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SBC August Card Kit Blog Hop




It is our monthly card kit reveal time. Scrapbook Blessings Club is joining up with Scrapping For Less, and we are bringing you affordable Mini CARD KITS!!! 

Here is a quick peak of this months kit


Check out the DT inspiration  
  


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It is perfect for all levels of scrapbookers! So whether you are a newbie or an experience scrapper, these kits has everything you'll need to create fast and easy projects. All you need to do is get out your scissors, paper trimmer and adhesive.

Why card kits? A couple reasons, one is getting fabulous papers and embellishments from popular Scrapbooking Companies, without buy a ton that you never use and letting it all just sit in the drawer.

  The second is cost. I am a frugal scrapbooker and affordability is always high on my list.  It is not always easy to spend $30- $50 on a kit. 
Our kits will be $15.00 which INCLUDES shipping!

And lastly is convenience, with these kits, there is no guess work in getting papers to coordinate along with embellishments and fabrics, etc.

 Who doesn't love fun and affordable--papers, flowers, chalk inks, brads, chalkboard, stamps, buttons.. more!! Every month you get something a little different! 


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Now for the most important detail...What is August's Card Kit and how do you get it?!?!
  • Check out the Card Kit video (above) plus many inspiration pieces made by the SBC DT!
  • To purchase your card kit, you can click below to place your order. 
$15.00 includes shipping
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.573346762764426&type=1

August Card Kit


  • Don't want to be bothered with ordering each time? Do you want to make sure you get your kits mailed out on the 2nd of each month? Then try our pre-paid auto ship program for 3 months at a time. You will be sent an invoice for your 3 month subscription as well as the shipping so you can get your kits right away! Total for 3 month subscription only 45.00!
 If you leave a comment on each blog and come back here letting me know, you will be entered in the random drawing for one August Card Kit prize.

Blog List:
Sandy- A Working Mom's Joy------ Next
Marilyn - Marilyn's Crafts
Brenda - Disney Girl
Teresa-Fresh and Renewed
Cindy - In Love with PAPER

Did you join the hop and leave your comments? Come back here and let us know!
ScrapBook Blessings Club
WINNER WILL BE PICKED AND POSTED ON AUG. 4TH!

Hope you have a blessed day and thanks for stopping by,
  Scrapbook Blessings Club

Comments

  1. Wow, awesome card kit. I really love the card kit, because it's mixed with all the ingredients, such as making a cake recipe. Great start and guidance to make the card as sweet as cake. Thank you.
    Hugs
    Lidya (Cloud project)

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  2. This is a super fun kit! Love the stamp that comes with so many uses and that orange corrugated paper! Oh be still my heart! Fun hop great inspiration.

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  3. I think this is the first time I've done one of your hops! It was fun to look at this new kit - your DT did an amazing job and created such a variety of projects! The kit is a fabulous idea - it has all the items gathered together and organized for me! I must say the little get well stamps are adorable and all the items in the kit are very well coordinated. Thanks for the chance to win this - I'm super excited about it!

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  4. I really enjoyed the hop. The DT showed the versatility of the kit quite well. It's such a cheerful kit and the stamp set included is absolutely adorable!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  5. I hopped to all the spots! I watched the video and I love, LOVE, LOVE this kit! the butterflies, the turtle paper, the owl paper and the owl stickers...I could do so much with this! and the stamp set is perfect! love it
    ALL! thanks for the hop!

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  6. Commented on all blogs! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  7. very nice and fast. This will be my second card kit. I can't wait to rec my first one. I am on the hop...

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