Finally finished my Blissful Blooms kit

Well this is it, the final of the 13 cards I created from the August Paper Pumpkin kit (which, if made according to the directions made 10 cards. So I got 3 extra cards)! The first two are the same cards, one was just turned horizontally for a different look.

All I added to this first card was the greeting from Varied Vases on the front. Inside I used that frame piece I had leftover from Wednesday’s card (I told you to save it!) and another of the greetings from the Varied Vases stamp set.

The second card I left vertical, but cut the entire front off and down to measure 3-3/4″ x 5″. (I used the back to cut several of the earlier frames for my other cards.) Underneath I added a piece of the Garden Impressions DSP to frame it on an Mossy  Meadow card base. I stamped the flower from the Tropical Chic in Fresh Fig and added the Daffodil Delight center.

The last card was a burst of tropical everything! It’s a little busy, but I wanted to used the top half of the flowers I cut off from this card. I stamped two flowers from the Tropical Chic in Flirty Flamingo and Melon Mambo. I also cut several of the tropical fronds with the Tropical Thinlits.

WOW…done. I made 13 cards in all, but could have made more if I did more with pieces rather than the entire card fronts. I hope you can see how easy it is to expand your Paper Pumpkin kits with just few extra supplies. Have I convinced you to get a Paper Pumpkin subscription? Subscribe here under my name, Janice Baranowski, and watch for future kit ideas!

Here’s the additional supplies I used for these three cards. Thanks for stopping by today. Happy Stamping this weekend!


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