For today’s card I combined the Stampin Up Jar of Love #141587 stamp set with the You’re a Gem stamp set from a My Paper Pumpkin kit to make this cute jar of gems. To finish, I blinged it up with glitter tape and rhinestones because a girl can never have too much sparkle in her life!
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I decided to use up the stickers, pom pom from the March 2017 My Paper Pumpkin Bunnies and Buddies stamp set and the coordinating background DSP from the Playful Palette DSP #141657 paper stack from Stampin Up to create a simple card. The flower is stamped using the bunny ear image from the Bunnies and Buddies stamp set. The centers of bottom petals are the left over stickers from the March kit. The top flowers are also stamped using the bunny ear stamped directly on a piece of DSP and then hand cut out to create a layered flower. I added the pom pom center and stamped the sentiment from the Dragonfly Dreams #142924 stamp set.
Today’s post features the Many Happy Birthdays kit from the February My Paper Pumpkin kit. It was super cute and easy to complete these cards. Love how you pull the sentiment to reveal the whole message.
These treats were made using the September 2016 My Paper Pumpkin kit from Stampin Up. Everything came to put these together except for the treats. I also created the card below using the Something Good to Eat Stamp set that cam with the September kit
Today’s post is a simple post using the stamp from the Stampin UpMarch 2016 Pocketful of Cheer My Paper Pumkin kit. I just randomly stamped the floral images and used the Wink of Stella pen to make them glimmer. I added the 2 punched pieces with the sentiment was happy with the alternate way to use the Pocketful of Cheer stamp set
Today’s post is a sweet card using the bonus stampset -All About Everything as part of my Paper Pumpkin kit a few months back. I stamped the background and the flower before adding the handcut flower pot.
I love receiving my monthly My Paper Pumpkin kits in the mail. The kits come with most everything that you need to make the project or cards. Usually there is plenty of stuff left over so you can get creative using some coordinating stuff from your stash. The featured set is called Pocketful of Cheer and the kit comes with cards and coordinating envelopes. It was a lot of fun coming up with the alternate designs.