Saturday, February 15, 2020

Queen & Company - Bring on Spring kit (revisited)

Hello friends! I've been having fun revisiting some of Queen & Company's kits. Since the winter has been quite gloomy lately, I decided the use the Bring on Spring kit next. Maybe just making spring cards will encourage the season to hurry up and arrive.

Go HERE to see my video from last year where I made 29 cards using the Bring on Spring kit.

Unlike the last time I used this kit, I now own the coordinating Outline Dies. Queen & Company recently released outline dies for most of their previous kits. I love having both while creating cards.

Watch the video below or click HERE to see it on YouTube.

Here are close up pictures of the cards I made, including sketches and measurements. For sketches that don't include measurements, I simply figure the measurements out on my own, for what works for me. All of my cards are A2 size. Go HERE to see my video explaining how I determine card sketch measurements. All cards are made using Queen & Company's Bring on Spring kit.

Sketch - MFT #476
Paper, dies, twine, shaker toppings, flowers and bling - Queen & Company
Ink - MFT

Paper, dies, shaker toppings, and bling - Queen & Company
Ink - Reverse Confetti

Paper, dies, shaker toppings, and bling - Queen & Company


Queen & Company - Bring on Spring kit

Queen & Company - Bring on Spring outline dies

Queen & Company - Bring on Spring - 6x6 paper pad

Queen & Company – Foundation Dies
Set 1

Queen & Company – Border dies

Queen & Company - Shaker toppings

Queen & Company - 6x6 paper pads

Queen & Company – Bling

Queen & Company – Trio Trims

Queen & Company – Sheer glue

Queen & Company - Red Line tape
1/4 inch
1/2 inch

Tonic Studios - Guillotine paper trimmer

Scotch - Pink ATG (Advanced Tape Glider)

Sizzix Big Shot die cut machine

Scotch Mounting Tape - 3/4" x 38 yards

Thin Foam Squares by 3L Scrapbook Adhesives

Accent Opaque Digital 100# cardstock (for card bases)

White pearlescent cardstock

Uchida - Jewel Picker
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Arteza craft mat

Sony a6000 mirrorless camera (used to record videos)


I did receive physical product compensation for providing card samples as part of my Design Team obligations. Other products are from my personal craft supplies. I am not an expert and all opinions are my own. I find joy creating cards and videos and I love sharing them with my viewers. I use affiliate links to help me offset the costs of creating these cards. When products are purchased through these links, I receive a small commission that does not affect the price you pay. 

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  1. So cute, bright and cheery! Great idea to revist these kits and help us use them up!

    1. Thank you, Jeanne! I'm trying to decide what kit I should revisit next. Hmmm...

  2. What a cute kit--love that little chick!!

    1. The little chick is one of my favorites from the kit. :)