In the second picture to see everything that comes in your monthly kit. You get a set of instructions (with photos), all of the pieces and parts needed for your projects including glue dots and adhesive strips, a mini stamp set and an ink spot (sometimes two!).
This month’s kit was called “Pocketful of Cheer” because you make 8 cards and gift card holders. Too cute! As I was working on this month’s kit I realized that one of the things that I really like about Paper Pumpkin is the fun color combinations that you find. This month’s kit used Bermuda Bay and Cucumber Crush together. I don’t think I would have come up with that combination on my own but I love it! I’m definitely going to have to try it on some of my own projects!
These kits keep getting better and better. I liked last month’s kit so much that I ordered 3 refills so I could make more! Yep….as a Paper Pumpkin subscriber you can order refill kits for many of the kits! These refill kits and sometimes extra kits are only available to current subscribers.
Check out this month’s video to see how easy it is to make a project.
Paper Pumpkin just celebrated their 3rd Birthday and they just sent out their 1,000,000th kit! Wow! To help celebrate they are including an exclusive stamp set in the April kits. Woo Hoo! Subscribe to Paper Pumpkin by April 10th to make sure you receive your April kit as well as the exclusive stamp set.
There are two different ways to subscribe to Paper Pumpkin. You can either purchase a prepaid subscription or a month-to-month subscription. Check out both methods here. Sale-a-bration is almost over but you can not until March 31st. Give Paper Pumpkin a try with a 3 month subscription for only $55 AND choose a FREE Sale-a-bration item. It’s win-win! 🙂
I hope you consider Paper Pumpkin. I think you’ll enjoy it. I do! Have a great day! Take care and Happy Stamping!