Hey, you've got to go visit Lindsay's Stamp Stuff. She's added these card kits to her inventory and they are so easy to use. You just print, cut (yuk) and adhere. Now, I couldn't resist adding a few embellishments here and there, but I did absolutely no stamping (not true--I digistamped the cupcake). Actually, I made three cards with just one kit printed on one sheet of SU white cardstock. And even though I hate to cut out intricate items by hand, I was able to do so with relative ease and speed. I played the "frugal crafter" today, by only using this one kit and digging into a few leftovers /scraps I had lying around. I even used my Cricut for a few seconds which I haven't done in quite some time, but even then, I kept it to a minimum. I wanted to show you how easy and fast it is to put together some fabulous cards with one of these kits. Gosh, I even had a few leftovers for another time!
Here's a few things you really need to know: (1) Lindsay is still having a sale--spend $5 and get a free digi stamp of your choice. This sale only lasts through the end of May, so hurry! (2) Lindsay has two other kits to choose from besides the one I used which is called Elegant Black and White. All are designed to provide you with the materials for at least three quick cards per printing. (3) For a limited time, she has a card kit freebie and a free digital stamp on her blog that is perfect for end-of-the-year teacher gifts (by the way, we teachers really do love those!) or beginning of the year assignment composition notebook gifts for your kids.
Okay, I think I've figured out where my mojo went. It has traveled through time to the future to June 4, 2009, the last day of our school year. I think it is taunting me, saying "Catch me if you can!" Slippery little devil!
Paper: SU Whisper White CS, SU Black CS, PTI Hibiscus CS