PPP Blog Hop Something for Everything

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Welcome to the Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Blog Hop! We will be sharing lots of ideas for using the December Paper Pumpkin kit, Something for Everything, in alternate projects. You may have arrived from Deb Naylor’s blog. She had a great project!

My first project pairs Paper Pumpkin stamps with supplies already on my shelf. Our Notecards and Envelopes are a great basic supply which are ready to use since they are cut and scored.

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Then I paired the just because stamp with snowflakes and stamen stamps from the Colorful Seasons stamp set in the annual catalog.

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Last, I cut one of the card bases included in the kit and attached the pieces to a Garden Green card base. It’s an unusual design but appropriate for the “hey friend, love you lots” sentiment included on the card.

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In case you want to see the Stampin’ Up! fast motion video using the original kit contents…

Thank you for joining us as we share the possibilities of Paper Pumpkin. Now hop over to Janey Backer’s blog to see what she designed.

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I Spy Shimmer and Shine

Let’s play a game of noticing which similar products are used on these cards to achieve different looks. Will you play along? Get your spectacles on for I Spy!

I spy 2 different embossing folders: pinewood plank and woodland.

I spy framelits: layering squares, ovals and circles, seasonal layers and eclectic layers.

I spy foil sheets: copper and champagne which shimmer and shine.

I spy stamp sets: Basket of Wishes, Paisleys and Posies and Colorful Seasons.

I spy ribbons: 1/4 inch copper trim and linen thread.

I spy cardstock in colors: early espresso, soft suede, pumpkin pie, very vanilla, crumb cake.

Do you spy two products not used on both cards? The pretty label punch is a new product in our annual catalog. The watercolor pencils were first introduced in the spring catalog so are newish.

These cards were shoebox swaps from our demonstrator meeting that was last Saturday. Angela Bickett designed the “blessed” card. Lori Verdon designed the thinking of you card. My guess is that they never dreamed their cards would be used for a game of I Spy!

Order supplies to recreate these cards at my website here.

Have a nice weekend!

Super Awesome Stamper Shirley