Social Stamping | April Kits – Parisian Blossoms

I’m starting to design the cards for my May card kits.  Thank you to everyone who purchased the supplies to turn the 5 kits into cards in April.

Be sure to subscribe to my blog so you don’t miss when I release the May kits.  These can be posted Australia wide and include all materials except sentiment stamping and adhesive. Perfect for some stress-free crafting, design/layout inspiration or a little mojo kick-start.

Two of the cards in April’s kits used the Parisian Blossoms DSP and Poppy Moments Dies.  These gorgeous products are available in the Jan-June Mini Catalogue, but some only until the 2nd June. All the DSP retires, so if you have a favourite, be sure to stock up before the new catalogue (and new DSP) starts on 3rd June.

It’s no secret that I love DSP and love using it on cards.  One of my favourite things to do to add an easy wow factor is to slice a larger piece into equal panels (usually 3).

Parisian Blossoms | kelly kent

The dimensions for the DSP on this card are 3-3/8″ x 2-3/4″ and cut across the 3-3/8″ side into three equal segments of 1-1/8″.

Parisian Blossoms | kelly kent

This card features a Sahara Sand base (one of my favourite Neutrals) and Petal Pink flowers with Champagne Foil accents.  The DSP colours are Petal Pink and Pool Party.

I’ve used the Happy Birthday sentiment from the Peaceful Moments stamp set, but as these kits do not include any stamping (to keep with Stampin’ Up! policy), you can choose your own sentiments – or leave them without.  You can also use your favourite way to stick things down!  This kit is flexible to how you craft and the type of cards you need.


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2 thoughts on “Social Stamping | April Kits – Parisian Blossoms

  1. Hello Kelly. I hope you and your family are doing well. Are you planning on updating the labels for the new in colors. Thank you. Sharon Hutchens.

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