Monday, April 12, 2021

March Paper Pumpkin Alternative Projects

Hello Stampin' Friends!

I am posting this is little late, since the April Paper Pumpkin will be here soon, but I wanted to share my March Paper Pumpkin Alternative Projects with you!

The March kit was so fun! It was nature themed and not only did it contain the supplies for 8 cards, it came with 4 free stencils and a Stampin' Sponge! How cool is that?

I usually do a zoom class for all of my Paper Pumpkin Subscribers to show them alternate uses for the kit contents. I add a few extra supplies to make the projects, but the majority of the card supplies are from the Paper Pumpkin kit. Our class was just last week and we made 3 projects together via zoom, and I made a tag with some of the extra pieces from the kit.

Here is a photo of the projects!

The three projects we made are from left to right: a travel journal/photo album, a card and a back pack gift card holder. The tag was an extra little project that I threw together with the left over pieces. Here are some close-ups!

 

The travel journal was really fun to make! We used padding compound to turn pieces of cardstock into a notebook! And the card gave us some great practice with the stencils and sponges (I cut my sponge into 6 wedges so that I could use it for several different colors). The back pack is perfect for graduations! You can put money or a gift card inside. And the little tag is pretty cute too!

If you would like to take part in my Paper Pumpkin Alternative Projects Virtual classes, all you need to do is subscribe through me! Here is the link And that is it! Since this is a Virtual class, you don't even need to live by me to participate! After you subscribe, I will send you all of the details for the class! If you have any questions or would like more information, comment below!

Thanks for stopping by!



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