PPP Blog Hop Lovely Day

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

I tend to design alternate projects using just the stamps from the kit while plucking supplies from my stash. Crumb cake cardstock is a staple and coordinates beautifully with a photographic flower image from the Pressed Petals designer series paper package.

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Use a few markers and the 2 1/4 inch circle punch to create a quick and easy birthday 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 Tricia’s blog to see what she designed.

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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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Last Day to Order This Paper

I love a steaming mug of liquid in the winter. I’ll start with tea, honey and a twist of lemon, enjoy homemade vegetable or chicken stock with lunch then snuggle in with a hot cup of cocoa in the afternoon.

So this designer series paper is perfect to create a few cards with.

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I did bring the chocolate chip cookies. I prefer them fresh out of the oven though. Dad likes them dry.

Here are the rest of the patterns in the Night Before Christmas paper pack item number 150437. It’s a 6×6 inch stack with 48 pieces, 4 each of 12 designs. This stack pack is available through the end of today only though. The Spring catalog goes live tomorrow!

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Click the Shop Now button on the right side of blog to order this paper pack before it is gone for good!

Super Awesome Stamper Shirley

Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Blog Hop The Gift of Fall

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Welcome to the Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Blog Hop! We are fans of this monthly crafting kit. Follow the directions provided in the kit to make the projects as designed, or use the supplies as a starting point to let your creativity run wild.

On this hop we will be sharing lots of ideas on how to use the August Paper Pumpkin kit, The Gift of Fall, in alternate projects. You may have arrived from Debbi Green’s blog. She had a great project!

I decided to use a Bird Ballad laser cut card for the base. Added a 4×5.5 inch piece of the Come to Gather designer series paper behind the laser cut top so the intricate designs are spotlighted.

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Glue dots are hidden behind the gold sequins and are used to attach the designer series paper to the laser cut front. All supplies came from the Paper Pumpkin kit except for the laser cut card and designer series paper.

I assembled the bags replicating the included, in-color, sample design. The bags are roomy and sturdy. An afternoon tea could be packed inside and gifted to family or friends.

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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  Charmane Hopkins’ blog to see what she designed.

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Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Blog Hop Hugs from Shelli

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Welcome to the Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Blog Hop! We are fans of this monthly crafting kit. Follow the directions provided in the kit to make the projects as designed, or use the supplies as a starting point to let your creativity run wild.

On this hop we will be sharing lots of ideas on how to use the May Paper Pumpkin kit, Hugs from Shelli, in alternate projects. You may have arrived from Lisa Kmiec’s blog. She had a great project!

I decided to use the stamps included in the kit to create an ombre look.

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There are only a few feather die cuts included in the kit. So use the feather stamp and a blender pen to create custom, colored feathers.

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all the supplies used..

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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 Debbi Green’s blog to see what she designed.

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