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Hi Everyone, I am sharing with you today a glimpse of the new kit from Stampin’ UP! – The Best Remedy for the Tech 4 Stampers Blog Hop! The theme this month is Kid cards. I love the bright and cheerful colors provided in this new kit. And, I think these little animals make it definitely kid friendly. And, as you go down I have 2 simply alternate cards for you to as well.

We are a group of Stampin’ Up!® Demonstrators from around the world that are growing together to build a successful Stampin’ Up!® business and reaching some goals we have set for ourselves. And, your support is to be celebrated.

You may be starting here or visiting from another blog – either way you can find the link list toward the bottom of this post so that you can see every blog post today. And my hope and dream is that you will be inspired by the creativity exhibited by this wonderful group of blog hop demonstrators.

Tech 4 Stampers Academy Blog Hop

The Best Remedy Kit is available through my Stampin’ Up! online store. The kits do not appear in the catalog and new kits have been announced about every month.

Kit’s are a great value, they range in cost from $19 – $23.50 and each kit is a little different, however there is generally a number of cards included usually about nine and nine matching envelopes. They include an exclusive photopolymer stamp set, a coordinating ink spot and a clear block. And, a full color illustration of instructions. Here are images of what is included in this kit.

I loved this kit so much I created a couple of alternate cards I created using a few of the exclusive stamps, ink spot and embellishments that come in the kit, plus additional card stock.

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The card above is using Polished Pink cardstock for the base (4.25″ x 11″) and then I used one of the card bases in the kit with the stripes to add a layer it is (4.25″ x 2″), I stamped the skunk image on a piece of Basic White cardstock and framed it with Pool Party (size is roughly 3″ x 3.25″) and I popped it up with Dimensionals. Then I added a few of the sequin and flower embellishments that came in the kit. Very cute and simple card to duplicate.

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So last but not least, my favorite of them all is the card above. I started with an Orchid Oasis card base (11″ x 4.25″). Then, added a Basic White panel (4″ x 5.25″) to layer onto the card base. Sentiment was also stamped in Starry Sky on Basic White card base. Next, cut 1/2″ strips of cardstock in Granny Apple Green, Pool Party, Orchid Oasis and Polished Pink and weave them to make a sort of colorful background (I was thinking of this as a blanket or quilt), then I stamped the skunk image on Basic White (approximate size 3″ x 3.25″) using the ink spot from the kit (Starry Sky) and then framed it in Orchid Oasis and added it with Dimensionals. Although the strips of paper are tedious, this is a really simple card to duplicate.

Now it is time for you to hop around and give all these marvelously creative some love and leave them a comment. Everyone works really hard and getting feed back is so so appreciated! I hope you have fun and find some really great kid card inspiration.

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