Paper Pumpkin by Stampin Up is a monthly crafts subscription that delivers creativity right to your door. Each box will include everything needed to make stunning projects such as cards, home decor, gift packaging and much more!
Disclosure: Paper Pumpkin kindly sent me this box for review purposes. However, all opinions expressed in this post are 100% mine.
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- Every month expect to receive a unique stamp set with an ink spot (that won’t repeat a color in a 12-month period).
- The first kit also includes a free clear stamping block
- 2-3 stunning projects (everything is precut so you’re ready to get to the fun part of crafting!).
Everything inside our box this month!
The month of September was all about creating Fright-Delight themed goodie/treat bags!
The information card lists the link to the video detailing the project for the month – if you are a new crafter, the video is sure to make life easier! It also lists all the items included in your kit for the month, so you know exactly how many cards or boxes you can make right away. 🙂
Along with that, you also get a step-by-step instruction sheet. Super helpful and I always appreciate when instructions are crystal-clear. :)`
Let’s check out how my treat bags turned out.
As always started out with stamping the sentiments on the cards!
Next, I used the stickers to add more oomph on the stamped cards.
Added in the halloween themed wtine around the cards/labels.
Time to add in more spooky elements.
How adorable is this pumpkin?!
Once done with the embellishments ont he labels – I busted out the themed-goodie bags.
…And attached the labels with all the spooky shebang onto the filled goodie bags. I mean seriously how spookingly delicious do they look?!
This was such a fun month by Paper Pumpkin. While I love decorating the cards, I always get excited to see another variation and these Halloween themed goodie bags were just perfect for the upcoming trick-or-treating season! 🙂
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