Hello friends! I am so excited to share this month’s gorgeous card kit with you from My Favorite Things! The Merry & Bright Card Kit will be available this coming Tuesday, September 22nd at 10AM EDT.
I have two fun but simple cards to share with you today that showcase this kit. For my first one, I used the cardstock that comes in the kit to create a strand of Christmas lights. I then blended the matching ink to each light onto a piece of vellum directly under the spot where each light would sit. (The ink colors that I used are linked below at the bottom of this post.) I then stamped my sentiment with black ink on the bottom right portion of my card.
For my second card, I once again used the colored cardstock that is included with the kit and added my strand of lights to my card front. I stamped my fun sentiment with a cute little “Let’s Get Lit” Stamp Set that is only available exclusively in the kit.
To finish my card, I layered it with one of the colorful pieces of cardstock from the Very Merry Patterned Paper Pad that also is included in this kit.
Here’s a look at everything that is included! This kit will be available in a bundle deal while supplies last! Make sure to stop by the MFT Blog for more kit inspiration! Leave a comment there for a chance to win a $25 MFT Gift Voucher!
Thanks so much for stopping by! If you liked these cards and want some more crafty inspiration, please feel free to check out my INSTAGRAM feed!
I like the first card with the blended glow.
Thank you so much, Sherri! :0)
Everyone seems to be doing Christmas lights cards. Nice to see the various interpretations. I like the one with the glow around each light.
Thanks so much for stopping by, Jackie! I appreciate your sweet comments! 🙂
I like both cards. The glow around the bulbs in the first card is nice. Thank you for the inspiration.
Thank you so much, Pat!
Awesome cards. I love the ink blended flow on the first card and the clean look of the second.
Thank you kindly, Teri!
I love the added glow behind the light bulbs!
Thank you so much, Jessica!
Love the glow!
Thank you, April! 🙂
The glowing lights are so cute!
Thank you so much, sweet friend!
Both of your cards are lovely! I especially like the “glow” around the first card. This is a great kit!
Thank you so much for your lovely comments, Karen! 🙂
Love the glow behind the lights in your first card.
Thanks so much, Sue!
Love both of your cards. Festive and Pretty!
Thank you so very much, Joan!
OMG, I really love this kit. Your cards are so nicely done!! The sentiments are too funny 🤣
Thank you so much, Stacy! I like the sentiments too!
Adding a halo of colour around the lights is genius and makes the card glow. Nicely executed.
Thank you for such sweet comments, Johanna! It’s such a fun kit to play with!
Oh I love this Rachel!!! What a great kit!!!
Thank you so much, Katherine! It really is!
Love both your cards. So creative
Thank you, Sallie! 🙂
I like them both but your trick with the vellum really makes for a warm glow. I am truly interested in that paper pack. I am kind of a hoarder when it comes to paper packs… I think this is such a great card kit.
Thank you so much, Anne! I’m a hoarder when it comes to paper packs as well lol. You’re going to love this one! It’s even prettier in person. 🙂
Thank you, Crystal!
Great cards Rachel! Love the colors you used! Holiday cards are my favorite to make! Great inspiration dear!
Thank you so much, sweet friend! I appreciated your lovely comments! <3
Love the kit and the cards that you made.
Thank you kindly, Teena!
I love how you ink blended behind the bulbs in the first card. Really makes them pop.
Thank you so much, Karen!
Beautiful cards, love these lights.
Thank you so much! This kit is so much fun!
Cute cards! Love this kit!
Thank you so much, Sarah! I love this kit too! 🙂
Fantastic cards!!! Love the glow behind your lights!!!
Thank you kindly, Maureen!
This kit is just beautiful and I adore your cards. You have such a gift with color. Just beautiful!
You are so sweet, Erika, thank you!
Such a happy, pretty card!
Thank you for your sweet comments, Melanie!
I love both versions. It’s great to see different ways to use a set of stamps.
Thank you kindly, Ann!