Friday, October 23, 2020

Paper Pumpkin Blog Hop


This month's Paper Pumpkin kit is called "Joy to the World" and I'm dying over the amazing Christmas sentiments included! You can join me on Zoom next Monday at 4pm Pacific too to see how I put these projects, and more, together, and do a bit of socially distanced socializing while we're at it! Join us here: Joy to the World with Paper Pumpkin Zoom

To make these eight cards I took two of the cards from the kit and used the pieces, along with some extra card stock and gold twine, plus of course some Gilded Gems because I'm OBSESSED, to pull these cards together.


Here's a closer look at each of the cards... 









Let's see what the rest of the crew made with their kits!


If you'd like to subscribe to Paper Pumpkin, the best way to do it is with a pre-paid subscription. Get yours by clicking on the links below to be taken directly to my online store to get your subscription and any extra supplies you may want. A clear block is included in your first kit, but I prefer the full sized ones, and it's always good to have more. Other than that you really don't need much more than a pair of scissors and maybe the Take Your Pick Tool and a bone folder to put your kits together!


Anytime you place an order in my online store and use the host code on the right, you will also get a free mail & make class automatically mailed to you! Just place your order with the host code on your right, then join us for the Facebook live near the end of the month on my Facebook group "Creating with The Crafty Medic" where you can also take part in regular creative challenges, complete with prizes!

4 comments:

  1. Love your alternatives. I’ve been stalking all the Demos opening their boxes in excitement as we can’t order here in UK until 3rd November. Can’t wait to do the same and ‘pull them apart !

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  2. Love your alternatives. We can’t order here in UK until 3rd November so been stalking North American Demos doing their unboxing videos. Can’t wait to do the same and pull apart some cards for alternatives. x

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  3. Wonderful creative ideas! Thanks for sharing!

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  4. I love your alternative cards Ms Stephanie! Great variety!

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