Easily Adapt Paper Pumpkin
I love my Stampin’ Up! Paper Pumpkin kits, but I rarely make all the projects exactly alike. It is so easy to make the pieces provided in the kit uniquely yours by adding a few small touches. The March kit had 4 small gift cards and 4 large gift cards.
I made three of the small gift cards and one of the large gift cards following the instructions included in the kit.
Check out this quick Stampin’ Up! video to see how to create these gift card projects.
Since I didn’t need all of these gift cards right now, I turned a couple of them into cards for other occasions.
First up is a baby card using the baby from the retired Stampin’ Up! All in the Family set, stamped in Soft Suede.
Stamp the baby on one of the self-adhesive circles. Cut one of the small gift cards in half. Adhere the half circle to the plain white half of the gift card. Stamp the greeting. Add the gift card envelope piece.
Use the other half of the small gift card for this graduation card. Add some Cucumber Crush balloons and Basic Black caps, and stamp the sentiment on top with the Stampin’ Up! Bravo stamp set.
Add a tea lace doily and cut one adhesive circle in half to create a different version of the birthday card. The “birthday” greeting is from Celebrate Today.
See how easy it is to use a doily, a different ink pad, or another stamp you already own to turn a Paper Pumpkin kit into your own project!
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March is a big month for Paper Pumpkin–it’s our third birthday
and we just shipped our ONE MILLIONTH kit! To celebrate, we are sending an
exclusive stamp set called All about Everything in ALL of the April Paper
Pumpkin kits. We’re keeping the artwork a surprise, but we are sure you’ll
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