I wanted to give a big thank you to everyone who placed orders during the Online Extravaganza! I’ve sent personalized thank yous to each of you, along with a special gift:)
This week, there are new Weekly Deals from Stampin’ Up!, including one of my favorite holiday accents – Gold Glimmer Paper. This paper makes my cards look festive and sparkly, and it really looks great with gold embossing!
In addition, for all my Paper Pumpkin subscribers you’ll be receiving your free tutorials for the November Kit this week. Here’s a little teaser of some of the amazing projects included in the tutorials.
You may ask, how can I get these tutorials? Well, all you have to do is sign up for Paper Pumpkin with me as your demonstrator, and I’ll send them to you for FREE every month! All the projects are exclusive. You won’t find them on my blog or anywhere else. These tutorials are put together by me and some of my talented fellow demonstrators every month just for our customers to show some alternative ideas for using the current Paper Pumpkin kit. The projects involve adding a few extra supplies to make cards, gifts and even scrapbook pages! This is a big perk for my customers.
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The best thing about Paper Pumpkin is that after I’ve used all my supplies, I still have the photopolymer stamps to use forever! Today, I have a fun project to share using the Mini Treat Bags Thinlits and my November Paper Pumpkin stamps. I’ve been wanting the Mini Treat Bag Thinlits for a long time, and when I saw that they were on sale last week during the Online Extravaganza, I just had to get them. I love the idea of being able to make mini treat bags out of any paper I want. Plus, the thinlits come with some super cute extras, including the row of stars, bow and banner made out of Very Vanilla card stock on the bag below.
I used the Home For Christmas Designer Series Paper to make my mini treat bag. I also used some Red Glimmer Paper to add a festive look. Of course, the greeting and holly leaves are from the November Paper Pumpkin kit.
As a final touch, I added some fun embellishments to my bag. I placed some Cherry On Top Designer Washi Tape and Linen Thread on my Clothespin. I also added a Home For Christmas Designer Button tied with some more Linen Thread.
In addition to the November Paper Pumpkin Kit, I used the following products on my treat bag:
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