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Wednesday, April 27, 2016

April My Paper Pumpkin and Sneak Peek






Hello Hivers,

Here is the wreath I made using this months Paper Pumpkin Kit.  I think it came out well.  (Sorry for the shadow.) This project was super fun and easy to put together.  Below I have posted just a few alternate project ideas that were featured on the  SU! blog. 






Alternate Projects using the April 2016 Paper Pumpkin Refill Kit:

 Christmas, Mother's Day, and much more.

Lovely Little Wreath Refill Kit    139197
Price: $8.00
(April 2016) 




Contains supplies for 1 wreath

Your kit includes:

• 1 foam wreath form
• 1 frame with twine
• 12 sheets of leaf cutouts
• 4 sheets of cotton paper flowers
• 1 sheet of chalkboard tags
• 1 sheet of die-cut branches
• 5 ft. of vanilla cotton ribbon
• 50 adhesive dots

* Must be a current Paper Pumpkin subscriber to order this item.



Earlier this month at our demonstrator OnStage event, attendees had a chance to sneak peek the May kit, so it’s only fair to give you a peek too! The Many Manly Occasions kit will include 8 laser-cut cards and envelopes and we know you’ll love it. Share this image with your friends online and tell them to subscribe by May 10 to get a kit.

A closer look at the Alternate Projects from the Stampin' Up! blog:



It’s never too early to start thinking about Christmas, right? It’s easy to turn the Lovely Little Wreath into a holiday d├ęcor item. Simply swap out the yellow flowers for holly berries and use a holiday stamp on the chalkboard sign.



Next, with Mother’s Day right around the corner, add some festive foliage to create a glamorous gift box for Mom. Use the chalkboard tags and Very Vanilla Craft Stampin’ Spot from the kit.









Raise your hand if you’ve picked up on the cactus trend. They’re everywhere, right? Create some eye-catching cacti with beautiful desert blooms with the extra flowers and leaves from your kit.












The bent leaves on the branches pop right off this prehistoric card. And, might we say . . . the end result is dino-mite!




Finally, keep it simple with a smaller version of the wreath to create a stunning centerpiece for a card front.

It’s always amazing to see what you can do with your Paper Pumpkin kit. Whether you want to change it up completely, or just use up the extra parts and pieces, the end result is always fun! If you’ve fallen in love with the Lovely Little Wreath, be sure to stock up on refills, while supplies last.

Until next time....Buzzz you later,
Honeybee

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