Sending Hearts Paper Pumpkin

My Paper Pumpkin kit came in on Tuesday and was sitting on my computer desk begging me to open it. I finally had to cover it with a notebook! Yesterday I finally got to open it up and made an unveiling video for you to see what comes in a Paper Pumpkin kit. I also added directions on how to make the two projects that are included. Check it out!

If you haven’t jumped on the Paper Pumpkin bandwagon you need to by February 10th for the upcoming Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin.

“What is Paper Pumpkin? Paper Pumpkin is our monthly One-Stop Box™ that offers a unique variety of paper projects for subscribers of any skill level to enjoy! These thoughtfully-themed and all-inclusive craft kits encourage Stampin’ Up! customers to explore their creativity, try new techniques, and discover their potential in papercrafting.

Why Paper Pumpkin? Paper Pumpkin introduces customers to an impressive collection of Stampin’ Up! products, from our one-of-a-kind ink pads to our eye-catching embellishments. Plus, the carefully-chosen components of each Paper Pumpkin kit highlight the unbeatable versatility and coordination our products provide! This easy and exciting way to stock up on supplies—and create small-batch projects for occasions of any kind—inspires customers to continue crafting. With Paper Pumpkin, it’s simple: share what you love, and help others enjoy creativity!

So, what’s in store for this month’s kit? February’s Paper Pumpkin kit—Bouquet of Hope—provides a way to offer comfort, care, and condolences to those enduring life’s challenges. With beautiful blooms and supportive sentiments, the Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin Kit will soothe sorrow and share sympathy in a heartfelt, handmade way. While you can create nine cards of comfort and coordinating envelopes with this month’s kit, the kit’s exclusive, versatile stamp set can be used to uplift loved ones during trying times, any time.” ~Stampin’ Up!

Don’t forget, if you order your kit through me, you can join Club Paper Pumpkin!

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