Thursday, August 8, 2013

Paper Pumpkin Stamps

Card made with Stampin'UP! Washi Tape and stamps from The Paper Pumpkin Welcome KitThis card was made with stamps from the Paper Pumpkin Welcome Kit. I'm a bit behind in posting cards from convention - this was my contribution to our ShoeBox Trade.

There's lots to say about this card, but for now I'll be short and just say that the stamps on this card are from the Paper Pumpkin Welcome Kit.  

What is the Paper Pumpkin Kit???  This is Stampin'UP!'s cute name for a monthly craft kit subscription service by mail.
  • You get a new kit each month, always a surprise
  • Projects vary - they could be cards, mini-albums or something else paper crafty
  • Projects are quick and easy and EVERYTHING is included, you just need adhesive
Normally the kits are $19.95 a month, but when you sign-up during August using the special promo code you'll get your first 2 months for only $10 a month. Promo code:  PUMPKINDEAL

  • Would you like a quick easy project each month? Easy to assemble and all the planning is done for you.
  • Looking for a way to build up a supply of ink pad colors at a manageable price and pace?  Each kit comes with a little 1" ink spot. Use them like a regular ink pad and they can be re-inked too!
  • Want to build up a supply of basic stamps?  So far the stamps that have come in the kits have been sentiments and background stamps.  I use the stamps from my Welcome Kit all the time.
  • Worried about getting into something you can't get out of?  You can quit this one any time, there are no minimums!
If any of this sounds good to you then consider subscribing - for the promotional price of only $10 a month for August and Sept you just can't go wrong. And you can quit any time.

By the way: I do send out an email once a month with ideas for how to use the extras from the kits.  Ideas for other ways to use the stamps and inks.  So if you do decide to sign-up and if you want my monthly ideas by email then be sure to choose me as your demonstrator for this subscription:  Katie Johnson, Stoughton WI.

These are the stamps from the Welcome Kit.  Don't you love the "splotches"?  What a great background.

And I love the font on the words "hey there". And remember, by inking with a marker you can use just the word "hey" or just the word "friend" or the phrase "hey there".

And here's a few more ideas for how to use them.
Remember: to get the the promotional price for $10 for the first 2 months you have to use the promocode.

Happy Stamping

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