Friday, April 26, 2019

Scrapping for Less April 2019 Kit


Hello crafty friends! I'm excited to share with you the latest Scrapping for Less kit of the month. I am a big fan of Scrapping for Less kits and I'm always able to make a bunch of cards with their kits. This month's spring critters theme was fun to play with. Be sure to participate in the full hop for your chance to win! Next up in the hop is at the bottom of the post.


Message from Scrapping for Less: Spring is Here! Finally! I know some of you in the northern states and other parts of the world may not be experiencing warm weather, so you can pretend with these beautiful stamps and spring papers. Our April Flavor of the Month kit is all about "Spring Critters" cute ones at that! So hop on along and get inspired to make some spring cards with this adorable kit. Head to the brand new website's Subscription page and see what we have to offer this month. Make sure to check out our Blog Hop so you can join in our Rafflecopter. All winners are announced each month in the Teresa Talks post on the blog on the first of the month.


Check out the video for the most details or keep scrolling for still pictures and quick tips. 


I have 10 cards to share with you today. Most of them used the sketches included and I did focus on the main kit as opposed to the Banana Split level so that the ideas would be helpful to everyone picking up a kit. 


These ducks were just too cute. I based my choice of Copic marker colors on the coordinating patterned papers within each mini kit. 


Copic colors used:
Duck: Y11, 13, 15; V12, 15, 17; YG11, 13, 17; YR 14, 16
Bees and Hive: Y 11, 13, 15; C00, 1, 7, 9
Birds: B 34, 37, 39; R 35, 37, 39


I often hesitate to cut up those gorgeous full sheets of cardstock just to us tiny slivers on cards but I'm happy with the results and felt it was necessary to make some of the sketches work with the patterned paper. 


Which do you like better the frog or the ducks? The frog was a bit faster to color and those cute little flower sequins add a great finishing touch.


The words on the patterned paper made for some easy quick cards and these were in fact some of the first I made to get the creative juices flowing. 


Loved the pretty detail of these wooden butterflies!


The original stamp set had tails on these birds but when I accidentally tore one off I realized I liked the look better anyway and cut off the other tail. 


I hope you've gotten some inspiration from my cards and enjoy checking out the rest of the hop! Next up in the hop is the talented Kristina!


6 comments :

  1. Wow all your cards are so cute. And your like super card maker with all your creations! I have to say I'm really crazy about that duck card with the striped paper. I have been saying I love this collection the best based on all the plaid patterns. But I really like your stripe one. I normally don't like using stripe paper as the main pattern on a project. But yours is simply beautiful. And the colors you used on your ducky are wonderful too. Everything about this card is so sweet...my favorite of yours by far.

    Thanks for sharing ....Mary T.

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  2. your paper layering is AMAZING! I love how you used all the patterns! Such gorgeous cards!

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  3. I love the variety of all your sweet cards! Thanks for sharing!!

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  4. Wow, all of your cards are so much fun!!! It looks like you had a great time creating them too. I love your choices of colors, so bright and springy! Beautiful work!

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  5. Love the layering and dimension on each of your sweet cards! Fun details!

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  6. These are wonderful cards. Thanks for sharing!

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