Take a look at some of the boxes we have sent out over previous months. The theme changes every month and you get tutorials to show you step by step how to make three original designs! You also get extra materials so you can try out the new techniques you've learned with your own designs and a bunch of products that you can keep forever, like stamps, inks and craft mats!
You will get these supplies in your first kit no matter which month you subscribe. These items are completely free and will set you up to make amazing and professional cards!
- Black Memento Dye Ink
- Craft Scissors
- Colouring Pens
- Acrylic Block
- Hints and Tips Card
The summer months are not complete without a sizzling barbecue and in July My Greeting Box delivered with some barbecue themed cards. This box included five different colours of seed beads to create interactive and dynamic fiery cards that were fun to make and receive. We also included a single hole punch in this box. These hot red cards are a perfect way to tell someone you're thinking about them or to invite them over for a barbecue!
June had a magical theme with fairies and sparkly garden scenes. The fairy silhouette stamps were paired with navy and rose gold card colours to bring some elegance to the cards making them suitable for a variety of recipients. We included a lovely metallic pink pigment ink as well to give a pop of colour and a shimmer spray because no fairy is complete without a bit of sparkle.
May was a turtley awesome month where we made cute and colourful turtle pun themed cards. These bright cards used stencilling techniques to bring some additional interest to the cards. We included some Glossy Accents with the box to give your designs some dimension and the pale blue ink used with the waves stencil really makes you feel like you're underwater.
In April, My Greeting Box went into outer space with a Monster theme! The three Birthday designs were great for kids Birthdays and also perfect to give to an adult to make them feel young again! We used vellum in the designs to give them a futuristic feel and the monsters were a great chance to be creative with colours and patterns!
March didn’t start off with the warm Spring weather that we were looking forward to but we hope that the colourful Spring designs will warm up our loved ones’ days! These designs were bright and bold and included three different watercolour techniques that were great for beginners and looked beautiful too.
With Mother’s Day approaching we decided to get a bit sparkly and create some girly unicorn designs with lots of rainbows and glitter for good measure. The February box included an interactive card design with a spinning unicorn which is always great fun to receive.
For January we thought we'd get ahead of the game and design cards suitable for Valentine's day. The cute coffee theme of this month was suitable for both male and female recipients and to spread the love we even included some love hearts in the box to enjoy while you're crafting!
In December we focused on New Years! The designs were all made using embroidery techniques in amazingly shiny gold and silver embroidery threads. The designs were impactful and simple and we absolutely love them
The November box was packed with goodies that allowed you to make beautiful and sparkling Christmas cards. The box included a Christmas stamp set, green memento dye ink and of course, golden glitter paper!