Tonic Craft Kit #12 (August)

Hello! Hello! Hello!

I can't even begin to tell you how happy I am to be able to craft again. My room is finally done and I can get back to creating. I'm so excited! I'll be sharing a craft room tour with you very soon.

Today I'm sharing the Tonic Craft Kit. I first learned about the kit from Vicky Papaioannou on You Tube and I fell in love as soon as I saw it. I had so much fun making the 3 cards below and I still have lots of supplies left over to make even more.
I'm fairly new to Tonic products, and what I've seen so far and have tried out with this kit has me in love.

While I was waiting for my countertops to arrive, I did a quick video with a look at the kit as well as 3 cards I made using the kit. You can find links to the subscriptions below the video as well as links to items in the kit that are not exclusive products.

Watch Below | Watch on You Tube



Supplies:



Here are some photos of my finished cards. I still have plenty of supplies left to make more cards. 

For this card I really wanted to test out the Vintage Drops. I'm loving these. There is still a slight shine, but it's not like the crystal drops at all. Slightly more matted. 

Of course I needed to make a shaker card. It's also my fist time using a blister package for making the shaker section of the card. It was so easy to use. I'm also loving the Copper Blush Embossing Powder. I've already ordered myself a full size :)


The two sections that I die cut for the shaker made an easy embellishment for my next card. I pulled some Kraft cardstock out of my collection and used some strips of the gold glitter paper on the side. Adding the twine gave it more of a fall feel. 


Well that's all I have for today. 
Just a reminder, if you are participating in the weekly Linkup Party! it ends tonight at 11:59 EST. 
Have a great weekend and see you back here soon. 
Christina





1 comment

  1. Very tempting, I must say, because your cards are gorgeous. But I don't send any autumn cards except for Halloween, but I am looking forward to seeing their other kits down the road. Thanks for sharing, Christina.

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