#GivingTuesday for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Madison

Stampin’ Up! is a national sponsor of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Madison. My Super Awesome Stampers team and friends have been actively supporting the house through Cards for a Cause events, an evening meal in August and assembling cards to go kits that are included in welcome bags.

Paper Pumpkin is an easy addition to the welcome bags which house guests receive upon check in. Paper Pumpkin is a complete paper crafting kit offering a diversion for families while their children receive treatment at near by hospitals. It is compact, portable and contains an instructional flyer. Stampin’ Up! does the prep work by cutting and scoring cardstock, diecutting shapes and including adhesive too. For $20 plus tax to the shipping address, it is a great kit for kids and adults alike!

Would you like to donate a Paper Pumpkin box this Giving Tuesday to RMHC of Madison? Go to my online store here and purchase a prepaid Paper Pumpkin subscription using hostess code JPD94W9. Only subscriptions purchased with this hostess code will be delivered to RMHC of Madison.

I’ll include a clear block to mount the stamps on if needed for every PP purchased using this hostess code. To redeem your subscription, contact me for the shipping address prior to following the directions included in your order confirmation email to redeem your promo code. Boxes will be delivered to me so I can add the clear block. I will then deliver the stack to RMHC of Madison.

Thanks for taking part in Giving Tuesday!

Super Awesome Stamper Shirley

P.S. If you don’t know what Paper Pumpkin is, watch this short video to see the November kit in action!

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