The Stamps of Life February 2020 Stamp, Die Hard and Card Kit Clubs

The February club stamps, dies and card kit are more than adorable… I have one daughter that lives the “sloth life” everyday, so I am going to get a lot of use out of these sets!! So far this month the sloths2stamp set (stamps and dies) were released along with moresloths2stamp (stamps and dies) and a really fun 5×7 tree fold-it! The February card kit coordinates with everything (of course!!) and the kit is called the Best Wishes Collection. In addition to all of these amazing products, 2 new interactive card bases were also released! I love interactive cards and both of these made my day. The first is a Scalloped Edge Z-Fold card base, and the other is a Scalloped Edge Circle Flip-It. I don’t know which I love more. The paper pad in the monthly card kit brings all of this together with lots of leaves and sloths and fun paper. The cardstock included in the kit has a jungle theme and features the following colors: Cantaloupe, Ocean, Kiwi, Bubble Gum, Spearmint, Tangerine, Chocolate, Gingersnap, and Powdered Sugar. All items can be found on the Stamps of Life website

I was on a roll this month and could have made so many more cards with these fun new products… I can’t even choose my favorite….

I know you are going to enjoy all of the beautiful jungle themed papers and accessories in this months kit. Please let me know if you have any feedback or have questions about the products or techniques I used. I would love to see what you make too so be sure to share!

Thanks for joining me!  Happy Crafting!

2 thoughts on “The Stamps of Life February 2020 Stamp, Die Hard and Card Kit Clubs

  1. The balloons on the one card look like felt. How were they cut out?

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    1. Hi Kathleen – they are felt – they were part of the embellishments that came with the February Best Wishes Cardkit. They are a nice thick material too not like felt that we would get at the local craft store. I am not sure if they are selling them separately on the Stamps of Life website.


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