Limited Edition Scrapbook Kit: “Here Comes the Sun”

by Lain Ehmann on January 30, 2011

Ready for the sun? I sure am! That’s why I’m thrilled to introduce…

The polka dot is the reverse side of the striped paper I used for the rosette.

The Limited-Edition “Here Comes the Sun” Scrapbook Kit

This fabulous kit includes the following:

Four 12×12 sheets of patterned paper:

-Birds (double-sided — reverse is black and white floral)

-Little Sweet Pea (double-sided — reverse is blue diagonal stripes)

-Polka dots

-Stripes (double-sided — reverse is small polka dots)

Four  sheets of cardstock:

Green 12×12 textured (core’dinations)

Pink 12×12 smooth (Bazzill)

Yellow textured, die-cut flower (Bazzill)

Blue glitter cardstock¬†8.5×11″


One pack pink Scenic Route alpha stickers

One pack Cosmo Cricket Tank Mix Blackboard chipboard letters

One pack floral Scenic Route rub-ons

One sheet cardstock label stickers

One pack Laundry Line crocheted flowers from My Mind’s Eye

2′ Sweetwater “Smile” ribbon

1 round chipboard mini-album

1 piece 8.5×5.5″ pink felt

One felt flower KI embellishment

One pack Heidi Grace “Icons” epoxy stickers

4 Rhinestone brads

One pink A4 size envelope

3 “fortune cookie” stickers


A special bonus – One roll Duck Brand Adhesive’s new Easy*Stick permanent adhesive. They sent me a bunch to give away on my blog, and I can’t think of a better way to distribute it to my readers!

For this little flower, I rubbed the flower onto the paper, and then cut it out. I popped it up with dimensional adhesive, and put little rub-on leaves underneath.


*Only ten kits available

*$30 INCLUDING domestic shipping! (WOW~!)

*Paypal only — to order, please email me at to tell me you’re interested. I’ll confirm that there’s a kit available, and then as soon as I receive your payment, I’ll slap your address label on the puppy and get it in the mail to you!

I rolled small strips of felt to create little flowers for under the heart.

Love how the Sweet Pea paper is perfect for a spring or garden page. This is my “garden.” Haha!

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