Monday, January 29, 2018

Love Notes Valentine Kit

Hi Friends,

Last week I received this Love Notes Valentine Kit  by Dadarkar Arts. And I was awe stuck ! It is a humongous...:O  and very thoughtfully put together kit. It has plenty of really good quality double sided pattern papers, sticker sheet, stamp sets, inks, card stock and much more. You can check the things included in it on their site.   There are so many things you can do with it. But unfortunately i got it too late so i couldn't make everything I wanted to.

I am sharing all the projects I manged to make and ideas of what else I wanted to make. I tried to use all the supply from the kit only except dies.

I will start with the cards.


I have used Art Impression stamp, colored with copics, matted with pattern paper and mounted on red cs from the kit.


This one was very quick to put together. I cut one of the printed card from pattern paper and made a shaker card using shaker mix from the kit.



I just love the color of this cs. I die cut a heart from a printed pattern and mounted it with 3d tape on slightly misted with clear shimmer card base. Embossed sentiment in white and created line texture using score board.  There are 2 sheets of these speech bubble pattern with lots of valentine related words and images. I fussy cut one of them and mounted on red speech bubble die cut. Used button and bling to embellish the card.

  



Here, I have used image from Art Impression and sentiment from Hampton Art stamp set. This is the perfect example how you can mix and match the supply from kit....possibilities are endless. I could have made many more cards but wanted to try something different. 



Next project is a mini book with 8 tags and pockets created using single sheet of 12x12 pattern paper. Totally out of my comfort zone but I love to challenge myself plus it is a perfect project to showcase this beautiful, double sided paper. 
The book measures 3x4 inches and has 8 pockets and tags (2.5 x 3.5 inches).


for the focal point, I have used one of the sticker matted with golden mirror cs.







I also stamped each tag with Versacolor inks from the kit. To make it little more interesting I used 'Heart' shape insted of word 'Love' .  Honestly, I love love love this. It looks so cute and has enough space to write tons of messages and tiny pictures.

The last project/s are just adorable and literally out of the box. I made 6 match box cards.... ha...ha are you shocked? Yes, i did and they are adorable. 


Don't you love them? 
I used speech bubbles and sticker sheets for sentiments. Deciding on outside sentiments and inside elements was the toughest part as I wanted a kind of continuation form outside to inside. They measure 2.75" x 2.2 "

 U is a die cut .






Fill it with small candies.




 



 




These make cute valentines for kids too!

Other things which can be made using this kit

- Scrapbook/lay out
- Shaker jar tags
- explosion boxes
- pop up box card would be great
- Mini 3x3 inches note card with envelope (card can have any sticker as focal point and tiny envelopes will look cute with these double sided papers)

There are endless possibilities with this generous kit. I hope I inspired you to give the kit a try.  Please feel free to ask if you have any queries. Thank you so much for being here. Have a great day!
















16 comments:

  1. Loved each n every creations ..just awesome 😍

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  2. Surprised yes very much !! Firstly for extensive use of pattern paper then a mini book and if that was not enough matchbox cards !!All if them used so beautifully , utilizing the pps, designs and stamps to its full potential :)

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    1. Pooja, you know me so well...:) Thank you so much for always being so supportive! Hugs!

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  3. All the cards, the book and the match box cards are just awsome.Adorable valentine stuff....

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  4. You are so awesome Neha !! lovely creations !!

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  5. Gosh!! Very Well thought and executed!!! None can showcase any products like you!! You just rocked this post, Neha :) Absolutely loved the variety you offered here...There is SO much to learn from you...Am in love with your Creativity :)

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    1. OMG! so much love! I am grateful to have a friend like you! Had to think out of the box to do justice to those pretty papers!

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  6. Oh my, how many wonderful creations!! So fun, cute and lovely! You are so inspiring!

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  7. So many FABULOUS projects!! I adore those little boxes you created!! They are AMAZING!!

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    1. I love them too...thank you so much!

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