Did you know that Paper Pumpkin and I have something amazing in common? We are both celebrating our 10 year anniversary this month! WOO HOO! And boy have we come a long way!!!!! When I look back I had so much to learn! I never even imagined I’d have a blog….I didn’t know how to watermark my photos and my photography has come a long way. (There’s still room for improvement there.) I’m celebrating my anniversary with 10 days of Giveaways, a card swap (details coming soon), exclusive tutorials, some of my favorite card designs, and more!
Paper Pumpkin has come a long way too! We want to celebrate how much we’ve grown!
In celebration of Paper Pumpkin’s 10-year anniversary, this month’s kit includes a FREE stamp set to add versatility and creative possibilities to your projects. With unique plant and pot builder designs, there’s no better time to sign up or renew your Paper Pumpkin subscription and get your FREE stamp set!
This month’s kit is all about happy greetings, organic and botanical designs digitally painted by our in-house artists, along with all-occasion sentiments to celebrate the happy moments in life and recognize the people around you who help you grow! Let them know you recognize their support at different chapters of your life by sending them heartfelt cards with happy, fresh, and colorful designs! This kit will make all your projects plant-astic!
ABOUT THE KIT
Name: Ten Years of Growth
This kit includes:
- All the supplies you need to create 9 cards: 3 each of 3 designs; and coordinating envelopes.
- An all-occasion stamp set to recognize the people in your life who help you grow with greetings and beautiful botanical images.
- 1 Polished Pink Classic Stampin’ Spot
- Paper pieces and embellishments with digitally-painted designs and images.
- Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals.
- 1 FREE additional stamp set, which includes a plant and pot builder to make plant-astic projects!
Completed card size: 5-1/2″ x 4-1/4″
Coordinating Stampin’ Up! colors: Shaded Spruce, Garden Green, Coastal Cabana, Orchid Oasis, Fresh Freesia, Polished Pink, Crumb Cake
Click HERE to SUBSCRIBE to Paper Pumpkin
*You must subscribe before March 10th to receive this month’s kit. Contact me if you have any questions or need help,
Let’s get to today’s random winner….Mary Hopfner. Congratulations Mary! Email me your address and I will put the kit to create the bay window fun fold card (featured HERE) in the mail to you! Everyone was quick to pick up the missing element from the Tic Tac Toe Challenge board! Way to go! I appreciate you taking the time to comment!
Here’s our winners so far!
Day 1- Dawne– Hello, Irresistible card kit & tutorial
Day 2 – Mary Hopfner – bay window fun fold card kit
Day 3 – ??? It could be YOU!– Paper Pumpkin Box
Email me (email@example.com) your address to claim your prize!
Have a great day!
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Just Stampin’ Rewards
I appreciate each and every order! Here are the things you can expect when you place an online order with me in March:
- Handmade thank you card in the mail with any order.
- 10 FREE Tutorials (in honor of my 10th anniversary as a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator) featuring the Hello, Irresistible Bundle when you purchase the bundle from me in March. You’ll have 10 project ideas to start creating right away! You will also receive a card kit to create one of the cards featured in the tutorial.*Remember to add the current host code when you check out. Current Host Code: 46BEX4DP
*Click on the image below to purchase.
- FREE Gift when you subscribe/renew your Paper Pumpkin subscription before March 10th. Click HERE to SUBSCRIBE.
- Mystery Box– This is a gift from me to you when you place a $100 order with me (before tax and shipping) using the host code. Mystery boxes are filled with retired Stampin’ Up! products like stamps, dies, paper, punches, accessories, and more. You’ll also receive a handmade party favor (in honor of my birthday this month).I am de-stashing my craft area and this is a way to celebrate and share my retired products with you!
SPECIAL OFFER!!! Make sure you have the right “tools” for the job!
Just Stampin’ Adhesive Tote
I’ve included my most used “go to” adhesives that I use for my card and 3D projects! This zipper tote includes:
- Stampin’ Dimensionals
- Tear & Tape
- Mini Glue Dots
- Multipurpose Liquid Glue
- Stampin’ SEAL
- Stampin’ SEAL refill
- My Favorite Precision Tip Applicator (Non Stampin Up!) *Just fill with Multipurpose Liquid Glue for your fine-tip projects (adhering small embellishments and detailed die cuts).
Cost: $45 (*Includes shipping & handling plus FREE zipper tote and 12 sheets of 6×6 Dandy Designs Designer Series Paper shown below.)
Put your adhesives to use right away making fun projects with this DSP!
Email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) with “Adhesive Tote” in the subject line. *Make sure you include your mailing address! Then send payment through PayPal. To do this, go to paypal.com, sign in or register for an account, click “Send” and fill in my email address (email@example.com). Fill in the amount ($45 which includes shipping), and Continue. If you do not use PayPal, you may send me a check.
23 thoughts on “Celebrate with Me…10 Years of Growth”
Congratulations on your 10 years with Stampin Up! I believe I’ve been following you since you started posting! I love your creative fresh designs! I cased your casino slot machine card a few years ago & it was amazing! Thanks for sharing!
Thanks Karen! It is always good to hear from you! One of these days I hope we can meet in Florida!
Congratulations on your anniversary. The last 10 years has definitely changed me. Hopefully I am wiser. Lol
Thanks MaryAnn! I hope I am a little wiser too! My kids may have something to say about that though. LOL
In the past 10 years cardmaking has taken over my life and was such a wonderful lifesaver during Covid. I’m enjoying it more and getting out of my comfort zone more, which is a good thing. Happy Anniversary to you, Jeanie.
Thanks Hilda! I couldn’t agree more about cardmaking being a lifesaver during Covid! I am glad you are trying new things. It is always hard to venture out from our comfort zone!
Congratulations on your ten year stampaversary! The biggest change for me in the last ten years has been becoming a GRANDMA…the best job ever!!!
Thanks Juleen! COngratulations on becoming a grandma! I am a bit jealous…hopefully one day I will have grandchildren! In the meantime we adopted a rescue dog and he has brought so much love and joy into our lives!!!
Thank you for creating such beautiful cards and sharing them with us. Love every minute I spend making cards. Happy Anniversary!
Thanks Nancy! I love spending time making cards too! It’s so relaxing and brings me joy knowing I get to send to someone and hopefully make them smile!
I’ve learned that changes don’t have to be scary. Looking back ten years reminds me of all of the good things that have happened so that I can anticipate the possibilities and the opportunities yet to come instead of just dwelling on the losses and sadnesses of those past years. Thanks for reminding us and encouraging us to do the same in our “craft lives” as well.
Nancy, you have a great perspective! Change isn’t easy…each day is a new adventure! Have a great day!
Congratulations on your 10 years. I not so scared to try different types of cards now.
Thanks so much! I’m glad you are trying different types of cards. Reach out if you ever have any questions. Have a great day!
Congratulations! Thanks for your ideas!
Congratulations on your 10 years. You have brought a lot of wonderful creative ideas into my little stamp world. Thank you for sharing.
Thanks Pat! And you have inspired me to create! Thank you for your support over the years!
As a new demonstrator 9 years ago I was so hesitant – I checked with my upline before each class I offered fro advice on the cards I was going to teach. Now I love searching blogs and Pinterest for cards I like and new techniques or designs for my classes.
Good for you Linda! Congratulations!
Congrats Jeanie on your anniversary with SU. You have done well my friend. I had 3 customers and now basically down to one since one died and the other buys from her sister. So, I struggle at times. But, I am finding more places to donate my cards to and working pretty hard on clearing out papers. I still struggle keeping stamps. I am always up for trying a new technique or using something new and different. If it didn’t work out, I am finding it easier to just put them in the recycle bin. Working on putting photos in the gallery and thinking my stuff is not good enough.
Your stuff is certainly good enough!!! Go for it! It is so nice that yu find places to donate your cards. Just think how many smiles you are putting on people’s faces!