want to have everything you need except scissors.  The product medleys are more for avid crafters, there are no instructions, just an amazing bundle of coordinating products.

And here’s an insider tip:  There are a couple of kits in the Clearance Rack!

Here are just a few of the kits I have available for porch pickup (in Erie,PA) and I can also ship right from my home (contact me with your zip code for shipping cost).  My email address is [email protected]

1.Hugs from Shelli Paper Pumpkin REFILL $10

makes 12 notecards – DOES NOT INCLUDE STAMPS OR INK  You just need your own sentiments to stamp on the labels.

2.No Matter The Weather Paper Pumpkin REFILL – $12

Makes 12 notecards.  DOES NOT INCLUDE STAMPS OR INK – You just need your own sentiments to stamp on the labels.

3.Something for Everything Paper Pumpkin Full Kit – $20

Makes 12 full sized cards, includes stamp set and ink spot.

4.Soft Sayings – Retired All Inclusive Kit – $25

Makes 20 cards – various sizes.

5.Watercolor Wishes – Retired All Inclusive Kit – $25

Makes 20 cards – various sizes.

And there is still time (until April 10) to sign up for the next Paper Pumpkin, a subscription crafting kit that is Stampin’ Up!s top selling product.  April will be a card kit just in time to send to loved ones.  You can subscribe here.

#makeacardsendacard #sharesunshine

Happy crafting,

Kim Wilson

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