12 Kits of Christmas {May}

Thursday, May 31, 2012



This month's kit comes from Joyce.  She had such a great idea to make a kit full of not Christmas, but Hanukkah supplies.  We all loved her idea and Suzanne even made a special graphic for this month's twist.



I just loved this printable paper that Joyce included. 
The pattern and colors are just so cool!



I had hoped to make so much more with this kit before today.  Where did the time go??  At least when I see what all of the other ladies have made with their kits I'll still have enough supplies to copy them;)



Cardstock: PTI White, Enchanted Evening, Spring Rain, Digital Paper from Etsy shop
Stamps: PTI Mazel Tov, Impression Obsession Jewish Greetings
Ink: PTI Enchanted Evening, Harvest Gold
Dies: PTI Favor It #3, Double Ended Banner, Fillable Frames #10, Memory Box Whimsy Circle
Other: PTI Buttons, Ribbon

16 comments :

  1. Your card and box are just great. I love how you used the patterned paper, and they really look like a set that goes together. Great idea to use just half of the die like that--it reminds me of a sunburst, and now I won't be thinking about why I don't have a sunburst stamp.

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  2. that paper is so fun! love your set.

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  3. Love them!!
    Really loving how you cut the medallion...
    it looks so amazing like that...
    glad I saved mine! ;)
    And the box and card coordinate for the perfect set...
    love it!! :)
    Amazing as always!! :)

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  4. I love the two fun project you created!

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  5. With two great projects Kata, why are my eyes so drawn to the pinked edges on your yellow ribbon? LOL, such a simple, cute touch that makes your little favor it box really stand out. I love the card you made too with half of the floral die cut peeking out behind the patterned paper. Joyce is right, it does remind me of a sunburst!

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  6. Kara, so elegant and I love how both your card and treat holder are coordinated, so sweet! The way you used that sunburst, (as Cathy calls it and I have no clue what it is really named) is perfect and with only showing half you can still use what is left, I love that idea! But my favorite thing about your post is the little fussy cut toy (don't know the name of that either), so sweet and a great addition to your treat holder.

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  7. Your card and box are just fabulous Kara. Wasn't Joyce so smart to create this kit. I love the colours and that paper is fantastic.

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  8. Fabulous, Kara! I love how you coordinated your card & treat box! Joyce's patterned paper was really wonderful. I didn't notice the pinked edges on the ribbon at first but that is such a great idea. And love how you used the Whimsy die. It really does give the effect of a sunburst!

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  9. Really pretty projects, Kara! How could any of us go wrong with this wonderful kit! Beautiful!

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  10. So pretty Kara! Love that little fussy cut dreidel! And it's great how you tucked that spiral die cut behind the panel! TFS!

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  11. Love your beautiful gift box and card! So beautiful!!!!!

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  12. Kara, the card is fabulous! I love the "sunburst" or "flower" peeking out behind the layering, and the cute yellow button on the tag! And then what a great idea to cut the dreidel out to add some pizzaz to the framed sentiment...you did awesome this month :)

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  13. I totally agree with the other gals....that flourishy sun is perfect done this way! I love how you've used it here! Looks like we were on the same page when it came to projects for our posts! :)

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  14. I LOVE how you used the doily die tucked behind the banner! What a cute little treat box, too--I can't wait to do something similar with my leftovers!

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  15. Yep, just as Christina said - hiding that doily is awesome! I love the box too, Kara!

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  16. Kara I LOVE what you did with the kit! I really love that you girls switched it up this month too! Such a FUN idea!!
    Have a GREAT Day!!

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