Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Oh so posh!

What has come OVER me!? Blogging almost every day lately! It probably has something to do with dreary weather, and a sick kiddo. We've been laying low and hanging out the past few days. One thing I REALLY want to share with you is the January Posh Paper kit from Discount Cardstock. People, SERIOUSLY, I love this company. I am so happy to be working with them, and I would be singing their praises even if I wasn't working with them! They have a GREAT selection of cardstock. Their prices are great, and the product comes packaged so safely and snugly - no crumbled corners or damaged pieces when it arrives in the mail. And the ribbon and goodies that come with the kit are so much fun. I think the ribbon is my favorite. It's really fun to have a selection of ribbon to play with, without having to buy a whole roll of something. There's 1 yard of each, in the kit - enough to make at least a couple of cards with each ribbon!

Below, are two cards I made with this month's kit. I used some BoBunny patterned paper, also available from Discount Cardstock - it works perfectly with the kit papers and embellies. I also used some of my own stamps - from Papertrey Ink, and Close To My Heart. There is so much versatility with a cardstock kit - add your own stamps, and patterned papers - or use only what's in the kit. The possibilities are endless. It's also a great way to get a sampling of different cardstocks, (and then you fall in love with them, and have to order entire packages of it!!!! I promise that will happen with the dotted swiss!)

I'm sorry for rambling on and on about this kit! It's just a great kit every month, and definitely worth the investment! I hope you'll check out the January Posh Paper kit, on the Discount Cardstock website.


JoAnn said...

Very nice cards. I like this kit. Thanks for sharing.

Patchi said...

A cardstock kit was exactly what I was looking for last month. I'll definitely keep this in mind!

ppnwc said...

I'm absolutely positive that your beautiful cards are a direct offshoot of the time creatively spent on the yearbook staff in high school! Beautiful! The Stick

Laura said...

Call me sentimental, but I got a little teary to see your comment here all the sudden, Mrs. S! I've missed you! I am off to stalk you now. . .I see you have a BLOG! Look at you! XOXO