Paper Pumpkin Repeat

Normally at this time of the month I’d be sharing the newest Paper Pumpkin Kit.  Well it did arrive last Friday and I have been really enjoying it….but I can’t share it yet.  Why???

I have 7 wonderful guests joining me at my first Paper Pumpkin workshop on Thursday and most of them are not Paper Pumpkin subscribers.  So I do want to keep the kit a surprise for them.  But I promise to share it along with the fun alternatives I’ve created before the end of the week.

I was getting my displays ready for the workshop to show everyone the amazing versatility of these kits.  The next thing you know I’m getting creative with some of the little bits and pieces I had left over.  I’m still in awe at all you get in these kits (but I’ve said that many times before).  So in honor of Paper Pumpkin time I thought I’d share with you some other creations with one of the older Paper Pumpkin kits

I was focused on the June kit which was called Pinwheel party.  I shared that with you the first time here.

The below ideas were inspired by Pinterest and held with the red, white and blue theme of the kit.  But really they are not 4th of July “cards” per se.

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For the  next card I wanted to get away from the Red, White and Blue…..Look how cute.  I used the stamps from the Pumpkin kit to create this fun celebration card.  It could be used for a birthday card or really any type of celebration card.  Just goes to show that while everything you need to create projects come in the Paper Pumpkin Box….sometimes its good to step out of the box too!

paper pumpkin July "out of the box"

Are you a subscriber yet?  Well now is the time to join in the fun.  You can read more about Paper Pumpkin here but don’t forget about the promotion going on right now for new subscribers too!  Any questions, you know where to find me.

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About mach1vn

Wife, Mom, Sister, Daughter, Finance Professional and addicted to paper.
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