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Have you heard of Stampin’ Up’s new paper crafting kits Paper Pumpkin? We recently got a few kits from them. The kit was called Wish Big and is so cute, I can’t wait to show you what we did with it but first let me tell you a little bit about Paper Pumpkin. Paper Pumpkin is basically a paper crafting subscription. When you sign up you receive a new kit every month. Included in the kit is everything you need to do the project for that month (you may need adhesive or scissors, but nothing you probably don’t have at home). This kit included enough to do 6 boxes and 6 cards with lots of extra pieces. We Housewives got together one evening and started putting our cards and boxes together.
This is what the card and the box look like if you make them exactly as the instructions tell you to.
We all really loved how easily they came together and I personally loved having everything in one kit. Sometimes I love being creative and sometimes I just really want to be crafty. It’s always nice to have everything you need to completely finish a project.
Lisa and Angela took their kits home and created some Paper Pumpkin (I like to call them) Hacks. They used some items that came in the kit but didn’t make them exactly as instructed. They all turned out great. Take a look through their hacks, I promise you’ll be inspired to be crafty!!
I love the versatility of the kits. It’s so fun that you can just start and complete a project with the kit but if you want to you can get really creative using the kit as a base. Plus I believe most kits come with a stamp set! How fun is that.
If you’re interested in Paper Pumpkin you can sign up here (we don’t get anything if you do, we just really think you’ll have fun with them).
We were given *some* of these supplies to review. All thoughts and projects are our own.
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