How many times are you wanting to craft, but you’re just not feeling creative or you don’t see yourself as creative EVER, but you like to craft (sort of how I feel about gardening, lots of energy no skill LOL)? Well Stampin’ Up has thought of that. Paper Pumpkin delivers an all-inclusive paper craft kit to your door every month! It’s like a little bit of Christmas surprise each month because even though they give you hints about what’s inside – like whether it’s cards, tags, small cards or treat bags – and a theme – like March’s Theme hint is ‘Think daffodils, raindrops, and a fresh spring vibe’ you never quite know what’s inside until you open the box! How fun is that?! And when you do open the box, EVERYTHING you need to make the project is right there, ready to go. Take it with you to do with friends or stay in and create in the comfort of your own home. Either way, Paper Pumpkin makes it easy to craft. The Subscription is just $22/month including shipping.
These pictures are from my February kit – Lovely Day. I followed the instructions (I know, it was a struggle) for all of the cards, since this was my first kit as a subscriber. And I have to say, it was pretty easy! Kim, my friend and co-worker started on it at lunch one day. It was so much fun! Aren’t they cute? Next month I will make some of the beautiful alternatives I saw other ladies post on Pinterest. So cute!
Subscribe for Paper Pumpkin no later than March 10th and you will not only get the regular kit, but also to celebrate 7 years of PP, they’re sending you an extra stamp set in the March kit.
I will tell you I JUST recently signed up for Paper Pumpkin, well because mostly I wasn’t sure I’d like someone making all my crafting decisions for me and also because well what if I don’t like the month’s project!!? I was relieved to know that if the month’s hints don’t sound interesting to me (like Halloween Treat bags? I’m an empty nester! What ever would I do with those?!!) then I can just skip that month. So easy! And the two kits I’ve done, I have LOVED. The first kit I got when I became a Demonstrator. My friend Annette and I did it one night over drinks and we not only had fun doing it, but we split the project so we each got some to take home. So fun and lots of laughs. Sign up today and you’ll be crafting by mid-month!