Happy Anniversary Paper Pumpkin!
It’s hard to believe that it’s been 5 years.
And the kits just keep getting better and better!
So will you be receiving the FREE anniversary gift?
If you are a subscriber then YES! You automatically get the the Free gift in your kit!
Not a subscriber then NO! But you can fix that today!
The 5th Anniversary Paper Pumpkin Kit includes not only a Free Gift but also a Custom Designed Box! And I love using those special boxes for storage!
Details about this kit:
The free gift complements the kit but is not needed to complete the kit.
The free gift is exclusive to the March Paper Pumpkin kit and cannot be found anywhere else.
The free gift is a crafting product with a wide range of use that can be used on a variety of papercrafting projects.
The free gift holds an approximate retail value of $6-$8 USD/$8-$10 CAD when compared to similar products offered by Stampin’ Up!.
Subscribe between February 11–March 10 at 11:50 PM (MT).
I love surprise gifts, how about you…can you hardly wait to see what it is?
And from me you will receive a FREE case to store your stamps as you collect them. Each kit includes exclusive stamps found no where else plus individual ink spots. I’m sure you will want to keep them all together for future projects!
We’ve been told this kit is gorgeous, collectible, and is almost sure to go down in
Paper Pumpkin history as an all-time customer favorite!
DON’T MISS OUT!
Ways to Subscribe:
GOOD – Give it a try – Simply order this one kit and give it a try. NO OBLIGATION! And you get to keep the free gifts! *Can be added to any order to earn Sale-a-bration gifts.
Just popping in today with a quick post. I’m sharing one of the cards we’ll be making at Thursday’s Simply Beautiful Card Class. It uses the same stamp set I used yesterdaybut in a totally different way. Yesterday I colored a bit with the Blends and today I created a monochromatic card in Berry Burst.
The stamp set is called Heartfelt Blooms and you can receive it FREE during Sale-A-Bration! That’s right, FREE! With every $50 you purchase you get to choose a Free product from the Sale-A-Bration brochure.
So what are your thoughts about the look of this image? Do you like the photographic look? I’m thinking it’s really cool. It’s what Stampin’ Up! is calling a Distinctive stamp. It’s a stamp that lays down ink at different opacities giving the image more depth….so it looks like a photographic finish. What I’m loving is that it looks beautiful stamped in any color and when you stamp it in smoky slate it looks great with added color.
Would you like to receive this card as happy mail? If the answer is yes leave a comment. I’m picking someone from the comments each day to receive the posted card. So stop back often.
Reminders for Local Classes
Simply Beautiful Card Class
Thursday, Feb 22 at 10:00 am and 6:30 pm
Perennial Birthday Project Kit Class Tuesday, Feb 27 at 6:30pm
If you can’t make the Perennial Birthday Kit Class in my studio on the Feb 27 I will be doing it again at Evans Place in Jasper on Saturday, March 10 at 4:00pm. You can register on their Facebook event If you have questions please contact me
My card today is one of three cards I created using the Heartfelt Blooms stamp set in the Sale-A-Bration catalog. It’s a new type of stamp that Stampin’ Up! has developed that lays down ink at different opacities giving the finished image more depth. I’m not sure how it’s done I just know that it makes the flowers in this image look real. And the best part…you can get this set completely FREE with a $50 order!
I kept the color scheme and layout of the card very basic so that the flower was the real focal point.
The image looks great in all different colors but on this card I chose Smokey Slate so that I could add some color using the Calypso Coral and Daffodil Delight Stampin’ Blends. All I did was color right over the image. If you haven’t tried our new alcohol markers yet you really need to. They make coloring easy with no stress. Take it from a gal that never favored coloring until now.
Stamping your sentiment right across part of your image is something that newer stampers wouldn’t often think to do. I love the single focal point look and It’s a great way to be able to use a larger sentiment when there appears to be not enough space.
Scatter a few adhesive backed pearls on your card to add that little something extra.
I’m having fun giving away the cards I post every day. All you need to do is make a comment and the next day I announce who I’ve randomly chosen to receive the card of the day. If chosen you have 3 days to email me your address. If you would like to join the fun below to comment. Not sure what to say…then just let me know which you use more of…rhinestones or pearls?
Stop back tomorrow when I’ll be sharing another way to use the Heartfelt Blooms stamp set.
If you’re local, you don’t want to miss out on my two upcoming classes this month!
Simply Beautiful Card Class and the Perennial Birthday Project Kit.
You’ll find the dates and times on my events calendar and from there you can click toget registered. REMEMBER…the Perennial Birthday Class is a PrePay Class. You are not registered until you have signed up and made payment. Payment is due for the Kit Class on Wednesday Feb 21. Looking forward to stamping with you!
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