All the supplies for this card came with the kit. (You can find the supply list on the 12 Kits Blog here.) I colored them to match our family, including favorite colors except for my husband, who shares the same favorite color as my son. I'm pretty excited to give this as a Christmas thank you.
I was enjoying using my SU! watercolor crayons, so for my next card I used them again to color a sentiment in the kit from Paper Smooches' Chit Chat stamp set.
Okay, so after making this card I totally switched gears. The black, white, and gold papers and the die cuts in this kit were so great, that I knew they'd make for some quick and easy thank you cards. These next few cards came together in a snap. The first one uses a sentiment Jessica had gold embossed from MFT's Kind Thanks.
Okay, bear with me on this next one. It is as simple as it comes, but so much prettier in real life. The gold foil paper is beautiful, but boy is it hard to photograph!
Don't you just love this script thank you that Jessica cut on her silhouette?
Next up is probably my favorite card that I made, using one of my very favorite papers in the kit. I think I'd like it as a pillow. :) Anyway, I didn't want to cover much of it up, so I simply placed a vellum rectangle behind "thanks", which I die cut with Concord & 9th's Thanks Card Die.
I used another one of my favorite papers on my last card. I just love the gold foil dots mixed into the pattern.
I used vellum again to back my sentiment and layered a few leaves cut with PTI's Turning a New Leaf dies. Turning a New Leaf is one of my very oldest stamp/die purchases, but it is something I still turn to again and again.
PS I'm excited to be linking today's cards up to the Simon Says "Anything Goes" Wednesday Challenge.
I'm sure hoping I can finish the rest of the cards I started with this awesome kit, but I'm thrilled to have finished all these thank you cards. We have a lot of family we need to be thanking after Christmas. Make sure you head to the 12 Kits of Occasions, so you can see my fabulous teammates cards. One thing about being late to get this up is that I've already seen the amazing projects they have created, and you definitely don't want to miss out. I appreciate you stopping by today. I hope that you all have a wonderful and safe New Year's Eve, and that the New Year brings much happiness to you!