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Wednesday, 26 November 2014
Kit Design Work - 2
Topic: Some Backlog

The second kit I designed for included bright papers in plain and patterns, a rubber stamp set, stickers, rub-ons, ribbons, brads, puffy balloons, rhinestones and glitter.



The theme for the kit was Children's Birthdays and the technique to use was Revolving View Cards (think of the ViewMaster from your childhood). 


In all of these cards there is a round aperture in to front and a cutout along the edge. Inset into the cutout is a white circle of cardstock with knotches in the edge. Designs are placed on this circle that can be rotated into place in the aperture.

This card rotates a message through the opening:


This card rotates a variety of facial expressions into place on the clown:


This card rotates different toppers for the candle:


This rotates a birthday message:


This tops the cake with different candles:


This card has no aperture or wheel:


This card tops the hat with different patterns:


This card makes the juggler an action figure:

I hope these were fun cards for some children to recieve from the kit subscribers.

Ddd

 


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 12:01 AM PST

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