The For Always Cardmaking Workshop Kit includes:
My Acrylix® For Always Cardmaking Workshop stamp set(C-size)
For Always B&T Duos® Papers (2 sheets)
Cardstock (4 sheets, various)
White Daisy Cards & Envelopes (15 each)
Purple Glitter Gems (72 pieces)
1/8″ Slate Satin Ribbon (5 yards)
Instructional Guide ($1.00)
Z 2105 Black Exclusive Inks Pad $5.25
Z2165 Juniper Exclusive Inks Pad $5.25
Z2173 Slate Exclusive Inks Pad $5.25
Z2147 Smokey Plum Exclusive Inks Pad $5.25
Z578 Corner Rounder $7.95
Y1000 1″ × 1″ My Acrylix Block $3.95
Y1006 3″ × 3″ My Acrylix Block $8.50
Y1010 2″ × 6 1/2″ My Acrylix Block $9.95
Z 1151 3-D Foam Tape $5.95
When you place an order of $50 or more, you get the Stamp of the Month set for only $5.
The Stamp of the Month is:
(February)Home Sweet Home
(March) Floral Happiness
*The Stamp of the Month may vary depending on your purchase date. If you order online, it will be the month in which you are purchasing. If you order by contacting me, it will be Floral Happiness.
The current Constant Campaign is:
(February) Studio J $5 Layouts
(March) Hostess Jump for Joy
*The Constant Campaign you qualify for may vary depending on your purchase date. If you order online, it will be the month in which you are purchasing. If you order by contacting me, it will be the March Special.
Below are my cards.
At first I was going to change up all the cards. I liked the layout but wasn’t sure about the colors and I use mostly birthday and anniversary cards. Then I went back and looked at them a second time and had a different perspective. Really, these cards can work for pretty much anything! So I kept them as is and then made one additional one of my own. I wasn’t sure about the Twilight color on the heart card but liked it in real life better than the picture. You can change up the colors on any of these cards to make them completely new and different like I did with the red heart card. There was enough papers to cut what I needed for 5 of these cards (in addition to the cards in the kit). I just needed card bases and I used Tulip Cardstock and Tulip Ink. Tulip is a retired color but you could use Ruby or Cranberry for the same look.