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Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Blog Hop...On My Mind


Welcome to the Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Blog Hop!  We all are fans of the monthly Paper Pumpkin kit and have joined together to share ideas on alternate ways to use the July 2019 Paper Pumpkin kit, On My Mind.  

This month's kit was a special one.  There were supplies to make 9 cards , 3 each of 3 designs with coordinating envelopes.  The 3 different designs coordinated with 3 different suites in the Stampin' Up!® Annual catalog.  The 3 suites: Woven Threads, Garden Lane and Come Sail Away.  


I have the Sailing Home bundle and added a few extra elements for my card.   I stamped and cut the anchor in Pear Pizzazz and the seaweed in both Pear Pizzazz and Mossy Meadow.   The rest of the elements were included in the kit.  


Easel cards are easy and fun to make.  I think this is the first time I have added a long message strip.  I like that when the card is closed you cannot tell that the strip will be "floating".

Well, it is time to head over to see what the talented  Darla Watson has created for you!


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Debbi Green

This is cool! Need more info on this design!

Judi Anderson

I love the additions to your card and that you made it into an easel card

Charmane R Hopkins

Super cute card Sharon. I really love fancy folds.

Darla Watson

Great idea to turn it into an easel card! LOVE IT!

OMG that is an amazing project! Thanks for the share!


Would love if you shared how you made your card base into an easel card? Thanks for sharing!

Terri Takashige

I love easel cards and that floating element is fabulous!

Janey Backer

I love your easel design with the ship! Thank you for hopping with us.

Tricia Butts

Amazing card design. I love how you created the easel card from this kit :)

Sharon  Hashimoto Burkert

Hi Gloria, I just posted a blog post with a tutorial on how to make an easel card. Hope you like it. If you have any other questions please let me know.

June Olsen

I have not made easel cards, but this one is certainly inspiring! I'll go Che k out your link from above!

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