Today Lifestyle Crafts released its newest line the It Kits Dies. The It kits are core collection products (meaning they will be around for a while) and the kits are great for someone just starting out not only because each kit offers a variety, but because they also come with the digital files which lets you cut It Kits shapes on your digital die cutting machine as well as your manual die cutting machine. You can’t get any better than that!
I used the Label It Kit and the Edge It Kit dies to create a couple projects I want to share.
Aren’t these great?! The Label It Kit has just about every size and shape label you can think of! And the Edge It Kit dies are so much easier than punching borders!
I’ll start with the “Thank You” card. I started the card with some basic shapes using Stampin Up! paper. Then I added a border to the bottom using the last border pictured in the Edge It Kit.
Next I used this Label It die along with an oval that fit inside. This would serve as the backdrop for the words.
The words were cut using Lifestyle Crafts brand new 4×4 alphabet dies
for the letters.
For this project I used the Parade
I also got the Sugar Cookie
font which I think is darling! I’ll share that project soon!
This is the first time I’ve used a die to cut letters and I love the way they turned out.
I also made a cute little clip inspired by a stamp I found at Michael’s for only $1. I don’t know if you’ve ever noticed the little dollar bin full of stamps and inks, but I can’t stay away from them!
I found this adorable “You are my Sunshine” stamp and thought it would work perfectly with this sun-shape from the Label It Kit. I inked only the words in Melon Mambo from Stampin’ Up! and Daffodil Delight for the sunshine. Then I cut the sun out and attached it to the Label It cut out.
I attached the label to a clothes pin, clipped it to a tin bucket ($1 from the Dollar Spot at Target) and tied a ribbon around the bucket.
I thought this would be a cute gift and you could put some little summer items inside the bucket!
Lastly, I used the Label It Kit to decorate some lolly pops. I used the sunshine cut-out along with a circle that fits inside and a small tag.
And also this vintage-like label. It reminds me of a Krispy Kreme sign!
This was very simple! I just layered the labels, stamped the words and attached the decor to the lollipops.
I tied two coordinating ribbons around the sticks for a little added flare.
And there you have it! Three cute and easy projects using Lifestyle Crafts new It Kits dies!
Be sure to stop by the Lifestyle Crafts blog
for more ideas using these great new dies!
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