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Paper Pumpkin is coming to Australia!

 

Paper Pumpkin is a subscription service where each month a new kit is delivered to your door but unfortunately this is only available in the US. However, on the 15th May we will have the opportunity to purchase this one-off kit until sold out. The box alone is gorgeous and those of us that attended the recent Auckland OnStage got a sneak peek at one of the cards and it is just so Shelli. You can see the card in the Video below.  I can’t wait to get my hands on this kit and I hope you are as excited as me.

The Shelli kit from Paper Pumpkin includes the following:

An exclusive stamp set not available anywhere else

One Classic Stampin’ Spot® from our Classic ink collection

Paper and crafting materials to create 12 cards (3 cards of 4 unique designs)

12 exclusive, coordinating envelopes

Adhesives and embellishments for all 12 cards

(Please note that you will need a Clear Block D (#118485) to complete your cards so if you don’t already have one make sure to add that to your order from the 15th May.)

This Paper Pumpkin kit will be available to both Customers & Demonstrators on the 15th May until sold out.

The price of the kit is $37 (#152032) + shipping & handling.

Check out this Video from Shelli with a little more detail ….but not too much.

Timeless Tidings Project Kit

If I had to choose just 1 kit from the new Holiday Catalogue it would be the Timeless Tidings Project Kit. I absolutely love it. It’s a very traditional kit to me and I love Poinsettia’s so this kit grabbed my attention on my first run through the catalogue.

The kit comes complete with card bases, elements & envelopes to make 20 cards. That’s 5 each of the 4 designs. On top of the Kit you will need the co-ordinating stamp set, a black inkpad (Stazon is suggested or you could use Memento which is what I did) and adhesives (snail,Tombow or tear & tape, and Stampin’ Dimensionals). Once you have these extra bits if you wish to make more than 20 cards you just need to purchase the project kit again. I’m making a few of these for my parents so they have their supply of Christmas cards early.

Watch this video for more details.

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