Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Expressions in Color
It is the last Tuesday of the month, so it is time for our Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Blog Hop! Such a great group of talented Demonstrators! We love Paper Pumpkin and we want to share that love by showing you some alternate projects to extend the life of your kit! Ready? Let’s go!
This month’s kit is called Expressions In Color…there are some In Colors showcased in this kit, from the new this year collection and from last year’s collection! Here is what came in the box!
This month’s kit also coordinated with the DSP, which I will be sending to my subscribers and playing with soon!
These are the cards that were created from the box. I always make one of each of the kit cards or projects.
I ended up using the skeletons from the punched out leaves to create my 3 cards…kinda got on a roll. I changed up the colors and then also used the die from the Artistic Dies to cut out the vellum flowers and inked the back of them as well as use one of the Bumblebee cards to create another flower. It was an inky sort of day in the studio! 🙂 Enjoy!
If you have any questions on how I did these, you can ask in the comments or check out my biz page on fb…the first card was done yesterday for Paper Pumpkin Playdate and you can see that HERE. Now it is time to keep on hopping and commenting as you hop on over to Charmane Hopkins and see what fun projects she created for you!
Thank you for reading and taking this crafting journey with me! It’s nice to have you along! Enjoy your own Stampin’, Scrappin’, and Craftin’ journey! Please leave a comment and let me know your thoughts about this project. Feel free to CASE my projects and share them in the comments below! I love to see what others create!
Supplies Used to make the Cards:
- Expressions In Color Paper Pumpkin kit
- Added Inks – Polished Pink, Fresh Fresia
- Added cardstock – Pale Papaya, Evening Evergreen, Basic White
- Artistic Dies
- Basic White cardstock
- Paper Trimmer
- Paper Snips
- Clear Blocks
- Multi Purpose Liquid Glue
Any and all of these wonderful items, you can find at JuneOlsen.stampinup.net
Right now, While Supplies Last, the Last Chance Products for the Spring Mini Catalog (retiring) are listed. This special end TOMORROW! When they are gone, they are gone. Check them out HERE!
Since this is my Birthday Month, I am doing a MYSTERY HOST GIVEAWAY! For every $55 (that’s going to be my new age) in total Stampin’ Rewards, I will draw another name!
Next month’s kit is The Adventure Begins and looks like a great one for camping and the outdoors!
- Contains enough supplies to create twelve cards and coordinating envelopes.
- Card size: 4-1/4” x 5-1/2” (10.8 x 14cm)
- Envelope size: 4-1/2” x 5-3/4” (11.4 x 14.6 cm)
- Comes with a Stampin’ Spot plus an exclusive Stamp Set.
- Includes inspirational sentiments and adventure-themed imagery featuring these nature-inspired coordinating colors: Basic Black, Basic White, Bermuda Bay, Crushed Curry, Early Espresso, Flirty Flamingo, Garden Green, Granny Apple Green, Mango Melody, Night of Navy.
This is a fun one especially if you are an outdoorsy kind of person! The longer you wait to subscribe, the better the chance you miss out. SUBSCRIBE HERE NOW!
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Wow. Your use of the negatives as stencils amazes me. Great job.
Thank you! I appreciate that!
Nice idea using the negatives…love it!
Thank you, Elizabeth! Been challenging myself to do that more.
I love the idea of using those negatives as a stencil thanks for sharing…pretty card too!
Thank you, Deb! You’re the one who has inspired me to use the negatives in the box! Thank you!
How fun are your cards gf!
Thank you, Darla!
Now those cards are cool!!!! What a great idea using those as stencils!!! yup-gonna try it!!! lol
Thank you, Joni! Glad you like them! Can’t wait to see what you come up with!
Love the way you’ve used the leftovers as stencils! Beautiful color choices!!
Thank you, Cheryl! Love those In Colors!