Have you seen the kit for September? OMG, so cute! Not signed up for Paper Pumpkin yet? Come and make one of these treat bags and check out some of the past kits. I’m sure you will find another Paper Pumpkin kit you will want to do as well. Stampin’ Up! is doing amazing things to help in the cause of Breast Cancer.
Stamp Out Breast Cancer!
When: Friday, October 2nd, 6:30-8:30pm
Cost: $5, and I will waive the fee if you sign up for Paper Pumpkin while at class.
To show our support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we’re going PINK . . . or at least our October boxes are! And because we know our subscribers want to share the love too, we will be making a donation on their behalf to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF). Sign up HERE!
Stampin’ Up! will donate
$1 for every active Paper Pumpkin subscriber.
Plus, an additional $1 for every new subscriber.
New subscribers are those who signed up between September 11 and October 10, 2015 and have not been a Paper Pumpkin subscriber at any time in the past.
All funds will be donated in US dollars.
Mini spoiler alert! The October project inside the pink box is just as awesome as always, but we should probably let you know that it is not a pink project. That’s all we’re saying. 😉
Funds will be donated based on number of subscribers instead of boxes shipped. But, if you want more than one pink box, you can always increase your subscription quantity by logging into your account at PaperPumpkin.com before October 10.
Yes, you read the title correctly. The Mini Treat Bag can be turned into a card. Can you believe, there is NO stamping on this card? Oh no!, Fear not, lots of die cut elements from the Treat Bag are filling in for our stamped images. The bag is made from our 2015-2017 In Color Envelope Paper. This paper works great for this bag. Cardstock is a little stiff, Designer Paper is thinner, so the envelope paper is just right!
I added a piece of Whisper White cardstock cut at, 3 1/2″ x 4 3/4″ for the insert. You could stamp on this piece, but I left mine plain.
The Clothes Pin is covered with the Everyday Chic Washi Tape. I used the Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer paper and Gold Metallic Thread. The whole piece is just clipped on with the Clothes Pin.
This is the first card in my Card Class for this month. I don’t know about you, but “man” cards are the hardest for me. I’m all about flowers, glimmer paper, etc. So I saw something similar to my card on Pinterest, and knew this would be perfect for my “man” card. I love Black and Cherry Cobbler together. You are probably wondering……what stamp set are those stamps from? Paper Pumpkin past kits. I know the Dude stamp is from April 2015 kit, but I didn’t write the month for the HAPPY BIRTHDAY stamp.
I colored the White Perfect Accents black with a Sharpie Marker. Added just a little strip of the Black Glimmer Paper.
Here is how I cut the Cherry Cobbler piece. I started with the largest Deco Labels Framelits and cut off the circle on each side. Sanded it just a little as its hard to take the whole circle off. The Black piece is the next smallest of the Framelits and it covers most of it anyway. The Designer Paper is from the Go Wild 6″ x 6″ Paper pack.
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