Paper Pumpkin is a monthly craft subscription box. It’s a fully designed project kit that can be fun for any level crafter. Each kit includes stamps, ink, and paper – everything ready to go. They’ll surprise you with fun projects like cards, gift packaging, home décor, and more. For those who are just starting out, the project has step-by-step instructions on how to create the project just the way it is shown; but for those who want more of a creative experience, they have the opportunity to take the components and create their own unique project.
Cost: $19.95/month (US) | $26.95/month (Canada) – Shipping included
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Info for new subscribers: Every month you'll receive a unique stamp set with an ink spot (that won't repeat a colour in a 12-month period). In addition, your first kit includes a free clear stamping block that you'll use every month.
October's theme is "Pining for Plaid" and includes supplies for 10 cards and 10 envelopes.
They include written instructions but I prefer to watch the video instructions HERE.
All the supplies:
There are two card versions in this kit. I made one of each so far. First, I started by stamping sentiments on the banner and square snowflake pieces. Next, I adhered an acrylic sheet to the back of each card, making sure that the acrylic sheet covers the opening. Then I removed the dimensional backing and adhered the smallest and largest dimensional circles to card backs. I put a pinch of each of sequin colour and pile sequins in the center of the background piece. I positioned the die cut piece on background piece and pressed down. I then adhered dimension strips to card backs, then adhered shaker front to the card. Lastly, I adhered the stamped banner to gold foil banner and adhered finished banner to the card.
I love Paper Pumpkin this time of year - it means holiday cards! I really like the design of these cards and the fun part is they have shaker fronts! I really enjoyed this kit! I am very satisfied with how the cards turned and can't wait to finish the rest. They're very festive looking! It was a very easy kit and not too time-consuming which is great if you're short on time or just don't like spending much time crafting. November's kit will be made-to-match with October's kit and is perfectly coordinated cardmaking and gifting projects for the holidays.
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