Category Archives: Masculine cards

Out with the old and in with the new?

Well, not quite for me. Even though I have a number of the new spring Stampin’ Up! products from the Mini Catalog (January 5-February 28), I’ve made myself clean out my stamp room, again. This time I got serious and … Continue reading

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A card that doubles as gift card holder? YES

Buying gifts during this time is a little more difficult than usual. And not knowing what someone needs during these strange times calls for a gift card. But why use a plain holder when you can easily make a unique … Continue reading

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For those you love the most – your family

At Paper Pumpkin, we believe in making a difference—especially when it comes to helping our subscribers build relationships through papercrafting. For April, we created a fun, family appreciation themed card kit that would make it easy for customers to share … Continue reading

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Wildflower Wishes for a masculine card?

Yes, it’s possible! When I received my February 2018 Paper Pumpkin kit, I was disappointed in the bland colors. And the flowery tags and embellishment didn’t seem very useable for masculine cards. If you have followed me you know I … Continue reading

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