Hi, There, Stampers!
I spent some time this week getting ready for some Halloween treats – no tricks! These days, I don’t limit Halloween fun just to October 31st. When it’s October, it’s Halloween time! So when I go to a meeting of one of my clubs next week, I’m taking treats. And of course I’m using Stampin’ Up! products to gussy them up.
The Haunts and Harvest Paper Pumpkin Kit is ON SALE!
The treats that I gathered for this meeting are some Dove chocolates – the Halloween variety which I snatched up as soon as they appeared on my local big box’s shelves. The foil wrappers are ghostly green, pumpkin orange, and gold. I added in some standard dark chocolate pieces with purple wrappers and that completed a favorite fall/Halloween color combo. The darling little pumpkins into which I tossed the candy are from the Paper Pumpkin Haunts and Harvest Past Kit, at this moment available in my Stampin’ Up! store. The kit is only $10.50. There’s even a refill still available for only $5.50!
If you’re not familiar with the difference between a kit and a refill here’s the explanation. A kit includes everything that you need to make the crafts included in the kit, including a small stamp pad called a “spot,” and a photopolymer stamp set to use with the kit. The stamp set includes quite a few more images than are required for the kit’s project, so it’s a really useful tool to have around. The refill, however, does not include the stamp set or the ink spot. What you see on the right is a refill.
Who Can Buy Paper Pumpkin Past Kits and Refills
The good news is that there are a lot of Paper Pumpkin Past Kits and Refills on sale in the Stampin’ Up! store. But not everyone who wants one of those can buy them. You have to be a Paper Pumpkin subscriber to be able to buy any of them. But it’s not hard to be a subscriber! That does NOT mean that you have to get a Paper Pumpkin kit every month. We get some pretty good hints as to what a kit will be before the deadline for subscribing. If you don’t think you’ll like the upcoming kit, you can pause your subscription for that month. And there’s no limit to how many months you can pause. I pause a lot as most of the time I only like to get kits that involve making full-sized cards. Even then, when we get hints about the colors or themes of a coming kit, and they don’t ring my chimes, I pause.
So sign up and just get the kits that you want! Here’s a link to sign up today.