Paper Pumpkin is an awesome monthly box of craftiness that comes with a stamping block, ink spot, stamp set and materials to make typically 8 or 9 cards. The regular cost is $20 plus tax and less per month if you buy a longer subscription. For one day only, the cost is only $5 and includes shipping! This is the best deal ever! If for some reason you don’t want the kit, buy it as a gift for someone else. Can you imagine how they’ll smile to find this box in their mailbox next month? See the video below for more details or contact me and I can tell you more about it. Here’s the link to sign up for the $5 deal. Please remember to choose me, Beth McCullough, as your demonstrator. For $5 in the US only, what do you have to lose?
I had a Paper Pumpkin class today and we had a great time! Hope you can join us next month! If you buy the kit, the class is free!
We are thankful you stopped by to take a look at our new 2016 Blog Hop monthly themes. This month we are featuring projects that are based on “B“ themes such as Birthday, Bride or Baby. We hope to provide you with lots of ideas and that you enjoy our creations.
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I had a friend text me on Sunday that she needed a romantic, sophisticated wedding card using the Tiffany blue color. Well, this is my first attempt. What do you think? In real life, it’s really sparkly and pretty. I’m not sure if it’s romantic or sophisticated. Please leave me a comment at the top of this blog post.
Because my Stampin’ Up! order doesn’t arrive until tomorrow, I had to use some retired products. The ribbon and the banner framelit have retired. Everything else is current. The “congrats!” is from the Happy Happenings set. You should get that one if you don’t already have it. I used Pool Party ink, Versamark and clear embossing powder on the sentiment. I always think anything embossed looks fancier. The Bloomin’ Heart framelit is amazing and so easy to use with the Precision Base Plate. I used my Pool Party marker to tint the Rhinestones. The embossing folder is called Elegant Dots.
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I’ve been MIA for a few days because after Sean left Wednesday evening, I spent all the time I could with Abby on Thursday and Friday. We shopped, packed, crafted and went to lunch. Superman and I made her favorite last couple meals including Cauliflower stir fried “rice” with beef and broccoli, Cayman eggs and homemade hamburger pizza. Abby also got all her laundry done and cleaned up her room. I didn’t realize it could be that clean and organized. Now that I know it’s possible…
On Saturday Abby took the SAT college entrance exam and then Superman and I spent ten hours driving Abby to camp, helping her get settled, taking Ryan and Abby out for dinner and then one last trip to Walmart for extension cords, trash can etc. and then the long trip home. It was hard to leave Abby there to be a camp counselor this summer. My other kids have never been gone for the summer at such a young age.
The three of us remaining at home (Superman, Keegan and I) will be up visiting our two middle kids in Okoboji soon. It will be quite an adjustment for Keegan to have to absorb all the parenting and advice Superman and I still feel the need to impart. He’s never been our only kid at home.
Anyway I need a bunch of cute and easy cards to send encouragement to my kids while they’re serving the Lord at camp. Use Your Stuff has a great color challenge this week. Please stop by and play along.
I used Stampin’ Up retired colors Green Galore and Orchid Opulance and current color Bermuda Bay. The two outer flowers are punched with the Flower Medallion punch. I also used the Pansy punch and Petite Petals for the smaller flowers. Quick and easy, but Abby will love it!
I have so much more I want to tell you, but Superman is waiting for me to watch a movie with him. Please subscribe to my blog and I’ll be back with more stamping ideas and a few more stories of our crazy life.