Tin of Cards, part one

I started the Tin of Cards kit by making the tabs and one set of Cards.

The tabs were a little tricky as the straps had to line up just right, as you will see in the pictures I wasn’t quite successful on some of them.

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The addition of the cardstock was very easy, just line them up at the bottom corner leaving about an eighth of an inch all around.

The first set of Cards was fairly straightforward the only confusing part was wether to adhere the cardstock to the inside back of the cardstock or the inside front. I chose the inside front and that became a little tricky with the glue.

For easier application I would go with the inside back of the cardstock.

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Please comment below on if you have completed this kit.

I would also like feedback on the style of my photos…slideshow or clickable individual photos?

Thank you in advance and as always keep creating!

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A Cover Story

On the cover of the Stampin’ Up! Annual catalog is a kit called “Tin of Cards Project Kit”.

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Over the next week I will be sharing this kit as well as another project inspired by this kit.

This kit comes with the tin, 9 file tab dividers and, everything you need to complete 16 cards.

The kit comes with instructions on how to create the 16 cards. There are 4 designs and 4 cards per design.

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the Kit also comes with:

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Over the next week I will put together the cards and the tin.

I will share with you each of the card designs as well as my thoughts on the project.

So far just looking at the project up close I think it s a great addition to any stampers craft room.

I know that for me, even when I am stamping all the time it seems that when I NEED a card I don’t have one handy.

I also know that when I really need a card I also don’t have time to create one from scratch.

This kit fixes that problem,not only does it have everything you need to create a card quick it has a place to keep cards for those unexpected occasions.

Stay tuned to see the cards made from this kit and the project inspired by this kit.

to buy this kit for yourself just click on the picture below.