If you are already a Stampin' Up! demo you can pre-order the goodies NOW, or if you're not a demo you can sign up as one (contact your current SU! demo for more information - or if you don't have one yet, feel free to ask me any questions you may have by emailing me at email@example.com) OR you can begin ordering your very own kit as a customer through any Stampin' Up! demonstrator on MAY 1st!
I have lots of photos here, if you want to see one bigger, just click on it! :)
A sampling below of the 4x6 cards:
Here are the configurations of the pocket pages!
You also get 4x4 cards, here is one side of them:
Here is the other side of them:
And here's a shot of the Everyday Adventures box with the core kit, the accessory pack goodies, and my pens - they all fit so nicely! First, let me just tell you that while I adore everything this kit came with, I LOVE the little box it comes in! It will hold your entire kit, accessories, pens, photos, etc. in one little box right there! If you are someone who does a lot of scrapbooking at crops, this will come in SO handy!
Here's a picture of the entire accessory pack. Notice there is also a roll of washi tape (in my favorite color!) AND cute circle epoxy dome stickers! Inside there were 4 different die-cut 3" x 4" cards!
You also get a sheet of these cute little clear plastic accessories. LOVE the banners and arrows!
Cardstock stickers! Four sheets of them. Then there are wood cuts and arrow clips. How cute are these?
Here is a sampling of the 3x4 double sided cards:
I can't wait to see what other Project Life kits will be available in the new catalog! If you want a catalog, feel free to contact me for one when they come out! So excited to plan a series of classes using these items!
I am a Stampin' Up! demonstrator and it has been so exciting to turn my passion into a second job. If you are in the Cental Valley or Mother Lode area and like to paper craft, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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