This month’s theme is Happy Birthday! Who doesn’t need more cute birthday card to have on hand? What I really loved about this kit was that I could still use it on the non-birthday cards that I donate to kids in hospitals.  The Scrapping For Less Flavor of the Month card club really is an amazing deal. I highly recommend it. The value just can’t be beat.

Card kits from Stamping For Less - Preview of this month's Happy Birthday card kit. More at www.pinkpixelgraphics.com

Kit includes acrylic stamps from Lawn Fawn, a birthday cake die cut from xCut, a roll of green glitter ribbon and even a mini Versafine ink pad in Onyx Black.

 

Card kits from Stamping For Less - Preview of this month's Happy Birthday card kit. More at www.pinkpixelgraphics.com

This carousel stamp from Altenew is adorable. Also includes 4 mini brads, and coordinating sequins. I love that they include papers that can be used for more masculine cards.

 

Card kits from Stamping For Less - Preview of this month's Happy Birthday card kit. More at www.pinkpixelgraphics.com

This set makes me wants to make ME a card. The paper colors are beautiful and even includes some mini wood die cuts, matching sequins, stamp set and a bit of twine.

 

Card kits from Stamping For Less - Preview of this month's Happy Birthday card kit. More at www.pinkpixelgraphics.com

Polka dots! One of favorites. The Lawn Fawn hippo stamp is too cute. Includes a set of candle stickers and coordinating buttons and sequins.

 

Card kits from Stamping For Less - Preview of this month's Happy Birthday card kit. More at www.pinkpixelgraphics.com

This last kit has the perfect papers for a card for boys or guys. The puffy balloon stickers would make a great accent. Includes a cute clear stamp set and matching sequin pack.

Everything here is from the Banana Split level – but there are many other levels to choose from. This month’s theme was Happy Birthday: and included 4 different kits with 6 x 6 papers, stamps from Lawn Fawn, Altenew and Sunny Studio. Plus a great selection of die cut bits, buttons, sequins, ribbon and even a mini ink stamp.

There are 4 different levels: Single Scoop Sundae ($20), Double Dip Sundae ($25), Deluxe Sundae ($30) and the Banana Split ($35). Each one includes FOUR kits. The upgrades include additional items such as sequins, sprinkles, ribbon, stickers and ink pads – each monthly kit has a different collection of extras.

In Part 2 I’ll post my cards that I make from the kit.

Do you have any card kit clubs to recommend? What about places to donate cards? Let me know the ones you love so I can try them out!