Valentine's Day Kit

Paper Craft Planet is offering a F-A-B-U-L-O-U-S Valentine’s Day Kit that is all about covering your bases. You get four different, gorgeous cards that will work for anyone in your life -- a significant other, a child, a teacher... anyone! They even threw in a couple of quick and easy candy boxes, including Hershey Nugget labels, and two treat bags for those last minute gifts. All you need to complete this kit is white cardstock, a color printer, scissors and adhesive (pop dots optional). You're welcome to dive into your ribbon and button stash or leave the cards "as is". You do NOT need Photoshop or any other fancy program. The entire kit is a pdf file that will open up with Adobe Reader (which you probably already have on your computer.)

“Hybrid” is just a word that means “computer meets traditional tape and paper crafting.” That’s what you’re doing here -- harnessing your most powerful crafting tool (your computer) and using it to simplify your paper crafting. The best part is that you’ll never run out of these cards -- you can print 20 treat bags for the cost of just your printer ink and paper.

Susanna Boyd and Jen Tapler created some printable pages that you can use to recreate the cards with very few additional supplies. If you want to dress them up, we’ve given you some ideas there too. All you have to do is hit “print”, cut out the embellishments, add some tape and you’re done. You can look like a superstar in under 15 minutes.  Guess how much all of this costs?  Nope!  Not that much...Just $5.00.  That's right...The kit is only $5.00.  Holy Moly!  Endless printing for just a bill with Lincoln on it.  Even honest Abe would say that is a deal...LOL!

Just click here to buy this won't be sorry!

I needed some quick cards for the teachers at school, so I got this kit and was so happy with the quality and the designs.  Below are three of the four cards and the pizza box.  I didn't have any nuggest to fill the pizza box yet.  I printed the nugget labels to show you how they will look printed on office labels.  All I have to do is peel them off the sheet and adhere them to the nuggets.  Looks like I have to make a trip to the store for some nuggets!

Aren't the colors vibrant?  All from my computer and printer!  I popped the hearts with pop dots.  I didn't add any other embellishments, because I wanted to show you what the cards will look like just from the printer.

Okay, we aren't giving this to a teacher!  I guess my DH will get another card this year...LOL!

This is really cool, because you can see the striped paper when the card is closed.  Jen Tapler and Susanna Boyd really outdid themselves with this kit.  Love it!

Inside of the card above!

Here is the cutest little pizza box you can put chocolate nuggets in for your Valentine.  I posted a video in January on how to make a candy box and here is another option.  Let me tell ya...this one is waaaay easier.  Just print the cute paper on one side of your cardstock and the cutting diagram on the other side.  You get two boxes on one piece of cardstock.  I am going to use this one for a PTA member, who is organizing the Valentine Day parties at Tate's school, as a thank you.

This pizza box meaures 3 1/4" x 3 1/4".  Just so darn cute!

Here are the labels for the chocolate nuggets.  Thirty labels on one page.  I printed mine on the office labels 1" x 2 5/8".  You can print them on cardstock and cut them out, if you don't have office labels.  Jen and Susanna gave you that option too!  They thought of everything!

Okay, don't delay click on the link above and get crafty!

Happy Stamping!

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Lynn Mercurio said...

This is FANTASTIC Kim!

Connie said...

Wow! Incredibel deal and so very cute.

Adela said...

Looking good, Kim!

Jeanne said...

Very nice, Kim! That is a great deal. I have to confess that I worry how much ink I will use when I print off this type of project...I will definitely think about this one, though! Thanks for sharing!

Tammy Hershberger said...

You really got vibrant colors on yours, Kim! They look fabulous!

Barb W said...

How FUN is this?!! I love digital cards and these are very pretty!

LMcBurney said...

Neat digital cards. I think that I will give it a whirl! Thanks for the info. I love reading your down to earth comments and seeing your great projects.

Maria said...

Wow, your projects turned out fabulous, Kim!! I'm lovin' the box and all the pretty cards!! I really need to catch up on my Valentines card. . .darn, it's almost Valentines already. Time is just flying!! Thank you for sharing the link. . .I'll stop by and take a look at it!!