Paper Pumpkin is Stampin’ Up!’s monthly craft subscription service. Each month, subscribers receive a box full of supplies to make the featured project of the month. Subscribers receive exclusive photopolymer stamp sets, ink spots with colours never repeating in a year, and a variety of exclusive accessories to work with! At $26.95 per month, Paper Pumpkin is a steal!
This month’s Paper Pumpkin kit by Stampin’ Up! was all about Easter! Gift giving will be easy this Easter with the adorable canvas bags, pre-sewn and ready for treats!
My kids broke into the kit the moment it arrived and had all of the cards and treat bags assembled in minutes.
Here you can see the kit assembly in process:
What I love about Paper Pumpkin is the exclusive stamp set that comes each month. Here is the set that accompanied this kit. As you can see, mine is already well used.
Since my kids had already completed the Paper Pumpkin projects, I decided to use the set to make my own Easter projects. Here’s what I came up with:
The first one is a treat box using the Curvy Keepsake Box Thinlits:
The second project is using just the ears. I love the idea of just seeing the bunny ears peeking out. There’s something about this card that reminds me of bugs bunny!
The final card I made uses the Easter eggs to make the background and the Layering Ovals Framelits to make the face:
If you are not a Paper Pumpkin subscriber – now’s the time! If you subscribe before April 10, you will receive a special edition kit designed by Stampin’ Up!’s CEO, Sara Douglas! Knowing Sara, it will be trendy and fun!
There are 2 ways you can get your own Paper Pumpkin:
Our 3-month pre-paid subscription is on sale until Mar. 31, and with it you will get to choose a Sale-a-bration reward! And when you purchase it, you can choose any of the items listed below:
- See Sale-a-bration Rewards Here
- See second release Sale-a-bration Rewards Here
- See third release Sale-a-bration Rewards Here
Remember, Sale-a-bration ends March 31, and items are “while supplies last” so be sure to take advantage of the sale before your favourite items are gone. (note: the tin of cards, and the glimmer paper are already sold out).
Are you a Paper Pumpkin Subscriber? What is your favourite part of your kit?