I love it when I get happy mail. Today’s post is a card I received from a friend and customer that wanted to use up her left over My Paper Pumpkin kit from a while back. What a way to make my day!
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I have been busy lately trying to catch up on completing my unused My Paper Pumpkin kits and a few alternatives too. Today’s card is one that I made from leftovers from the July 2018 Picnic Paradise kit. I used the tissue paper as a layer and then added a crumb cake piece textured with the Basket Weave #146841 Textured Impressions Embossing Folder. I then just added leftover elements from the kit to complete the sweet card.
Today’s post is a quick and simple post using the left overs from the Stampin Up You’re My Anchor My Paper Pumpkin Kit. I added coordinating cardstock and texture the whisper white piece with the Seaside Textured Impressions Embossing Folder #141481 from Stampin Up. I then just utilized the leftovers from the kit to create a nautical card.
Today’s post is straight out of the May 2018 Stampin Up My Paper Pumpkin kit- Manly Moments. I am catching up and completing the kits so I decided to just do them as designed so I have some manly cards on hand.
Todays card is an alternate design for the Stampin Up April 2018 My Paper Pumkin Kit – You;re My Anchor. I Punched a hole in the box lid from the kit and then added left over elements from the kit to create a card that fold flat to fit in an envelope.
Most schools have already started but for the ones that have not today is probably the day! To mark the occasion I made today’s card using left overs from the July 2018 My Paper Pumpkin kit called Picnic Paradise. I added texture to the card base using the Basket Weave Dynamic Textuews Impressions Embossing Folder.
The July My Paper Pumpkin kit called Picnic Paradise was adorable and the baskets were the perfect choice for me to make for a treat for my girlfriends at a recent luncheon we had.
I was lucky enough to get an extra kit from a customer who does not like the kits when they are not just cards so she keeps the ink and stamps and gives me the rest. Yay. So as a thanks to her I wanted to make something special so I saw this picnic table card from fellow demonstrator Rachel Tessman and knew it make the perfect thank you for giving me her extra kit. The foundation of the table was built as a bridge fold card and I added paper from the Stampin Up Wood Textures #144177 DSP collection to make the table look realistic. The rest of the table was created using left overs from the Picnic Paradise My Paper Pumpkin kit.