As much as the weather outside may try to say different - spring is finally here! To celebrate the new season, we've got a special Spring theme for our March box. If you want to get an idea of what to expect in your My Greeting Box cardmaking subscription box then keep reading...
To bring a bit of sunshine into our subscriber's lives, we went for a super bright colour scheme for the March box. Think summer yellows, vibrant blue and a gorgeous green to remind you all that there is some grass hiding under that snow.
This box, we're focusing on using watercolour techniques to bring your cards to life - so we've included a set of gouache paint and a brush to start you on your watercolour journey. This style of paint is more pigmented than your typical watercolour options, making it a bit easier to get to grips with for beginners.
Alongside your paints, the March My Greeting Box also contains plenty of other goodies to make your cards beautiful. We've got five blank cards for you to work on, as well as yellow, blue and green cardstock. Glue is pretty essential when making your cards, so you'll find a bottle in your box, equipped with a nozzle for those fiddly bits. There's also a sheet of sticky pads, to help stick things together whilst creating depth at the same time.
Also in the box, you'll find a selection of washi tape to use in your designs, which can be used to help create crisp lines or as an added decoration. In keeping with the spring theme, we've included some beautiful flower stamps that you can use for a variety of card styles. For a little bit of extra decoration, you'll find a selection of sequins for some added sparkle.
In each box, we include the instructions for three separate card designs for you to try out with the supplies provided. You'll get five blank cards in your box, so there's room to get creative and interpret the designs however you see fit! We love seeing what you create with My Greeting Box, so be sure to share your snaps on social media with the hashtag #mygreetingbox so we can have a look at what you've been making!