NEW Video: August Paper Pumpkin Kit Reveal

Click on the Stampin’ Up! Video image above and meet the August Paper Pumpkin kit!  Learn more here about adding a Paper Pumpkin pre-paid subscription to your next Stampin’ Up! order and getting your monthly artistic fix.  Simple.  Easy.  Fun.

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GET PAST PAPER PUMPKIN KITS!  It’s never too late to join Paper Pumpkin, and get the past kits! They are ONLY available to current Paper Pumpkin subscribers.

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8 Comments:

  1. THANKS Mary! Just got my kit yesterday and will putting it together this week with a friend. I can already see some ‘OUT OF THE BOX’ ideas for this kit.

  2. Mary Terlizzi

    Thank you Mary for your video today. I wasn’t sure how to tackle this new Paper Pumpkin kit. You make everything look so easy!

  3. I already know I’ll want to order a refill for this kit!

  4. Carol Carriveau

    Thanks for sharing this August kit….it is fabulous…..cannot wait to get mine…just resigned and hoping I get this one!

  5. Bravo! I love hearing all this enthusiasm!

  6. Beverly Forsberg

    Hi Mary,

    Thank you for sending the new Holiday Catalog, there are so many exciting new products! I will need to sit down and plan what I need to order first! I have a question, I like to add embellishments to my cards, but do not want to pay extra postage. So lately, my cards have been flat, without ribbon and one dimensional (99% of the cards that I make are mailed.) I started a little goal for myself…..I mail one card a day to someone, to bless their day and to let them know that I am thinking of them. Any suggestions on adding some depth and texture to a card, but still be able to mail them with a regular envelope and stamp?

    Many thanks and thank you for your blog and daily inspiration!

    Bev. Forsberg

    • Great question, Bev. The key to keeping postage down is to use layers but nothing that could be constructed as “rigid” or a “bump,” requiring added postage. I have reached a point that I feel it’s worth the extra dimension, beauty, embellishments as well as the extra postage (be sure to get the butterfly “non-machinable” stamps that are perfect for hand crafted cards). I love your idea to send a card each day. They don’t do a lot of good sitting in a box and can change lives when delivered! M

  7. Hi Mary, I hate to bother you, but I am trying to order the Demonstrator $99 kit. I have signed the electronic paperwork. I don’t know why I am having trouble figuring that out. Perhaps you could email me tomorrow, or call 256-534-6312 at your convenience. Thank you. Cathy Stelzleni

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