Hi stamping friends and welcome back. My Simon Says Stamp – Gnome for the Holidays Card Kit arrived the other day and I couldn’t wait to dive in. It has the cutest patterned paper and this adorable Lil Gnome die that I just can’t get enough of.
Isn’t he the cutest thing ever? There is an outline die and a detailed die, so you cut the outline die for the base, then cut small pieces of patterned paper to create the elements and glue them on top. The kit comes with 12 sheets of the Photoplay Kringle and Co Buffalo Plaid designed paper and as you need just over 1-1/2″ square of each piece, you can make a whole flock of gnomes for your card giving. I would however recommend ordering a second pack of paper because it also makes FABULOUS backgrounds for your little gnomies!
The Gnome for the Holidays 6 x 8 inch stamp set has those great stick trees and snowflake stamps that I put into the background along with a HUGE selection of fun sentiments, and more gnomes and dancing trees. Who doesn’t want a dancing tree on their Christmas card right? (stay tuned haha).
The kit also contains a blending brush, card stock, envelopes, some wobbles (a little spring doohicky to make your gnomes dance), and a cute stencil to create a little house for your gnomes.
This is the first of a few cards I’ll be sharing over the coming days so stay tuned.
The Simon says Stamp – Gnome for the Holidays card kit is an outstanding value at $34.99 . It’s selling fast so grab it soon. You can also purchase the items separately but at regular prices.
The kits are by far the best deal and if you want an even bigger discount, sign up for the MONTHLY CARD KITS at $29.99 plus postage, this way you are guaranteed a kit each month.
Thanks so much for visiting me today and I hope you enjoyed the project. I’ve listed the products I used below. Clicking on the image will take you directly to the product. Where available I use compensated affiliate links which means if you make a purchase through my link, I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thank you so very much for your support, it helps to keep my blog and YouTube channel running and I truly appreciate it.
I’m also very excited to share that I surpassed the 200 mark in my Free Tutorial Gallery last week, whoo hoo – so check it out for more creative fun. The tutorials give you a photo of the card, a list of supplies, measurements for cutting the card stock and bullet point instructions. – CLICK HERE