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Showing posts from January, 2016

What is in the Case?

So, continuing from last week......what am I storing in my stamp case? Using my Paper Pumpkin kit, I made an assortment of birthday and anniversary cards that fit nicely in the case. It also contains postage stamps, a Stampin' Write marker and my list of important dates. I can grab this handy kit and send out cards in a snap! Each month, I can swap out the calendar in the front sleeve to track the date. It is the perfect size to take with me and stores nicely on my desk. This kit definitely helped me plan a year of birthdays!

What did you create this week? I hope you will share with us over at the My Pumpkin Challenge. Join us next week for a new Challenge for February.

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Don't Blink!

January is already more than halfway over. Wow. Big box stores already have Valentine's merchandise out. I guess they have since before Christmas. I am not ready for January to end yet. Maybe I should be prepping for Easter, I kid.

I set up my December Paper Pumpkin kit in one of the Stampin' Up! stamp cases. I can easily slip each month in the front for display. I stamped each month on some grid paper to track important dates such as birthdays and anniversaries. I can store all twelve months of important dates inside the stamp case. Can you guess what else I am storing in the stamp case? Be sure to stop by next week to see how I am using my Paper Pumpkin kit!

I hope you will visit the My Pumpkin Challenge for more inspiration. While you are there share your Paper Pumpkin creations!

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Hello 2016!

Happy New Year!! I hope the first six days of 2016 have treated you well. I look forward to a fresh start. I think the latest Paper Pumpkin kit was designed to get us going for a Full Year of Fun! I think each kit is so unique and has lots of potential. As you can see above, I chose to make a Happy January card this week for the My Pumpkin Challenge. I thought the designer series paper that was in kit was too pretty to cover up, so my card is pretty basic, I did run the gold foil paper through an embossing folder to add some texture to the card, but the paper is the highlight.

What did you choose to create with your latest kit? Did you make the calendar or change it up? I hope you will share your creations over at the My Pumpkin Challenge.

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