I thought I would start today’s post by showing you the video for the December Paper Pumpkin Kit. Check it out and see the super cute cards that the kit is designed to make. Then . . . take a look at the 6 cards I made with the leftovers and a few simple items from my supplies.
For the first 3 cards, I simply used some Card Stock, Baker’s Twine and the leftover negative space from the star confetti.
For the next 3 cards, I simply used Card Stock along with the negative space from the sentiment stickers.
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I am so IN LOVE with Paper Pumpkin and I am head over heels for this card!! My favorite part about it . . . it uses TRASH Now, by trash, I mean negative space, leftovers, the stuff that comes in your Paper Pumpkin kit that is typically meant to be thrown away.
To give you some perspective, this kit was supposed to make NINE cards. But . . . with a few basic items from my stash, I was able to get TWENTY-EIGHT cards out of it!!
Stay tuned and I will show you what I used and the FABULOUS cards I was able to make!
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Don’t throw out those Paper Pumpkin scraps!! Look at what you can do. Use the negative space from your Paper Pumpkin snowflakes to make an awesome card front design.
Wondering where I got the Lost Lagoon Baker’s Twine? I just used a sponge dauber to add color to the Twine that came in the kit. Easy Peasy
Can you find the scraps in the pic below? First of all, the letters themselves are scraps from the original tag instructions. And then, the “holes” in the letters came from the inside of the silver tag reinforcers (top tag) and the tags themselves (bottom tag).
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This month’s Paper Pumpkin Kit is so adorable. Check out the video to see everything you get. Then look at what I did with some of my leftovers.
Use up some of your leftover Paper Pumpkin Kit pieces to make these fun chocolate treats. Don’t miss out! Sign up for next month’s kit.
I can hardly believe it! Less than 1 week until I start my “12 Weeks of Christmas” emails. This is my FREE gift to you every year. Every week starting on 10/8 and up until Christmas, you will receive an email with a FREE holiday project. It’s one of my most popular campaigns and I love giving this as a gift to my friends. However, in order to receive this gift you must be on my mailing list by Wednesday at 1:00 Central Time. This will only be delivered to members of my mailing list. Click Here to Join my Mailing List.
Here’s a teaser of the first project. You’re going to love it
World Card Making Day is Saturday, October 4th. To celebrate, I will be giving away the items below:
- a set of 6×6 Halloween Designer Series Paper
- a Tangelo Twist Stampin’ Spot
- a super cute Photopolymer Halloween Stamp Set.
Wanna know how to enter to win? Just send me a pic of a card you have made between September 29 and October 6th. That’s it!! Can’t wait to see what y’all come up with.
Isn’t this to DIE for
This adorable candy mummy is just one of the super cute projects at this month’s Stamp a Stack. Come join us. Click here for details.
We’re saying goodbye to hundreds of retiring products from the 2013-2014 annual catalog. ALL products are only available until June 4, 2014, or while supplies last, so be sure to order them early!
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Shamrock Kisses Treat Holder
St. Patrick’s Day is coming!! Why not make a cute Hershey Kiss Treat Holder in the shape of a Shamrock?