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Monday, April 10, 2017


I was at On Stage Local in Richmond Virginia on Sat and had a great time!  I now have the new Annual Catalog, but can't share it with you yet!  WOW! Your'e gonna love it!  I will share a little more later in the week, but want to make sure I post this timely information TODAY. 

If you are looking for a great monthly stamping craft, you need to subscribe to Paper Pumpkin.  And, in April, there is a special kit.


The kit has been designed by Sara Douglas, the Stampin' Up CEO and I got a sneak peek at convention.  The other cool thing about this kit is that it contains a special free surprise that even I don't know about!  In order to receive this kit you must sign up for the Paper Pumpkin program by the end of today, April 10th.  The kit will be shipped to you on April 15th.  You can save money by signing on for a 6 or 12 month subscription.  If you click on the Paper Pumpkin link from the side panel of the blog, it will take you to the site, where you can learn all the details about the program and sign up.  These kits are so much fun - a surprise each month.  Buy one for a friend, a grandchild, or for yourself and have fun putting it together each month.
I want to show you the adorable March Paper Pumpkin Kit and what I created:

There were 9 darling bunny bags and all the supplies (except candy) to complete them.  There were also nine bunny note cards that you could create and attach to the bags.  I chose to change mine into Ghiradelli candy holders instead. . .  and that is one of the other great things about Paper Pumpkin.  You don't HAVE to create exactly what they tell you - you can be creative and do your own thing with what they send for the projects or with the leftovers you have after creating.

These are the bunny bags, front and back - see the cute little tails?!

I changed the note cards by first making the note card and then attaching it to the envelope with Fast Fuse and placing a Ghiradelli Chocolate into the envelope as the candy holder.

You always have supplies left over in your kit.  Here is what was left over.  I will be using my brain to create some other projects with the supplies - an added bonus!

So - don't miss out on getting your own Paper Pumpkin Subscription!

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