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If you are a Paper Pumkin subscriber, what did you make with your March kit? I had a lot of fun with my March kit, take a look at the the different items I created and I still shave some left overs to use. Paper Pumpkin is a monthly kit that comes in the mail and is a surprise each month. Each kit includes paper, envelopes, accessories, adhesive, stamps and ink to create the projects.
The March kit included the supplies to make 4 mini cards and envelope with belly band and 4 cards with an envelope printed on the inside and a pocket to hold a gift card.
After making one of each, I decided to play and this is what I created.
6 cards A2
3 envelopes A2
3 mini cards, mini envelopes and belly bands
1 box box to hold the mini cards, envelopes and belly bands
1 gift bag with stamped tissue (recycled)
1 gift tag
1 12 x 12 scrapbook page
This box will fit the Mini Notes and wrap envelopes. The box is made fron one of the printed envelopes for the A2 card.
This is the background paper I made for my scrapbook page. It was made with the stamps from the kit.
If you make a slit in your page protector you can make it an interactive page. See next photo.
Hope these ideas will inspire you to get creative with your Paper Pumpkin kits.
I love chocolate, especially when it comes packaged in such cute containers. Everyone knows I LOVE chocolate! These are two treats I received from my team members Carol Mitchell-Cusick and Bethany Crummett.
Carol's is the matchbook that holds a bag of M & M's and Bethany the Heart box that unties to reveal the wrapped chocolates inside. Yum, Yum. Thanks, ladies!
Here is the last card and the card box from my Stampin' Up! Bloomin' Love class:
Card Holder Box:
Crumb Cake cardstock 6 1/2" x 8 1/2"
Score on the long side at 3 1/2" and 5"
Score on the short side at 1" and 5 1/2"
Cut on the 3 1/2" and 5" score line to where it meets the 1" score line on both sides.
Fold on all score lines, the bottom tabs will be inside the box to form the bottom and side corner. I used the Love Blossoms Designer Series Paper Stack on the cards and box.
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This month's club projects used the Bloomin' Love Bundle and theGrateful Bunch Bundle from Stampin' Up!'s new 2016 Occasions Catalog. The first project we made was a cute Valentine's Day cello cone bag using the Bloomin' Love bundle.
A close up of the tag – don't you just love Stampin' Up!'s Bloomin' Hearts thinlit Dies?
Another picture showing the banners:
The second is a spring card using the Grateful Bunch Bundle (cannot you tell it feels more like spring in Maine than winter?).
Used different color candy dots for the flower centers:
My club members also, were able to see all the new projects I have been working on for upcoming classes. AI have updated my calendar and sent out an e-mail of my class schedule. If you did not receive yours, contact me and I will send out the schedule to you.
Stampin' Up!'s Occasions Catalog went live on January 5th and I have been working the last two weeks with new products for my up coming classes and parties. Here is my January class offering:
Contact me for details. These can be used for Valentine's Day, Anniversary or Birthday. I used the Bloomin' Hearts Bundle to create the cards and card holder. Click to see how to your the Bloomin' Heart Thinlits Dies.