Is it a Quilt or a Card?

This card was FUN to make.  Baja Breeze, Primrose Petals, and Very Vanilla was the color scheme.  12 postage stamp punched squares form the “quilt.”  The key to giving the quilt lots of interest, is to carefully mix the DSP squares.  That was the fun part!  

I ended up with 4 samples – 2 Happy Birthday samples and 2 Valentine samples.  If you look at the picture to the right, you can see the embellishments that were added.  I call this “stepping up to the next level” as we made a faux bow held together with a button, added a hat pin, and made a folded Happy Birthday banner.  I also did the same card but with simpler embellishments consisting of a bow and a smaller Happy Birthday tag; this version is shown below as the Valentine “quilt” card.  Note the Valentine embellishment close up – still attractive, but simpler than the “stepping up to the next level” version.    

Quilt HB stepup        Quilt HB close up stepup

 

 

 

 

 

 

Valentine simple bestQuilt V simple close up

   

 

 

 

 

The Designer Series Papers used for the “quilts” were “Tea for Two” for the Birthday card, and “More Amore” for the Valentine card.  At the February Stamp Camp, you will have your choice as to which card you do – birthday/any occasion or Valentine – and – simple embellishments or “step it up” embellishments.  The choice is yours!  Let’s spend a few minutes learning about Paper Pumpkin.

It’s a Magical Paper Escape Every Month!

01.22.2013 Paper Pumpkin

Sweep away the mundane-your creativity carriage awaits!

I’m Paper Pumpkin . . .

I come to your door each month (a fully decked-out creativity carriage). I’ll help you to escape your life with some paper fun.

I come in a sweet box, but you’ll really love what you find on the inside:

All the stamps, ink, paper, and accessories to create pinable projects. Create stuff like cards, journals, décor, and more!

Paper Pumpkin by Stampin’ Up! is a new monthly kit program that anyone (even you) can enjoy!

It’s so easy to get started. Simply sign up for the program starting Monday, January 14 by visiting www.mypaperpumpkin.com and click Get it. Every month a new, surprise project kit arrives at your doorstep. Just think of the anticipation of creating a fun project to pin, showoff, and share with your friends and family-every month!

Of course, you’ll want to know more. So here’s the nitty gritty:

  • Each month we send you a unique, surprise kit with a project-cards, journals, décor, and more! (We’ve even color-coordinated, measured, and cut everything for you!)
  • Each kit includes stamps, ink, paper, and accessories-everything but adhesive.
  • Each kit gives you a 30-minute creativity escape.
  • We will ship your Paper Pumpkin on or around the 15th of the month.
  • You need to sign up for a kit by the 10th of the month to get that month’s kit. If you sign up on the 11th of the month, your first kit will come the next month. (Let’s say you sign up on May 10th, we’ll send your kit around May 15th. If you sign up on May 11th, we’ll send your first kit around June 15th.)
  • A Paper Pumpkin membership is $19.95 per month (and shipping is included!) 
  • There’s no commitment, you can cancel your monthly Paper Pumpkin at anytime. You can also skip a month if you want.
  • Starting in early March, we’ll offer a Try-It kit if you’d like to try Paper Pumpkin for one month.

Here’s How You Order

Sign up for your monthly Paper Pumpkin starting Monday, January 14 by visiting www.mypaperpumpkin.com and click Get it.

Starting in early March, you can try Paper Pumpkin for one month by visiting our online store.

A Free Gift in Your Very First Kit

The Welcome Kit is the very first Paper Pumpkin you will receive in your first month of membership. The Welcome Kit includes a free gift-a clear acrylic block!

I’m very excited about Paper Pumpkin.  Let me know if you have questions.  I will keep you posted with any additional information. 

Check back tomorrow to see the new single stamps Stampin’ Up has for sale.  Blessings, Rosemary – 630.759.3089

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