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Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Blog Hop...World's Greatest

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Welcome to the Paper Pumpkin Pop Up Blog Hop! We are all fans of this monthly crafting kit and want to share with you our enthusiasm for this box of fun and creativity. The beauty of the Paper Pumpkin kit is that you can follow the directions provided in the kit to make the projects as they were designed, or use the supplies as a starting point and let your creativity run wild. On this hop we will be sharing lots of ideas with you on how to use August's Paper Pumpkin kit: World's Greatest.

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I love a pretty plaid and decided to cut one of the card bases to 2 pieces measuring 4-1/8" x 5-3/8".  Why?  This gave me more plaid paper to work with. I am also a fan of stripes and when I saw the medal ribbon holder stamp I knew I had to use it.  My dilemma was I also wanted to use the trophy. So,  I stamped the striped medal holder twice, cut out the ribbon part only, and adhered it to the card front.  The trophy base fit perfectly and covered up the gap between the 2 ribbons.  The trophy was attached to the card front using dimensionals (also included in the kit). I tucked in a couple of the vellum leaf die cuts behind the trophy to act as a frame.  I attached the vellum with tiny dots of glue.  The glue is behind the trophy and  hidden by the star sequins,

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To create the stopper for the easel I cut  a tail at the end of the gold banner piece and attached it to the inside of the card with dimensionals.  On the circle I stamped in Bumblebee ink the #1 and friend in Pacific Point ink.  

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Since I had another plaid layer I decided to make another card.

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The ruffled ribbon stamp is perfect for making award ribbons.  I thought about what kind of awards I give out and came up with one that would be fun to send or give out at my next team meeting.  I made a small shaker by creating a frame from one of  the stitched rectangles designs in the kit.  I used a Stitched Rectangle die and cut out a window.  I used a clear envelope and put some stars in it and trimmed the envelope to fit behind the frame.  I closed up any open edges to prevent star leakage and attached it to the back of the frame.  I punched 2 holes near the top edge of the frame.  This is where the pin is attached to the card.  Place dimensionals around the edge of the frame except near where you punched the holes.  

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The sentiment is from a stamp set available to demonstrators called Stamping Your Way to the Top.  I inked the sentiment in Bumblebee ink.  On a scrap piece of Whisper White "demonstrator" was inked in Pacific Point ink and punched out using the Classic Label punch.  The ends were trimmed and placed over the Bumblebee "demonstrator" using dimensionals.   The other banner sentiment is also from the same stamp set.  

This would work fabulously using the World Greatest stamp set.  You could have a ribbon for World's Greatest friend, Teacher or #1 Friend.  

For this variation you will need:

  • stamp set (I used Stamping Your Way to the Top)
  • Bumblebee Ink Pad
  • Whisper White CS scrap
  • Stitched Rectangle dies
  • Clear Envelope
  • Classic Label punch
  • pin back

Thank you for stopping by!  Now it is time for you to check out what the talented Tricia Butts has created for you!

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Additional supplies used for card #1

  • Bumblebee CS 4-1/4" x 11"  scored at 2-1/2" & 5-1/2"
  • Whisper White CS 4" x 5-1/4", scrap of Whisper White to stamp the ribbons
  • Bumblebee Ink Pad
  • Liquid Glue

Additional supplies used for card #2

  • stamp set (I used Stamping Your Way to the Top)
  • Bumblebee Ink Pad
  • Whisper White CS scrap
  • Stitched Rectangle dies
  • Clear Envelope
  • Classic Label punch
  • pin back

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PPP Blog Hop..A Kit In Color

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Welcome to the Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Blog Hop! We are all fans of this monthly crafting kit and want to share with you our enthusiasm for this box of fun and creativity. The beauty of the Paper Pumpkin kit is that you can follow the directions provided in the kit to make the projects as they were designed, or use the supplies as a starting point and let your creativity run wild. On this hop we will be sharing lots of ideas with you on how to use this May 2020 Paper Pumpkin kit: A Kit In Color.

This month's kit features  4 of the 2020-22 In Colors: Bumblebee, Just Jade, Magenta Madness, & Misty Moonlight and the Stampin' Spot was Misty Moonlight!  Highly anticipated and it didn't disappoint!  I love the bright happy colors of this kit and the stamp set will be used long after I have made all the cards.  

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I used the Purple Posy note card and scored it 1-1/8", 2-1/4", (card is already scored at 3-1/2") and 5-1/4".   This card  was designed to fit in the note card envelope as long as the height of the card is not taller than 3-1/2".  

The striped paper is from one of the envelopes (note card) and cut at 7/8" x 5",  1" x 5", & 1-1/2" x 5".  

The first step uses the Magenta Madness twine,  the label from the kit stamped with the sentiment in Misty Moonlight, and the fun Just Jade puffy sticker.

The second step uses the medium size cloud and the vellum banner cut into a cloud shape, using the medium size cloud as a template.

The third step uses the large cloud, more Just Jade puffy stickers, the rainbow cut out from a banner, and the sentiment stamped in Misty Moonlight and fussy cut.

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Such a fun kit to work with and the colors will bring a smile to your face. 

Thank you for joining us as we share with you the possibilities of Paper Pumpkin, now hop over to Anastasia Radloff blog to see her fun creation.

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Here's a little sneak peek at what is coming up in the next Paper Pumpkin kit, June 2020.

Contact your demonstrator for more information and sto sign up. If you do not currently have a demonstrator, I would love to help you and answer any questions you may have about Paper Pumpkin or you can go here for more information.


Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Blog Hop...No Matter the Weather

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Welcome to the Paper  Pumpkin Pop Up Blog Hop! We are all fans of this monthly crafting kit and want  to share with you our enthusiasm for this box of fun and creativity. The beauty of the Paper Pumpkin kit is that you can follow the directions provided in the  kit to make the projects as they were designed, or use the supplies as a  starting point and let your creativity run wild. On this hop we will be sharing  lots of ideas with you on how to use the March Paper Pumpkin kit: No Matter the Weather.

This kit has got to be one of the best Paper Pumpkin kits ever!  It is amazing how perfect the stamp set is for what we are going through in the world right now.  In addition the die cuts are just so cute! To make things even better there's a bonus stamp set included that is full of fabulous images including a pair of flowery boots that I would love to wear.  

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I have been wanting to make a Quarter Sheet Pop Up card.  On this card I used the die cuts and sentiment from the kit and added the grass/cattails using the Friendly Silhouettes dies.  There is a lovely grass image in the bonus stamp set but I was being a bit lazy and didn't want to fussy cut.  This grass/cattail die from the Friendly Silhouette dies is one I am very fond of.

Here are the details on how I made this card.

  • Adhere 2 of the same note card together so that you have a larger background design.
  • Trim the note cards to equal 4-1/4" x 5-1/2" with the fold (seam where you joined the 2 cards) in the center (2-3/4")
  • 1-1/4" x 4-1/2" Balmy Blue strip, score at 1/2", 2-1/4", 4"  decorate using the die cuts.  Center the 2-1/4" score line with the center fold of the card.  Attach the tabs to the card base. 
  • 1/2" x 6-1/2" Shaded Spruce strip, score 1/2" at both ends.  
  • 2-1/2" x 5-1/2" Shaded Spruce strip cut using the Friendly Silhouettes grass/cattail image.  Adhere the grass/cattails to the back of the 1/2" x 6-1/2" strip and inside of the 1/2" score lines.
  • Stamp the sentiment in Basic Gray ink (included in kit) and attach the heart die cut.  Add glitter to heart if desired.  Attach it to the front of the 1/2" x 6-1/2" strip.  Adhere the strip (1/2" tabs) to the front of the card.

 

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This card lays flat to mail (since it is 4-1/4" x 5-1/2" it does not need to be folded and fits in an A-2 envelope).  The card stands up nicely.  The 2 strips bow out creating a nice pop up effect.

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Are you currently a Paper Pumpkin subscriber?  If  not, now is a great time to join in the fun.  Contact your demonstrator to get started or  CLICK HERE* to subscribe.

Thank you for joining us as we share with you the possibilities of Paper Pumpkin, now hop over to  Janey Backer's blog to see her fun creation.

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PS If you are one of my Paper Pumpkin subscribers and want to make this card but do not have the Friendly Silhouettes dies, contact me!

 


Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Blog Hop...Something for Everything

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Welcome to the Paper Pumpkin Pop Up Blog Hop!  We are all fans of this monthly crafting kit and want to share with you our enthusiasm for this box of fun and creativity. The beauty of the Paper Pumpkin kit is that you can follow the directions provided in the kit to make the projects as they were designed, or use the supplies as a starting point and let your creativity run wild. On this hop we will be sharing lots of ideas with you on how to use this December  Paper Pumpkin kit: Something for Everything
 
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I used primarily what was provided in the Paper Pumpkin kit except for the Stitched Shapes dies, Old Olive and Shaded Spruce card stock..  I wanted a wreath shape so I used the largest stitched circle die (#4) with the #2 (#1 being the smallest stitched circle die) centered in the middle and cut a 3-1/2" square piece of Old Olive card stock.  Behind the wreath I put a Shaded Spruce circle I cut using the #3 stitched Shape circle die.
 
I used 1 of the flower and berry gold foil stickers, 1 large flower, 3 small flowers, 5 of the leaves, and one of the long labels.  The stamp set in this kit is a great basic.  It has 13 sentiments that cover a wide array of occasions.  Definitely a keeper and one that will be used a lot.
 
This card is simple but it has a little secret.
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It is also a gift card holder!  This is one of the easiest gift card holders you can make.  I measured 3-1/2"  from the top of the card and cut a slit from the fold to the front edge.  I glued down the bottom and front edge of the card, creating a pocket to insert a gift card.
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I stamped the sentiment and attached the remaining parts of the gold foil sticker and one more flower to the inside.  I love it that the gift card coordinates so well with the colors of the card and flower stickers.
 
Are you currently a Paper Pumpkin subscriber? If not, now is a great time to join in the fun. During Sale-A-Bration you can purchase a prepaid subscription and also receive Sale-A-Bration items.

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Contact your demonstrator to get started or CLICK HERE* to subscribe. Here's a sneak peek at what's coming up in the January Paper Pumpkin kit.  You need to subscribe by January 10 to get in on this month's box of creativity.  We have also been told that if you have purchased the Heart Punch Pack you will get even more use out of your punches with this kit!  The January kit is a project based kit with all the ingredients to make 20 treat bags and 10 mini cards.

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Thank you for joining us as we share with you the possibilities of Paper Pumpkin, now hop over to Charmane Hopkin's blog to see her fun creation.
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Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Blog Hop...Winter Gifts

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Welcome to the Paper Pumpkin Pop Up Blog Hop! We are all fans of this monthly crafting kit and want to share with you our enthusiasm for this box of fun and creativity. The beauty of the Paper Pumpkin kit is that you can follow the directions provided in the kit to make the projects as they were designed, or use the supplies as a starting point and let your creativity run wild. On this hop we will be sharing lots of ideas with you on how to use this November Paper Pumpkin kit: Winter Gifts.

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I know it seems impossible but the Paper Pumpkin kits just seem to get better every month!  I think this kit is amazing and the projects are pretty much perfect as they are but since this an alternative ideas blog hop I had to change things up just a little bit.  I made the tags pretty much as instructed with just some minor changes like placement of the leaves and sequins and adding ribbon bows instead of the silver cording.  The biggest change is I mounted the tags on an easel so instead of tags on a package it is a piece of home decor.  I think this is going to look cute on the mantel.

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The easel was purchased at one of the big craft stores and come 3 to a pack, already painted and with an easel back.  They were  inexpensive and I like to have them on hand to make quick home decor items and gifts.

The only thing I added that wasn't included in the November Paper Pumpkin kit was the "Merry Christmas".  This was cut out of Poppy Parade cardstock using the Merry Christmas dies.   If you are a Paper Pumpkin subscriber of mine and want to recreate this project,  email me and I will cut the sentiment out and send it to you.  

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There are refills available for this kit (both the full kit and refills)  but you need to be a current Paper Pumpkin subscriber to order them.  Contact your demonstrator to become a Paper Pumpkin subscriber.  If you are not currently working with a Stampin' Up! demonstrator , CLICK here , if you have questions feel free to contact me.

Thank you for joining us on the Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Blog Hop!  Now it is time for you to hop on over to see what the talented Janey Backer has created for you!

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Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Blog Hop...On My Mind

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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.  

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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.  

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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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Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Blog Hop: A Little Smile

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Welcome to the Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Blog hop.  We are hopping to share with you alternate ideas on ways you can use the June Paper Pumpkin kit, A Little Smile.

This month's kit is all about sharing a little kindness and appreciation.  I decided I wanted to make a little gift card holder for my hairdresser who is going on a little trip.  She is going somewhere tropical so this kit was just perfect and I had the perfect gift card too.

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You know what really made me happy?  The Paper Pumpkin kit had everything I needed.  I didn't use anything other than what was in the kit and it is a quick project!  Follow along and we can make it together.

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I took 2 envelopes and attached one flap of one to the other.  You now have two pockets to use.  

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I cut one of the little card in half and used the die cuts and stamps to decorate the cards.  There are a lot of different die cuts to use and I love the variety from vellum to glimmer!  This kit has a generous amount of die cuts.

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A gift card fits perfectly in the envelope!  Remember you have 2 pockets so 1 can be used for a gift card and the other for a little note or even another gift card.

Now it is time to hop on over to see what the talented Janey Backer has created for you!

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I hope you enjoyed my alternate idea on how to use the A Little Smile Paper Pumpkin kit.  If you are not currently working with a  Stampin' Up! demonstrator and have some questions and/or are interested in Paper Pumpkin, I would be happy to help you.

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Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Blog Hop...Sentimental Rose

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Welcome to the Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Blog Hop! 

Paper Pumpkin is a monthly crafting kit.  The beauty of Paper Pumpkin is you can follow the directions provided in the kit to make the projects as they were designed, or use the supplies as a starting point and let your creativity take over. On this blog hop we will be sharing lots of ideas with you on how to use April's Paper Pumpkin kit: Sentimental Rose.  This kit includes an awesome stamp set, 9 note cards and envelopes, acetate card box, lots of labels/die cuts, and embellishments.  

I have 2 different projects to share with you .  This first alternate project uses just the products that come in the Sentimental Rose Paper Pumpkin kit except for an additional scrap piece of Whisper White card stock.

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This flower trio is so pretty!  The flowers are printed on the panel and so are the splatters.  I stamped the leaves with the Gray Granite ink spot that is provided in the kit and applied the 3 enamel dots. 

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Yes, it is an easel card!  I scored the front of the card base in half at 1-3/4".   The only other alteration I made was to cut the white corrugated piece so it measured 3-1/2" x 3-1/2".  I stamped the sentiment on the label die cut from the kit and stamped the leaf on the scrap piece of Whisper White card stock.  The label and the leaf are popped up using the provided dimensionals.

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One of the things that makes this kit so special is the stamp set.  The stamp set contains 7 sentiments and 3 image stamps.  The flower image in this stamp set is  so pretty,   which is what inspired me to make my second set of projects.  These are a little more time consuming and do require extra supplies.  I wanted to play with the flower images and really show it off.

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The colors I used are Fresh Fig and Powder Pink.  They are both retiring In Colors and I am going to miss them.  

First let's talk about the box.  I used the Window Box Thinlits which are on the Retiring List.  You have the option of cutting out the design on the top of the box or not.  I chose to cut it and line the top with vellum.  I stamped the flower image 3 times in Fresh Fig ink on Powder Pink card stock.  I fussy cut the flowers to create 3 sizes of flowers.  I built the flower using dimensionals between each layer to create height and dimension.  In the center I placed the largest Clear Faceted Gem.  The leaves were stamped and cut out using the Rooted in Nature bundle.  This stamp set and dies will be in the upcoming catalog but no longer available as a bundle.  If you have been wanting this bundle you can save 10% if you buy it before the 2018-19 catalog ends.

The card is note card size (3-1/2" x 5" and mailable).  The base is Fresh Fig and the layer is Powder Pink.  The flower stamp was inked in Fresh Fig ink and stamped off once before stamping on the Powder Pink layer.   I stamped the flower again on a piece of Powder Pink card stock in Fresh Fig ink.  I cut out the flower and lightly sponged the edges with Fresh Fig ink to soften the cut edges and attached it using dimensionals.  The leaves again were stamped and cut in Old Olive ink on Old Olive card stock using the Rooted in Nature bundle. 

Hope you enjoyed the 2 different ideas of ways to use the Sentimental Rose Paper Pumpkin kit.  Now it is time to hop on over to see what Janey has created for you!

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Next month there is a very special Paper Pumpkin kit, the Hugs from Shelli kit.   Shelli Gardner (co-founder of Stampin' Up!) worked closely with designers and concept artists to create a Paper Pumpkin kit that is uniquely hers. It includes an exclusive photopolymer stamp set, paper and crafting materials to create 12 cards (3 cards of 4 unique designs), 12 exclusive, coordinating envelopes, and a Classic Stampin’ Spot.  To receive this very special kit you must sign up for Paper Pumpkin by May 10th.  You won't want to miss this kit!

If you are interested in subscribing to Paper Pumpkin and do not have a demonstrator you are working with, I would love to be your demonstrator.  You can use this link to sign up for Paper Pumpkin or contact me and I would be happy to help you.  

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Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Poppin' Birthday

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Welcome to the Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Blog Hop!  Did you notice the cute new name?  Why the name change?  This blog hop is no longer a pop up hop and is now a monthly hop!  On the 4th Tuesday of every month at 6 pm, please  join us as we showcase alternate project ideas using the  Paper Pumpkin kit by Stampin' Up! 

This month Paper Pumpkin celebrated its 6th birthday!  In addition to the Poppin' Birthday stamp set subscribers were also treated to a free stamp set, Counting the Years!   The cards in this month's kits are so cute!  They are birthday present pop ups!  The cards (8 of them!) are simply adorable.  Instead of making a card i decided to make a little gift to go along with the cards in the kit.

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What do you think?  Aren't these Sweet Cups fun?  They are a great way to package a little treat.  I had to sacrifice one of the envelopes to wrap the base of the cup, yes even the envelopes in this kit are super cute.  The lid edge was covered using the labels in the kit.  The circle on top of the Sweet Cup was cut from a card base.  I cut a slit in the middle of the circle and slipped the Circle Tab punch through the slit. I sandwiched 2 of the bows around the Circle Tab punch. 

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Remember these tea lights decorated to look like a cake?  They were very popular and I thought it would be a cute little gift to put in the Sweet Cup.  

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All the pieces I used to decorate the tea light cake are from the Paper Pumpkin kit except for the ribbon, which is from the All My Love Ribbon Combo Pack.

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Here is what the whole gift will look like.  The card was made following the kit directions except for a minor tweak or 2.  I look forward to gifting this little ensemble soon!

Are you currently a Paper Pumpkin subscriber? If not, now is a great time to join in the fun. Contact your demonstrator to get started or  CLICK HERE to subscribe. 

Thank you for stopping by, now it it time to hop on over to see what the talented Debi Green has created for you.

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Paper Pumpkin Pop Up Blog Hop...Grown With Kindness

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Are you a Paper Pumpkin subscriber?  If you are, then you are in for a treat and if you aren't a subscriber maybe it is time to think about subscribing.  Welcome to the Paper Pumpkin Pop-Up Blog Hop!  You will be able to blog hop and see lots of different ideas on ways to us the Grown with Kindness Paper Pumpkin kit for February.

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I started with a 4-1/4" x 11" piece of Fresh Fig card stock scored at 2-3/4" and 8-1/4".  I attached one of the photo panels to one side of the card base.  I stamped and colored the fun tea cup and succulent image using a mix of Stampin' Write markers (Fresh Fig) and Stampin' Blends (Mint Macaron, Old Olive, Smoky Slate).  I fussy cut the image but this is not necessary and attached it to Whisper White circle and a Fresh Fig scalloped circle.  Both of the circles were cut using the Layering Circle framelits.  

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I used a small strip of Tear and Tape Adhesive to attach the circle to the edge of the card front.  The succulent panel tucks into the circle to keep the card closed.  

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Here is another gorgeous picture of succulents that is included in the Paper Pumpkin kit.  I attached the panel to a 5-1/4" x 8" piece of  Mint Macaron card stock scored at 2", 4".   I only applied adhesive to the first 2" x  5-1/4" panel.  The next picture will show you the reason i did this.

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It is an easel card.  The panel rests on a label (included in the kit) that is attached using dimensionals, also provided in the kit. I stamped the sentiment, can do incredible things on the label with Fresh Fig ink which is also included in the kit.  Don't you love the sentiment?  I know this stamp will get used a lot.

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Hope you liked this alternate idea on how to use the products in the Grown with Kindness Paper Pumpkin kit.  If you are curious about Paper Pumpkin and are not currently working with another Stampin' Up! demonstrator feel free to contact me or check out this link. During Sale-A-Bration the rewards are even greater so this is a perfect time to subscribe  Paper Pumpkin is turning 6 in March and they are giving their subscribers a gift of an extra stamp set so don't miss out.  You need to be a subscriber by March 10 to receive the March Paper Pumpkin kit.  

Now it is time to hop on over to see what Joni Metras has created for you!
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