Mar 21, 2017

Stampin'Up! Product Review: Birthday Brights Kit Day 1

Hello my friends,

I am peeking in to say hello and show you a few cards we made this last Saturday.
Class went so beautifully.
I love each of the ladies that came and we enjoyed a sweet time stamping together.
Moments like these fuel me and refresh me.



This card was designed with the newest kit from Stampin'Up! Birthday BrightsThis kit has wonderful wonderful colors and is absolutely a happy one. 

It brings materials for 12 cards with envelopes and 12 tags too!
During these 3 days I will share my review and alternates with the extras for your benefit.

These enamel shapes are super sweet! 

This card comes with an extra sheet of card stock to stamp those banners on but oops I didn'trealize and stamped right through to the inside. :)  My friends did it right thou. Hehe!

This card gives you an extra die cut of the cake (below) that you pop out. So I came up with an idea for it.
All materials for this card are below. Gotta say I LOVE my new Banner Thinlits, I've been wanting those forever and was finally able to get them.

SUPER COOL TIP!
Check this out! Do you see the candles on the cake?
The coordinating stamp for Birthday Brights comes with a teeny image to stamp the candles on these. 
Super cute! Love when things coordinate so well.

Can you spot the Silver Foil as one of the layers?
It adds so much shimmer. Also, I used a metallic Sharpie to color the base for the cake. Ingenious eh!?

Last but not least, whipped some cute tags for any upcoming little gifts. Need to make something cute for these. Oooh, what about a Curvy Box! Hmmm...to be made indeed!

This card is fairly simple to make. 
I gave a few tips to my ladies on Saturday on how to make this kit work easier. 


BEFORE WE STARTED,

1. I know this is scary but you will be grateful you did.
Cut your instructions to were you can see the instructions AND the project photos at the same time. It worked wonder. Then mark your projects (you can see I did with a pink Sharpie as 1, 2 ,3, etc.

2. We placed all the materials for one card in one of the envelopes. We punched out the die cuts, place card bases and everything together. Then repeat for all projects. For the tags we placed each tag materials in small ziplock bags. No confusion! 

3. Have a fun paper plate by your side to put items you will use in several cards. For example, place the twine, the long dimensional, the confetti, the scissors, a ruler (to measure your twine) and your adhesive of choice. This will be also a perfect place to put your die cuts not in use while you craft.

4. Have fun! It was truly a good time! We started at 10AM and we were done at 1PM, we talked and laughed and had snacks too, so that took some of our time.

Come back tomorrow for more reviews on the cards we made and some more alternates! 

This Celebrate card was a 10/10
Easy to make, colorful and pretty! 

I am so thankful you stopped by today.
If you want any of these products please visit my store here and use March hostess code 4T2HKHBW

Creative Blessings,

Jessica Cruz de Urrutia
Stampin’Up! Independent Demonstrator since 2010
Lewisburg, PA (hablo Español)

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2 comments:

  1. Jessica, I'm so glad you had such a wonderful class on Saturday with your ladies and that it was an encouragement to you. I'm sure they had a grand time making these adorable cards.

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    1. Tx Ü Rita!! You are such a blessing to me! We all enjoyed a beautiful peaceful time and finished this awesome kit. I recommend it. Is fun and easy, fantastic product! Love ya!

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