Thursday, April 12, 2018

Thursday Treasure: Stampin' Up! OnStage Swaps!


March 2018 Paper Pumpkin Kit "May Good Things Grow" Images©Stampin' Up!


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March 2018 is Paper Pumpkin’s 5th anniversary, and along with celebrating five amazing years of creating and sharing together,  they also found a way to say thank you to their friends with an amazing March kit which includes a fantastic, FREE gift—a pack of beautiful wood embellishments.
Because this is such a special anniversary for Paper Pumpkin, a lot of love went into creating this kit, and they hope you’re as crazy about it as they are. Its vintage floral design with seed packet envelopes is a first for Stampin’ Up! and they have to say—the Paper Pumpkin team just about fell out of their chairs when they first saw it. It’s uniquely beautiful, collectible, and almost sure to go down in Paper Pumpkin history as an all-time customer favorite!



While I was watching the video and going through my kit I fell in love with all of the super cute materials; however, I was also inspired with some great alternative projects. Below is my first alternative using the stamp set.  

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Card measurements: 4 1/4" x 5 1/2"

Materials Used:
March 2018 Paper Pumpkin Kit Stamp Set
Thick Whisper White Cardstock 140272
Whisper White Cardstock 100730
Rose Red Cardstock 102544
Regal Stampin Write Markers 131262
Subtles Stampin Write Markers 131263
Snail Adhesive 104332

Instructions:
Cut thick whisper white cardstock 4 1/4" x 11", score @ 5 1/2"
Cut rose red cardstock 4 1/8" x 5 5/16"
Cut whisper white cardstock 4" x 51/4"

Using the wild wasabi stampin write markers to ink up leaf image. Once finished stamp image according to your design pattern. Next use rose red stampin write marker to ink up floral image stamp. Let your creativity flow and stamp floral image according to your taste.  *When creating your own background there is no wrong or right way*. The best way is to let your creativity spirit be your inspiration. 

Once all the stamping is complete use the snail adhesive and attach your background layer to the rose red cardstock. Next attached everything to your card base. Next using the rose red ink stamp your sentiment on the top layer. Voila your super quick and easy alternative  is complete.  You can create a matching envelope for that little something extra. Now this project is ready for that someone special.

Just think it only took about an hour to create this super cute alternative. If you feel this something you would like to do, check out the subscribe now link below. I guarantee you will love being a paper pumpkin subscriber.



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