Monday, April 10, 2023

Paper Pumpkin Kits Plus Craft Roulette Episode 158

Hello, and welcome! I hope you all had a wonderful Easter weekend! Today is April 10, 2023, and it's the deadline to sign up to receive April's Paper Pumpkin Kit. I would like to invite you to give Paper Pumpkin kits a try. To see more information on these wonderful kits, click HERE.

Optimism and Renewal is the theme of the April 2023 All the Little Things Paper Pumpkin kit! This kit includes supplies for making nine cards (three each of three designs) with elegant cherry blossom designs, bright colors, and iridescent foil (a detail that won’t go unnoticed). It also includes a Shaded Spruce ink spot and a stamp set with sentiments that celebrate the simple things and encourage growth and healing. Anyone who subscribes to this month’s kit will also get a FREE box organizer! This organizer with customizable compartments fits perfectly inside your Paper Pumpkin box and is great for keeping your supplies from past kits organized, so you know right where everything is! Coordinating Stampin’ Up! colors: Balmy Blue, Basic Black, Calypso Coral, Granny Apple Green, Petal Pink, Poppy Parade, Shaded Spruce.

I have gotten a lot of mileage from the February 2023 Sunshine & Smiles Paper Pumpkin Kit. It coordinated with one of my favorite suites from the soon retiring Rain Or Shine Suite. The cute Rain Or Shine 12" x 12" Specialty Designer Series Paper is on the Last Chance List, and will be gone forever, but I'm happy to report the other products from the Rain Or Shine Collection will be in the new Annual Catalog that goes live May 2, 2023.

Here are a few of the cards I made using products from the Sunshine & Smiles Paper Pumpkin Kit along with the Rain Or Shine Collection.

I even made a card following the parameters set from Craft Roulette, Episode #158. You can see it on YouTube HERE. These were the parameters:

    1. Peek A Boo Card

    2. First Grader Colors

    3. Rain

    4. Edge Distress

Craft Roulette airs every Friday evening at 6:30 Central Time on You Tube. You should check it out. It's a fun way to make us step outside our crafty boxes.


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