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PxlCafe

Let’s Celebrate Digital Kit 

Rich, earthy tones all mixed together with delightfully fun, whimsy icons and word art mean super fun celebration pages! Let's Party! Kit designed exclusively for PxlCafe by Anne deJong. 


Apron Strings

School is officially out here.  I give my kids less than two hours before the “I’m bored” call goes out and they start picking on each other and make me want to run away.  Instead though, I’ll put myself in time out and take my June kits along with me.  You decide what works for you, the Bigger or Smaller than a Breadbox kits, or the All Year Cheer Card Kit.   The  no-commitment autoships start at the budget-friendly price of just $19, so you can keep your summer plans and scrapbook them too.  Now’s the perfect time to try an Apron Strings kit.  Scrapbook kits come with a sketch and full-color newsletter, with four instruction-based layouts, Card kits come with complete color instructions for at least six cards.  June Kits are previewing now with Pink Paislee, Studio Calico, Echo Park, Cosmo Cricket and Crate Paper.  Send the bored kids outside and settle in with an Apron Strings June kit.

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Birds of a Feather Kit Co. June Kit.

This gorgeous kit speaks for itself with its rich, deep colors in turquoise and red from Prima Marketing, My Mind's Eye, and others. Embellishments include canvas, mist, ribbon, bling, blooms, and trinkets, just to name a few! You can get the June Kit (which has a total retail value of $40) for as low as $28 – that's a lot more bang for your scrappy buck, and even the non-subscription rate saves off the retail price.
 
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