Let it snow, Let it snow, Let it snow …

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

A quick post today with some cute projects direct from the Stampin’ Up! and the Let It Snow Bundle …

The Let it Snow Suite features plenty of cute images of snowmen and the Snowman Builder Punch. So in one quick movement, you can have all the makings to build your own snowman for all your cards and projects. You even get the Mini Curvy Keepsakes Box Dies that are perfect for little gifts!

You can design cute mini boxes that hold treats and more with the Tiny Keepsakes Bundle! With easy to use stamps, dies and punches in the Let It Snow Suite … you will enjoy creating for hours.

Hope you enjoyed viewing all of these cute samples … can’t go wrong with snowmen, and the Tiny Keepsakes Bundle is so much fun to play with.

Thanks for the visit today …

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving and I hope you have a wonderful time with friends and family.

TODAY’S STAMPIN’ SUPPLY LIST … If you liked the products used in todays projects, I have links for you below. Just click on the item you would like more information on, or to begin your shopping. It will take you directly to my website. Thank you ♥ 


Something Good to Eat!

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

I have the cutest little 3-D projects to share with you today! Whether you’re planning for Thanksgiving, Halloween, or just autumn in general, Paper Pumpkin has you covered with Something Good to Eat! Fill up those trendy treat tubes and dress them up for any occasion. The designs and stamps are flexible for all your fall festivities!


You must watch this cute video …

Don’t think it’s too late! In fact, if you Sign up before the 10th of October, you’ll get your October kit and the November kit for FREE!!  Plus … as a subscriber, you can purchase any past kits Ta-da … that’s how you get any of the past kits you choose!!


Use promo code “BOGO” at PaperPumpkin.com, you’ll pay the regular price of $19.95 and get you second month for FREE!

I’d love to have you join my Paper Pumpkin Pals!

Thanks so much for joining me today, let me know if you have any questions about being a Paper Pumpkin subscriber or Paper Pumpkin pal.

Be sure to stop back tomorrow to see what I have created with this cute little kit!! It’s always fun to see the different ways to use your kits.

Have yourself a wonderful day!


Pillow Box … Pillow Gifts …

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Today I have a cute little 3-D project to share with you. Last night when my Holiday Retreat attendee’s returned to their rooms for the night, they had a little surprise …


Each guest received this little Pillow Box filled with holiday goodies! I created them with the new Square Pillow Box Thinlits Dies from the Holiday catalog and the “Merry Moments” Designer Series paper from the Annual Catalog.

I teamed up this combination with the “Oh, What Fun” stamp set found on page 5 of the Holiday catalog.  This stamp set coordinates with the “Oh What Fun Tag Project Kit” … so you can see how versatile it is.

I chose the “Wishing You A Sweet Season” because my Pillow Box was filled with sweet treats. To create the focal point, I cut out the greeting with the Circle Framelits Dies and added a half of a Foil Doily to really draw the eye.


The Real Red cardstock banner also helped to draw your eye to the greeting, but I wanted to tone it down just a bit so I added the beautiful white glitter ribbon from the “Gold and White Glitter Ribbon” found on page 29 of the Holiday Catalog.

The make great office gifts or something cute to tuck a sweet treat into.

Thanks for checking out my blog today.

Have a wonderful Saturday!




The Star’s are Shining Brightly …

Hello Stampin’ Friends,

Yesterday I told you that I was going to share with you another idea from my scraps, today it’s a 3-D project using the flip side of the paper.

First I will tell you that I cut the “Under the Tree” Designer Specialty Paper into 4 x 4 inch squares … it made cutting the star’s for my retreat projects easier.

Today I turned my scrap into luminaries …


Such a quick and easy project! Cut some vellum into 4 x 4 squares and tape them to the inside of the cardstock. Then I taped my sides together with …. washi tape! That way if I made a bit of a mistake (crooked) I could lift it up, reposition and attach the side.


Tomorrow I will have one more product share for you using my scrap pieces. How’s that for saving money! Then we can spend it on more fun stampin’ stuff! LOL

Have a fabulous week ~


Stampin’ Supply List …