Of all the paper crafting activities, I most enjoy designing and making cards. I don’t make a lot of 3-D projects, and I mostly stay away from home decor (no judgement against those types of projects – they just aren’t typically “my thing”). I enjoy completing some of Stampin’ Up!’s project kits and Paper Pumpkin kits, but I live for making cards.
This past weekend, I pulled up to my craft table to complete the Oh What Fun Tag Project Kit in preparation for a class. The name says it all – oh, what fun! I really enjoyed following along with the directions on this one – no added flair, no changes to the original designs. I am so pleased with the collection of tags that resulted from my efforts. Oh what fun!
Here’s a peek at what you get with the Oh What Fun Project Kit:
The kit coordinates with this stamp set (not included with the kit):
And here’s what you have when you are done – you end up with THREE of each of these tags. That’s a total of 30 tags!
If that’s not enough to convince you that you need this kit, my Mom gives the Oh What Fun Tag Project Kit her official seal of approval. When she spent some time with my niece and nephews this past week, she packed up an Oh What Fun Tags Project Kit and took it along with her. They all had a lot of fun putting the kit together.
Sophie (9 years old) really enjoyed assembling the tags:
The pictures in the instructions showed them the templates they needed to complete the projects. Kellett really enjoyed punching out the tags and finding the matching pieces that coordinated with the pictures:
I also put this kit together over the weekend in preparation for a class with one of my local stamp groups. My work space didn’t look nearly as tidy as the one Sophie, Marshall and Kellett used:
I even buckled down and handled the glittery snowflakes that come with the kit. I don’t exaggerate when I say these things are CAKED with glitter. A total nightmare – but they are really beautiful. I managed to get through it unscathed.
I am sharing more about this AWESOME Project Kit tomorrow. I completed the project with 10 members of my local stamp group – I’m sharing pictures from that event, tips on ways to administer this kind of kit to a large group of people and advice on the right adhesives to use for all the great items included in the kit. Yippee!
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