Merry & Bright …

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Yesterday I promised to share a design of my own, created with the new November Paper Pumpkin. This kit is so fun to play with, I can’t wait to show you my card.

As you know, I try to stay very close to the supplies in the kit … the only outside products I used is the Old Olive Bakers Twine and the Tree Punch (You all have those already … right). Oh yes, and I did use the Star Border Punch as well …


I love the way this turned out … it’s so cute!! I can’t wait until the kits go into the “Past Kits” section and I can order the refill kits … I just may use these for my Christmas Cards!

So simple to create, I just punched out the tree out of the Cherry Cobbler Cardstock included in the kit, tied a bow on the top with the bakers twine and popped it up with the dimensionals that are included in the kit.

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Of course I had to add the holly … it adds a christmassy (is that a word?) touch to the card, and the font for the “merry & bright” works great with this layout.

I punched the star from the Star Border punch out of the Silver Glimmer Paper and then added a rhinestone to top my tree.

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Thank you so much for stopping by. Stop back tomorrow and I’ll show you an alternative card you can create with this months Paper Pumpkin.

Have a wonderful day ~




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