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Friday, October 31, 2008

The new kits are here!

Paper Garden Projects is offering 3 new Limited Edition kits - each with its own little personality!

The Homemade Holiday kit provides all the supplies you need to make and package many wonderful homemade gifts.  In addition to stamps, papers and embellishments, the kit  includes all kinds of clever packaging for you to embellish.    You can see the kit HERE.

If you are like me and like to give homemade gifts to acknowledge friends, teachers, bus drivers, Girl Scout leaders and the like; you may want to check this kit out.  It will give you many options for creating gifts.  I'll be sharing ideas on how to use the kit in the upcoming week.

Remember the fun and excitement of a "Snow Day" out of school?  The Winter Wonderland kit contains whimsical stamps that capture all that fun!  Along with glitzy papers, icy embellishments and frosty glitter, you get a puffy velvet pen to make your own snow.   You can see the kit HERE.

This kit includes project samples, instructions and templates from the wonderfully talented Mel from Mel Stampz.  Keep an eye on her blog to see tutorials of all her amazing projects.

Last but not least is the cute and quirky "Gnome for the Holidays" kit.  A beautiful color palette and lots of glitter and glitz make this kit shine. Invite these gentlemen into your home and they'll be thrilled to help you "be merry".  You can see the whole kit HERE.

This kit includes project samples and instructions from the amazing Tracy from Durcan Designs. Her crisp clean style just shines with this kit!  You can see more of the projects on Tracy's blog.

So there they are - I hope you like 'em.  I can't wait to share some of my projects with you.  They were so fun to make!


Anonymous said...

Love, love, love all these kits!! :)

The Johnsons said...

I love that giftbox!!!! BTW, this is tiffany (tiffguam)!

Mich said...

What a great kits !! It's a pity you don't find those things in Belgium or Sweden ... But I will be enjoying the things you are making ;-))

Just like you, I love to make homemade presents, and I just started to make a calender for next year for my mum.

I will be checking out what you will make more in the future !!