When I signed up to become a demo this past May, part of my start-up kit contained the Petal Party Simply Scrappin Kit. Eventually I hope to get into scrapbooking, not only to market those crafters, but to also deal with the boxes of photographs I own. But someone posted a link to Patty's site which shows a Simply Scrappin kit having been broke down into cards. So, I thought I'd give it a try. It was really fun and not one card is alike. I was able to make 32 cards (I only had 8 pieces of 12 x 12 cardstock, not 9 as stated in Patty's tutorial), and I still have two 12 x 12 designer pages left and tons of stickers. The cards are 4 x 4.
Here is a shot of all the cards...
And here are shots of the cards in groups so that you can see what I did more closely.
Stamps: Teeny Tiny Wishes, Flight of the Butterfly, Smarty Pants, Warm Words
Ink: Old Olive, Basic Black, Pixie Pink, Pumpkin Pie, So Saffron, Versamark
Paper: Simply Scrappin' Petal Party, Whisper White
Ribbon: Pumpkin Pie 1/4" Grosgrain and Striped Grosgrain, So Saffron Striped Grosgrain, Old Olive Striped Grosgrain, and Rose Red Double Stitched Grosgrain on one card. Wrong color but I didn't have Pixie Pink.
Punches: 1-3/4 Circle, 1" Circle, 1-1/4" Circle, 3/4 Circle, 1/2 Circle, Ticket Corner, Word Window, Modern Label, Tag, Large Tag, Photo corners, Horizontal Slot, Eyelet Border, Double Rectangle, Scallop Edge, Small Oval, Large Oval, Scallop Oval, Butterfly, Keytag, 5-Petal Flower, Wide Oval
Other: Stamp-a-ma-jig, Mat Pack, Paper Piercer, Brads, Dimensionals, Tape, SNAIL
With the purchase of a Simply Scrappin' kit and two ribbons (excluding punches, shipping and tax), each card literally cost $1.03 to make. If we all get together for a stamping party and pull our punches together, the cost will remain that way. I'm thinking soon.