No Matter the Weather, we’re “staying home”….

March’s Paper Pumpkin kit was one of my all time favorites! As soon as I got this kit I had to start making cards! I had so many wonderful card ideas to make (and starting my crochet projects – see my first project next week!), I forgot to take some time to post my cards from this Paper Pumpkin kit! So here they are finally!

The kit contain 3 card designs and you made 4 of each for 12 cards.

And here’s the entire kits contents:

I designed some of them myself, CASEd ideas from others and was really excited about all the beautiful cards I was able to create.

This last group I pulled in So Saffron, Calypso Coral and Petal Pink cardstock for the card bases and used their coordinating DSP to create them.

I still have a few pieces left for several other cards as I go along. All in all, Stampin’ Up! Paper Pumpkin kits are a great option to allow you to be creative, yet not have a lot of supplies (especially if you don’t have much room to craft or store your supplies). Tempted to try a month of Paper Pumpkin to see what it’s all about? You can sign up here or order just 1 kit here by June 10 to get June’s “Share Sunshine” kit. Either way, I’m sure you will be happy with your choice!

Thanks for stopping by today…off to work on more projects for me and watch the final virtual OnTour meetings that occurred this week. I should have more awesome ideas with the new catalog coming out June 3!

Janice B at JB Stamper

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