I needed a few more thank you notes and it was Paper Pumpkin to the rescue! I love getting these all inclusive kits in the mail every month! Many times I do my own thing with the supplies in the kit and it’s just nice to have everything precut and ready to go. It makes it quick & easy to create. With my fractured elbow and limited mobility at the moment, I need easy! I used the Love Notes from the January Paper Pumpkin kit to make thank you notes.
The kit contained supplies for 16 projects and included the Heartfelt Love Notes Photopolymer Stamp set and Rich Razzleberry Stampin’ Spot.
I stamped the sentiment from Rose Wonder stamp set on the banner and adhered it over the heart. I also stamped the inside with a sentiment from So Many Shells stamp set and used the scalloped die cut note cards (included in the kit) to write a personal message. I love how these notes tuck in the pocket and tie with a bow.
If you are a current Paper Pumpkin subscriber, you can purchase refill kits (while supplies last) from my online store. The refill kit comes with everything except the stamp set and ink spot for just $8! What a deal…that’s just .50 a card (and that includes the envelope)! I will be buying more of these! You can buy the refill kit and use other stamps from your collection as I did for mine.
Here’s the video showcasing the intended projects but you can use them to tuck in all kinds of notes and/or candy treats, etc. (I am going to put a couple of Merci chocolates in each to give out at Physical Therapy this week.)
Did you know Paper Pumpkin and I share an anniversary? I joined Stampin’ Up in March (during Sale-A-Bration to take advantage of the extra free gifts)!! This year will mark Paper Pumpkin’s 5th anniversary! Can you guess what anniversary I will be celebrating? Leave me a comment and the first person to guess correctly will receive some blog candy! March is going to be filled with all kinds of fun surprises! If you paused your Paper Pumpkin subscription or haven’t tried it out yet, you are going to want to sign up before March 10th. The March Paper Pumpkin kit will include a free gift to celebrate their anniversary.
Here’s a quick video showcasing the kits from last year.
Paper Pumpkin kits have improved so much over the years and I can’t wait to see what new surprises they have in store for the year ahead. I suggest you purchase a prepaid Paper Pumpkin subscription during Sale-A-Bration and earn FREE items!
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7 thoughts on “Paper Pumpkin To The Rescue!”
Hi Jeanie….hope you are coming along and the healing is right on track. I think you have been doing SU for 3 years. I love seeing your projects and you are a great inspiration. Enjoy the day!
Hi Jeanie, my guess is you have been doing Stampin Up for 4 years. Love the thank you note idea with this month PP. So many other options and they send a lot of supplies too. Hope your elbow is doing better. Take care of yourself.
Hope you are improving everyday and will soon be all healed! I am going to guess you have been a Demonstrator for 5 years! I am missing your daily blogs and cute cards and ideas! Hurry and get well!
I have no educated guess, but have been following your blog for over a year, maybe two, so I know it’s more than that! Guessing 6 years!?
Great use of the PP kit. Last year I gave my PT treats too. I have no idea of how many years and everyone has used 3,4,5, and 6 years so I guess I will just say 7 since the first person with the number wins! I do have a bit of a competitive edge! I have not used my kit yet as I wasn’t sure what to make and so I am hoarding it until a perfect idea pops into my head. I love alternative ideas. Glad to see you back to posting. I hope they go easier on you in the torture chamber since they received chocolate!