How To Share Some Sunshine Today!

A PEEK AT JUNE’S PAPER PUMPKIN KIT

Paper Pumpkin June

The upcoming June 2020 exclusive Sara-inspired Paper Pumpkin kit is here to help you #sharesunshine.  It includes supplies for eight handmade cards and is specially designed to help you create a box full of cheer. Once you’ve made all the cards, use any leftover pieces to decorate the box. Fill it with yellow goodies, add the included adhesive label, address it to someone special, and brighten their life with a little sunshine!

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Watch the video above to see more!

Here are the Coordinating Stampin’ Up! Colors: Basic Black, Bumblebee, Crushed Curry, Poppy Parade, Shaded Spruce, White, and Gold.

Here’s the best part:  Each Paper Pumpkin kit contains everything you need to complete the projects inside, and for June, the kit contains supplies for 8 full size cards (4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″).  That means a new stamp set, ink, adhesives, paper, envelopes — everything!  I CANNOT Wait!

Per usual, you simply have to subscribe and fun begins. You receive a kit every month with which to find your handcrafting creativity.   Need to skip a month?  Do it!  You have control over your own account, and can suspend or even quit any time!

GO HERE before the 10th of June to start your subscription and receive the #ShareSunshine Paper Pumpkin kit!

 

 

One thought on “How To Share Some Sunshine Today!

  1. Awesome! This looks super fun!
    (Did you just say JUNE?! OMG! How on earth could we possibly be discussing something seemingly so futuristic already? lol)

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