Thursday, January 7, 2016

Mistletoe and Holly Paper Pumpkin Samples

Today I'm sharing my November 2015 Paper Pumpkin samples.  The kit was called Mistletoe and Holly and it was beautiful.  The stamp set was versatile and the ink spot was Cherry Cobbler, one of my favorites!  I got the project sheet out to my subscribers before Christmas but never made it online to post the ideas.  If you'd like to get the directions on how to make any of these projects, sign up for Paper Pumpkin with me or buy a pre-paid subscription and they are all yours for free!

Card Ideas:






Gift Card Holder: The base is the awesome Cherry Cobbler envelope folded in half.


Décor Piece: Cut one of the cards into fourths and use the linen thread and glue dots to create this festive banner.


Photo Card:  This was what I was going to send out for our Christmas card but I didn't get my refills ordered before they sold out!


Décor Piece: I cut one of the cards in half and then cut down the side to make the background piece for my 3 1/2 x 5 frame.  I turned over the piece I cut and stamped the back and attached with dimensionals.  A great holiday frame to use year after year.


Sorry these are so late but hopefully they help inspire those that haven't made those kits yet!

 
 
Paper Pumpkin is probably my favorite Stampin' Up! offering.  As a demonstrator, I'm often having fun conducting classes but it's nice to take some every once in a while.  Paper Pumpkin lets me be creative without having to design!  That being said, I do design a few alternative ideas using supplies from the kit to send out to my customers that subscribe with me.  If you are looking for a way to be creative at home at a great price, I highly recommend investing in Paper Pumpkin.  From now until March 31st, you can purchase a pre-paid subscription for $55.  Not only will you receive three months of Paper Pumpkin in the mail but you will also get to pick out a Sale-a-Bration item for free!
 
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Have a craftastic day,
Stacy

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