Spring started with snowstorms, but this month’s selection of card designs are full of bright Springlike colours!
The box fits in an awful lot of contents, so it’s very securely (and attractively) sealed.
Everything is packed beautifully.
Here are this month’s card designs. A new technique is introduced: watercolours!
The instructions are always superb. Very detailed, along with helpful illustrations.
There’s always a ton of cardstock in every box. These bright colours are going to look wonderful! There are also sticky pads, card blanks, and clear envelopes to keep your finished cards clean until you use them.
Here are the four watercolour paint tubes, plus a really nice brush.
More acrylic stamps! I love these. There are also some lovely sparkly green sequins, plus yellow flower-shaped sequins! The two little rolls of washi tape are for Watercolour Masked Card above. There’s also a little bottle of PVC glue. Those bottles are really good, they’ve got a really small metal nozzle for really precise application.
It’s so nice to have some bright colours! Spring has been off to such a grey start and these designs are beautifully cheery.
I’m really intrigued by using watercolours. I’ve never used them before, though I love how they look, so this will really be a new adventure in creativity and a great way to explore a new technique. Even though the tubes of paint are quite small you need to use very little, so you’ll get a lot of use from them.
As always there’s a very generous quantity of cardstock, plus extra card blanks for when you’re feeling brave enough to attempt your own creations.
Handmade greeting cards are so much nicer than shop-bought ones. With this box you can produce incredibly professional results, and also build up a really good collection of accessories and equipment.
I’m really excited about making these cards, and they’ll definitely bring some Spring cheer to the recipients!