November Paper Pumpkin!

By | November 24, 2016

Happy Thanksgiving!  I hope you have a wonderful day spent with loved ones:)

It’s Paper Pumpkin time!  This month’s kit is called Wonderful Winterland and it came it a special edition blue holiday box.  It includes supplies to make 8 4-1/4″ x 3″ cards.  The kit includes two Stampin’ Spot ink pads in Dapper Denim and Pear Pizzazz, a 9 piece photopolymer stamp set, 8 Dapper Denim envelopes, 8 Whisper White card bases, 8 sheets of vellum, and 8 each of 3 different laser die cuts (they are pictured already punched out), white and silver baker’s twine, white sequins, glue dots and dimensionals.


Here’s a closer look at the stamp set.  I particularly love the swirly font on the sentiments!


I really need Christmas cards, and the standard cards out of the box are so cute!!!  So I made 7 of them, with just a few enhancements.  I added some silver embossing to the sentiment and trees.


On this first card, I sponged Versamark ink on the tops of the trees very lightly.  Then, I added Silver Stampin’ Emboss Powder and heat set.  I also embossed the snowflakes.


On this next card, I sponged Pear Pizzazz ink on the trees as well.  I think I like this one better.

You may notice that all my cards are going in the opposite direction as the instructions.  I actually did that on purpose.  I noticed that there was a slight difference between the two sides of the laser cuts and I preferred the back sides.  So, I reversed all my cards.  Because I did this, I couldn’t use the tree stamp to color my laser cut trees, so instead I used a sponge.  I love the way my cards turned out.

After sponging on the Pear Pizzazz ink, I rubbed the trees with an Embossing Buddy, then sponged Versamark ink on the tops of the trees and embossed in silver.


Aren’t the envelopes cute?  They have white areas for the address.  It almost looks like a window cut out, but it’s actually just printed white.

For my alternative idea, I decided to create an oval window in the trees.  I cut out my oval first with the Layering Ovals Framelits, then I embossed the top layer with the Woodland Textured Impression Embossing Folder.


I layered Silver Glimmer Paper and then the three Paper Pumpkin laser cuts.  Then, to add some more sparkle, I used a Wink of Stella Glitter Pen to paint over the trees and roof tops.  It’s hard to see in the photo, the one below shows the glitter a little better.

I finished off my card with a Silver Foil “Noel” die cut using the Wonderful Wreath Framelits, and a darling silver bell Christmas Trinkets Embellishment.


Want more alternative ideas?  Sign up for Paper Pumpkin with me as your demonstrator and I’ll give you at least 8 FREE tutorials each month of projects you can create with the kit and a few extra supplies.  All the ideas are exclusive.  You won’t find them on my blog or any other social media.  I belong to a group a super talented demonstrators that work hard to put these tutorials together for our customers each month.  The ideas are super creative and I know you’re going to love them.  To learn more, see the Paper Pumpkin tab on my blog.  Sign up by the 10th of the month to receive the next kit HERE.

Supplies used on my Paper Pumpkin projects:

Don’t forget to take advantage of the Online Extravaganza going on this week.  Click on the photo below for a link to my online store where you can see all the products and savings.


Also, don’t miss the 24 hour sale on Monday, November 28th.


For anyone who purchases $50 or more during the Online Extravaganza, I’ll send you a thank you card and small gift to show my appreciation.

Thank you for being a loyal customer and enjoy your day!!!!

Tami Hewlett

2 thoughts on “November Paper Pumpkin!

  1. Tami Hewlett

    This card mostly uses the November 2016 Paper Pumpkin Kit. I also used the Wonderful Wreath Framelits (U.S. Annual Catalog p. 192), and the Woodland Textured Impression Embossing Folder — only available online.

  2. Ginette Lelièvre

    J’adore cette carte. Mais où se trouve le jeu de timbre ? Dans quel catalogue et à quel page ?

    Ginette Lelièvre


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