My name is Debbie and I am addicted to making things
*welcome Debbie, you are in good company*
I know most of you love crafting too so when I was offered the opportunity to review the new Oh Happy Day card Kit from Stampin’ Up! I jumped at the chance. Having used many Stampin’ Up! products in the past I was excited to see what was involved in the kit.
Being short on time now means I don’t get much chance to sit down and craft so craft kits are a life savour with regards to making homemade cards and projects.
Within the kit there is:
* Set of 13 photopolymer stamps
* 20 card bases and coordinating envelopes
* Giftable kraft box
* Die-cut glittered chipboard shapes
* Embossed sheets
* Printed die-cut images
* Die-cut gold foil sheet
* Die-cut white sheets
* Basic Black Archival Stampin’ Spot
* Printed colour doilies
* Baker’s Twine
* Glittered dots
* Stampin’ Dimensionals
* Acrylic stamp block
I took the kit through to my mums as I tend to stay there the night before one of her fairs. Everything was packed and ready to be made, unfortunately i forgot the double sided sticky tape so i packed each card with its pieces needed for completion and popped them in their envelopes ready to be put together once i got home.
Once I was home it was so simple to take each one out of the envelope and put it together and stamp the sentiments on each star/heart/etc.
Stamp and stick—that’s all it takes to create stack of all-occasion cards. Make one card when you need it, or make them all and use them later. Folded card size: 4″ x 3-1/2″, 3″ x 3″, 5″ x 3-1/2″,
5-1/2″ x 4-1/4″ (10.2 x 8.9 cm, 7.6 x 7.6 cm,
12.7 x 8.9 cm, 14 x 10.8 cm). Adhesive sold separately. Instructions included.
Each card and each step is numbered so it is super easy to follow and the only things you need to add to the kit are glue and raised sticky pads. So easy to make and so quick too which is fabulous for me being short on time!
Priced at £31.50 which works out at just over £1 per card. I think this is fabulous value for handmade!
I was sent this kit for purposes of this review. All opinions are my own and genuine.