It's no secret the the Bluegrass Farm card kit is one of my favorite of all time. Here are some projects I made using the kits:
I talked about using letterpress inks with my stamps in this post & the card above is an example of that. I love the gorgeous, bold colors & the blendable shades that you can achieve with this type of ink. A little ink goes a long way & I had a little leftover green after stamping the stems. Instead of wasting the ink, I decided to roll it out (with a brayer) onto a scrap piece of cardstock. It ended up coming in really handy!
I used the new Wonky Diamond craft die with the inked cardstock to make the berry basket above.
For the card above, I used the same stamps but with the new Color Theory ink pads. If you can snag the new Fruit Punch craft dies, I think you'll really love them. They coordinate perfectly with the stamp set in the card kit & make layered cards so easy!
I cut strips of the woodgrain patterned paper from the card kit to make a crate for the fruit to sit in.
I designed some free cut files that you can use with your Silhouette for these next cards. If you don't have a Silhouette, I included PDF files so that you can print them out & create your own pattern to hand-cut.
The tiny clothespins in the card above are from the Clarabelle card kit add-on. They're just the perfect size for hanging these baby goodies on the line!
There are so many great new digital projects in the shop right now! I used this cut file set by In a Creative Bubble for the card above along with the Wonky Hearts die to create the felt heart center. (The Wonky Hearts die coordinates with the Clarabelle stamp set.)
There's also a really cool stamp set/craft die combo called Buttercup that was designed by JJ Bolton. I used it on several of my projects. It comes with cool frames, paint splatters, stars... need I say more?
Here's a card I made using the set:
And finally, here is another project I made using a letterpress inked background. The blue panel started out as plain white cardstock. I love how rich the color became! I heat embossed my images & sentiment over the top of it & then added some hand stitching.
If you would like specific links to the products I used on each card above, you can find my Studio Calico gallery here.
I hope you are able to snag some kits this month! I know you're going to love them!