What is Paper Pumpkin, you ask?  Let me tell you….

Paper Pumpkin is a monthly subscription you can get where everything you need to make a specific project (usually multiple projects) is included for just $20 per month. It all comes in a cute little box and includes a small stamp set, an ink spot, and all the material you need to create your projects. It even comes with step by step instructions on how to make that month’s creation.

Have you been wanting to try stamping and just become overwhelmed with where to start?  This is the perfect solution.

Are you a seasoned stamper who likes surprises or likes coming up with alternative projects with a limited amount of supplies? This is a great way to stretch you creativity in a single box.

Let me show you what was included in March’s kit.

This is the cute little box it comes in.

The element of surprise comes with every box because you never know what you’re going to get ahead of time.

Each month is different as far as materials.  Here is a look at what came with March’s box (not pictured is a stamp set and a Basic Gray ink spot which is also included).

It was enough to make nine bunny cards and bags.

You can customize your cards by stamping different faces using different backgrounds…

You also have enough material to make these super cute bunny bags.

So stinkin’ adorable!!

The bad news is March kit is no longer available.

The good news is, you can sign up anytime to get the next month’s kit.

And even better news, April’s kit is a very special kit! Next month’s Paper Pumpkin kit was inspired and designed by Stampin’ Up! CEO, Sara Douglass.

It is the fourth birthday of Paper Pumpkin so there will be an extra surprise for all of us who subscribe. Every kit will include a FREE gift! I don’t know what that is, but I can’t wait to find out.

What do you need to do to sign up? It’s simple—click on the picture below to purchase your subscription.  You can choose a one, three, six, or 12 month subscription.

Each month, I will be featuring the Paper Pumpkin kits here on my blog. Not only will I show you the kit as it is intended, but I will also show you some alternatives that I come up with using the left over supplies from the kit.
In fact, come back on Thursday and see my three alternative projects I used with this month’s kit for my Take Three Thursday this week.
Can’t wait to see you then!