June’s members kit is an animated card design. I’ve included material suggestions and links below.
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So, sadly both Ian and I have been out of commission for most of the month due to the dreaded Covid. While Ian has bounced back, its a bit of a longer path for me. Grateful for the vaccine, otherwise I would have been in a much worse position. With that in mind, I had literally started designing this month’s kit when the bug struck. The DT have stepped in and will be showcasing some different ways of using the files.
June’s kit is all about movement – its a nice easy one to get started with. You can make it as detailed or as simple as you like. This one works with all of our paper stash so it needs paper and card and works great with prints and topper designs. See the bottom of this article for some suggestions of supplies.
If you are already a subscribing member, you can download the kit now from our member group on Facebook or via the CF Fans page. To join as a new subscriber, sign up through our sales portal or via CF Fans.
Hopefully, live classes will resume to normal shortly and we’ll catch up with member exclusive classes too.
Here are a few suggestions for materials you could use. I used The Magical Forest collection by Paper Boutique; this can be a little harder to source as its retired so here are some alternatives instead.
Firstly, The Magical Forest collection is available on USB for those of you with a good quality printer. The cheapest price at time of posting is via Amazon.
Other collections are available from Paper Boutique but also from other designers too. Here’s a few suggestions:
Craft Sensations journalling and ephemera pads are filled with card and paper that would be great for this project. These are available from The Range and are a great price point for entry. There is also a Christmas range that would work great from the same designer.
The Reminisce paper collections, available from Amazon, often have cut apart as part of their pads. These collections have a wide range of themes.
You can also get complete collections from Paper Boutique either via their website or from CraftStash. I’ve linked one of the new style collections that include both paper and card elements as well as decorative additions such as sequins and/or gems.