On My Mind…

A kit in this post brings focus on new ways to maximize it’s value. 

Paper Pumpkin by Stampin’Up!  is a monthly kit that is all-inclusive and primarily a card kit but also has other fun items from time to time to keep the kit fresh and fun. Things like treat boxes, gift tags  and seasonal items.  Kits have expanded to give us the opportunoity to include stamp sets and papers we may own or add-on pieces to coordinate and expand our creativity.   Here are samples of the July kit’s cards and two other items made by combining on-hand coordinating items.  

Everything you see on the four card fronts pictured above are included in the kit…so they were easy to make and didn’t need glue or sizzors…or anything!

This treat box was made by coordinating kit contents with the ‘Sailing Home’ bundle and paper from the ‘Come Sale Away’ designer series paper.  

This fourth card was an original creation inspired by the kit’s contents.  The inside is a paper from ‘Garden Lane’ designer series paper and punch out items from the kit.

Didn’t want to forget and show you the quality-lined envelopes that come with the kit. 


Hope this post inspires you to learn more about Paper Pumpkin and  see how this quality product can give you a way to easily make unique cards and other items.  

If you want more information, here is a link to do that:  

Paper Pumpkin

While Paper Pumpkin is a monthly kit, here are other kits to consider

Kits that Spur Creativity


As always, if you do not have a demonstrator I would be thrilled to be yours.  Just let me know.  And if you have the July Paper Pumpkin kit, I hope you will share your own creations so others can be inspired to make their own unique items.





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