Some of you may not know that Paper Pumpkin is Stampin' Up!'s monthly papercrafting kit. It is hard to believe that Paper Pumpkin is celebrating it's fifth anniversary. To celebrate this milestone, the March 2018 kit came in a new box design on the outside and the inside.
This kit is called "May Good Things Grow", which is perfect timing for Spring cards. You can see the insert (which has the directions on the inside) in the above photograph, showing the eight cards and envelopes you can make with the kit. When I made the first two cards, I tried my best to follow the directions, but as you'll see, I had fun creating my own designs.
The front of the envelope is as pretty as the card.
And, then there is this pretty envelope and card.
The back of the envelopes have scalloped flaps with string ties.
Now, the fun began for me to get creative using the rest of the supplies in the kit.
I cut up an envelope to make this card.
I cut up the other envelope to make this card.
I used a 12" x 12" piece of Crumb Cake Cardstock and some of the leftover pieces from the Kit to make this scrapbook layout.
Paper Pumpkin Kits are fun to receive in the mail each month. They also make fabulous gifts for children and adults of all ages. You can learn more about subscribing to Paper Pumpkin here. I appreciate you selecting me as your demonstrator if you decide to subscribe.
This is a short video showing how to put together this kit. Thank you for stopping by today. Have a tremendous Thursday!!!