You may remember me mentioning using some products from a Paper Pumpkin kit back on this post.
Today, I want to show you the October Paper Pumpkin kit along with a couple alternative projects I created using the supplies from the kit.
If you missed the first post, Paper Pumpkin is a subscription kit you can get on a monthly basis. You can order month to month, or you can get a discounted price by purchasing a 6- or 12-month subscription.
The box that arrives in your mailbox contain everything you need to make the projects in the kit.
You will get all the supplies, including a small ink pad, a photopolymer stamp set…
and step by step instructions on how to assemble the projects.
Your first kit even includes an acrylic block for your stamps.
Each month is a completely different project, sometimes even multiple projects.
Here are the projects I made using the instructions in October’s kit.
I then took the supplies and made two totally different projects. I also incorporated the sketches from the last two Mojo Monday sketch challenges.
This one used sketch #422
And this one used sketch #421, although I did not make my card tall & skinny.
With only a few added products for the embellishments, the alternative cards were made with supplies that came in the kit.
This is an awesome way to get started with stamping since everything is provided for you in one box. As an experienced stamper, though, it is so much fun to get the surprise in a box each month and then try to come up with different ways to use the supplies. To find out more about this offer, go to www.myPaperPumpkin.com.
If you want to start getting your own surprise box each month, just click on the preferred link below.
Until next time…keep on crafting!