Back in Stock - Spellbinders Happy Place Project Kit
Sep 7, 2020 | By: Lea Lawson
Happy Labor Day, crafty friends! I hope you are having a restful day so far. I wanted to create a quick post to share this card set that I made earlier this summer. It has quite a story to go along with it, so here we go. Spellbinders asked me to create a video with this project kit in May. Then there were some production delays, so we put creating with it on hold. Then we got the go ahead again, and I created/filmed my projects. We ended up having a couple family things come up, and headed to Montana a week early. I photographed the cards before we left, and I had my laptop with me in order to upload the video footage and get it edited. Well, when I did that....a quarter of the videos were corrupt. Nothing I could do about it, because I didn't bring these products along with me to Montana. Got home & re-recorded the content that was corrupt. I edited and did the video voice over....by then, this kit was sold out. Sigh.
My friends at Spellbinders were so understanding, and let me know that they were actually planning on re-stocking this kit, and that they would share the video when the Happy Place project kit was officially back in stock. And friends...today is that day! Woot woot! Here is my video that is on the Spellbinders YouTube channel.
While there are definitely some summery things in the kit, there are also so many great items that you can use year round! And for those of you holding on to these final days of summer with all your might....this is a great kit for you! Lol!
HAPPY PLACE CARD SET
I also used some other products on my cards that they sent along with the kit as add-ons. You will find everything that I've used on this card below, plus you can find my list of tools, etc., at the end of this post. Thank you so much for clicking on my links and shopping from them, as they provide me with a small amount of compensation at no cost to you. I genuinely appreciate your support!
You can see how these cards come together on the video, but here is a little overview of the different products used. For this first card I stamped & heat embossed the Kaleidoscope Art stamp set to water friendly paper in gold. I gave it a good water wash, then dropped Turbo Teal & Watermelon Fusion liquid color to it. I lightly spritzed with a spray bottle, then used a brush to move the colors around. I added shimmer to it with Sparkle Silk. I stamped the sentiment from Share Your Smile in Black Licorice, then trimmed into a banner. I adhered it over a knot of gold thread with foam tape. Then accented with Rainbow Drops & Splash Zone sequins to finish.
That is my card set today! You will notice that many of the products are available by themselves, but you do get a significant discount by purchasing the Happy Place project kit. So definitely keep that in mind. If you have any questions about my cards, leave them in the comments and I will be sure to reply.
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