Harry, Rick and the birds have been busily beavering away for the past couple of months and we are at last ready to launch ourselves on our unsuspecting public.
So, what is it we've been working on? Well, briefly, we've been gathering our assets to put together some craft kits, namely greetings card kits and tag kits. The kits contain all that you could possibly want or need to make your own cards or tags.
All kits are unique, each card kit contains 5 new white 240gsm pre-creased cards, either 5" x 5" or 6" x 4" (or a mix if preferred) with matching envelopes, paper pieces, fabric pieces, ribbons and embellishments, partly new and partly (clean) recycled, all you will need to complete your kits are scissors, glue and imagination. Here's a Christmas one we made earlier just to give you an idea.
Tag kits contain 6 pre-holed tags in a choice of colour/s from pink, yellow, white, pale blue, red or green, approx 2.5" x 4.5" with paper pieces, fabric pieces ribbons and embellishments as above.
All kits, both cards and tags, are available in Christmas packs or everyday packs, and all are despatched postage free to good homes (if you have a bad home we'll have to charge!). Below is a picture of the contents of one of the ready-made tag kits.
The gang are more than happy to fulfil specific colour requests for all tag kits (card kits are currently only available in white but colours may become available later), or you can take pot-luck and ask for one of our ready-mades. Either way, despatch will be within 24 hours of receipt of your order and payment. Card kits are priced at £2.75 each or two for £5.00, tag kits are £1.75 each or two for £3.00.
These kits will give you a good start into making your own cards on a fairly low budget, and are suitable for children and adults alike, our youngest customer so far - who admittedly needed a bit of help from his mum - is not yet two, so we could quite rightly claim they are suitable for all ages from toddler to dodderer.
If you would like to buy, or if you have any questions or queries, please either comment on this blog or email the gang at the address below.