This kit is packed with wonderful supplies that can not only be used for scrapbooking, but for making cards as well. And the cards created using supplies from this kit can be both quick and easy to create as well as a bit more complicated, if you would like to spend some time on a card and enjoy the process.
My first card is one of those that took me no time to make. A cut a panel out of a patterned paper and adhered it onto a card base. Then added a chipboard sticker of cherry blossom branch onto it and stamped a sentiment using a stamp from Painted Encouragement Stamp Set and Industrial Diamond crisp ink.
The second card is a bit more time-consuming but also pretty simple to make. When I saw this sheet of patterned paper with black and white outlined roses I knew I would color them. Which I did using Artist Markers.
I decided to leave leaves white, just to add some interest. With the lightest blue marker from the set I made a background by adding color rather unevenly, leaving white spots.
Next I die-cut a stitched arc from the panel and adhered it to a card base. Lastly I made a sentiment using letters from the alphabet puffy sticker sheet.
For the next card first I can a panel out of patterned paper and adhered it onto a card base. Then I took a couple of white rose die cuts and adhered inside parts of them onto the card. The roses themselves were used as a guide to adhere inside parts. I then white embossed a sentiment from Painted Greetings set and added several liquid enamel dots.
My last card was made using one of the roses, inside parts of which I used on the card above. I just adhered it onto a dark gray card base, added some silver dots using silver spray and white embossed a sentiment from Thinking of You set.
So here you have four cards made using Reflection Scrapbook Collection. They were fun and easy to make. Supplies in the collection match each other so perfectly, so there is not guessing game and everything comes out smoothly.
Hope you liked my ideas. Have a great day!