Hi friends! I'm so excited to be helping to introduce the brand new Make It Market: Market Street Kit today from Papertrey Ink today!
This new kit is hands down my favorite kit! (And that is saying something because Betsy has created some real stunners!) I actually gasped out loud when I first saw it! The papers are absolutely stunning, but oh my goodness...that gorgeous cart! Betsy truly has thought of everything! There are so many special little details that makes this kit an absolute must have!
The new Make It Market: Market Street Kit will be available on June 1st!
My first project features two of the three stencils included in the kit! The store front and street light were both created using the stencils.
I stenciled on top of one of the script patterned papers included in the kit. The wagon and flowers are from the pre-printed images. I die cut them out using the coordinating included dies.
One of my favorite things about this kit is the special little details Betsy has included! See that little sentiment square? There is a slit in the wagon that it slides into! How amazing is that?!
As if the card elements weren't enough, Betsy created THE cutest 3D cart! All of the dies needed to create this cart are included!
After die cutting and assembling the scalloped box, I attached the sides and wheels. For decoration, I die cut one of the pre-printed flower images and tucked it into the side and then added a strip of lace.
Just look at the details on the side posts!! SO pretty! This was really easy to put together, making it perfect for party favors or other gifts that need to be mass produced.
I filled this cart with some Caramel Chocolates. I fit six individually wrapped Ghiradelli Squares in there.
For the awning, I sponged on some stripes using the included stencil and Smokey Shadow ink. The sentiment is one of the pre-printed ones that I die cut and attached to the awning.
My next project features that gorgeous cart again! Seriously, I cannot get enough of it! This time I didn't add a pull out message but attached the flowers to the cart.
Using one of the patterned papers, I lightly stenciled some stripes for a tone on tone look. The cart is one of the pre-printed ones. I stamped each of the flowers and then die cut them out.
For the sentiment, I started by die cutting the cute little tag out of white cardstock and then stamping the sentiment on it. I popped up several of the elements for added dimension.
For my final project I created a little patriotic party favor. I started by die cutting the scallop box out of white cardstock. I stenciled on the stripes using the included stencil and Pure Poppy ink.
I filled the box with some red, white, and blue M & M's.
I stamped the flowers and leaves using colors that coordinated with the M & M's. For the lighter blue, I had to "mix" a couple of inks to get the right color. I did this by first stamping them using Blueberry Sky ink and then Hawaiian Shores ink on top.