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Stampin Up! Thailand Achiever's Blog Hop October Edition Inspired By Nature!

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Hey there! Welcome to the Thailand Incentive Trip Achiever's Blog Hop for October . This is our first hop with those that have earned the prestige trip with Stampin' Up!® to Thailand  next July. This month our theme is "Inspired by Nature", as many of us live in different areas around the world and have varied seasons to enjoy.

You may just be starting the blog hop here at my blog - Carol Payne Stamps,  or may have come from the person previous to me in the list. If you get off track at any time, the full lineup below will help you move along from blog to blog so you see all the projects. At the moment you are visiting Carol Payne. 

With Christmas crafting in full swing, my thoughts for nature turned to a new stamp set and framelits I have just started playing with from the Holiday Catalog, Santa's Sleigh!

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In addition to the sleigh, this set contains an awesome pine tree and a reindeer. The coordinating (and bundled to save 10%) Santa's Sleigh Thinlet dies contain dies to cut out both the tree and the deer, making this card so easy to create!

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I stamped a forest of trees with Always Artichoke ink on Always Artichoke card stock, then stamped the deer with Crumb Cake on both sides of Kraft 12"x12" cardstock. The Kraft cardstock is one shade lighter on one side than the other.  It's like having two colors in one sheet!

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To give a look of frostiness on the cut-out pine I brushed on Clear Wink of Stella.

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The greeting is from Santa's Sleigh, cut with a Gift Card Envelope & Trims Thinlet. I tied a piece of Cherry Cobbler thread from the Baker's Twine Trio Pack in an simple bow.

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Inside I used more Santa's sleigh stamps to decorate the modified z-fold.

Thanks for taking part in our blog hop, there are so many amazing ideas and inspiration you don't want to miss any of it!  Remember, you are at my blog - Carol Payne, so check the blog hop line up list to see who is next in the list!

If you are a U.S. stamper, you can shop for your stamping supplies in my online store: www.carolpayne.stampinup.net

Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!

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Stampin' Up! Sunday Swap Day on Monday! The Last Halloween Swaps!

Hey there! I'm trying to get several blog posts pre-scheduled for this week. Alisa and baby Ivory came home from the hospital yesterday, and of course I'm helping as much as I can,  and still babysitting Liam & Darcy three days this week, so my time to blog will be very limited.

I decided to go ahead and share with you the last of my Halloween-themed swaps. Next Sunday I will start sharing Christmas swaps!

First, Kim Williams did a lovely job watercoloring the camper from Glamper Greetings She mounted it on Halloween Night Specialty Designer Paper using strips of Halloween Night Designer Washi Tape.

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Next, Julie Salva used the Halloween Treats single stamp for her swap:

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Again, Halloween Night Designer Washi Tape comes in handy to secure greetings!

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Angela Waters also used Halloween Treat to create a shaker card:

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Angela cut confetti with the Fringe Scissors to fill the shaker. I love how it reminds me of candy corn!

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Janice Urke used the Spooky Fun/Halloween Scenes Edgelits Bundle to create her Happy Halloween! swap. I love the fence, the tree, and the happy little pumpkins! Halloween Night Washi Tape, Baker's Twine, and Enamel Dots are the finishing touches.

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Finally, Rachel Yurkanin used the Sweet Home Bundle to create her haunted house swap.

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Are you ready to shop? Follow this link to my online store: www.carolpayne.stampinup.net

Remember while shopping:

All orders receive a Thank You Project Packet in the mail.

When your order is at least $35 (before tax & shipping) and you use the October Host Code:  Q7JJPNYN, you’ll receive the October Online Class; six COMPLETED cards, two each of three designs, with envelopes and instructions, FREE!

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When your order (before tax & shipping) reaches $150, DON’T USE THE HOSTESS CODE, you will choose Stampin' Rewards starting at 10% of the merchandise total. And you’ll still receive the monthly online class cards! 

October is B3G1F Designer Paper Month!

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That’s all for now, until tomorrow,  have a Stampingrox! Day!

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Stampin' Up! Sunday Swap Day, More Halloween!

Hey there! I don't think I have come down yet from the high of Ivory's birth, but that's not a bad thing! I need to share with you some more Halloween-themed swaps before it gets too late (I will probably share the last of them with you on Monday).

First, Amy Combs used Jar of Haunts and Ghoulish Grunge for her Halloween creation:

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She used the "cheesecloth" stamp from Ghoulish Grunge to add a textured look to the mummy wrap:

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She also used the same image to stamp the background:

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The unknown creator of this next swap also used Jar of Haunts, adding in a swoosh cut with a Swirly Scribbles Thinlet. The "evil eyes" are stamped on a piece of Halloween Night Specialty Paper:

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Another nameless swap, this time created with the Spooky Fun bundle of stamps and Halloween Scenes Edgelits:

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What a shame to not leave your name on this beauty. The creator used Sponge Brayers to roll Perfect Plum and Basic Black ink on Shimmery White card stock for a spooky background:

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Gloria Helmbrecht used one of the Seasonal Decorative Masks to sponge Elegant Eggplant ink on Watercolor Paper for a great background before stamping with Spooky Fun:

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Gloria also used a Clear Wink of Stella Glitter Brush to add shine to the moon:

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Lastly for today, another nameless swap also created with the Spooky Fun set bundled with the Hallween Scenes Edgelits. I love the tree, fence, and row of cut-out pumpkins!

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Use the supply list below when you shop in my online store: www.carolpayne.stampinup.net

When your order is at least $35 and you use the October Host Code: Q7JJPNYN, you will receive the October Online Class: 6 complete cards, two each of the the three designs shown below, with envelopes and instructions, free!

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October is B3G1F Designer Series Paper month!

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That's all for now, until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day! All images ©Stampin' Up!™1990-2016


Stampin' Up! Sheltering Tree Spotlighting!

Hey there! Just a quick post this morning. Unless Alisa's baby girl decides to come on her own, she will be here sometime on Friday. Induction is scheduled to begin at 9 p.m. on Thursday night!

Today's card was created with one of the Seasonal Decorative Masks and Sheltering Tree:
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I used the spotlighting technique to make the Cajun Craze and Crushed Curry fall foliage really pop!

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 I love the little rake, don't you? Sheltering Tree is a timeless classic stamp set you can use for any occasion!

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 I used a Sponge Brayer to lightly roll Smoky Slate ink through the paisley Seasonal Decorative Mask.  I think it gives the background a smokey-fall-haze-from-burning-leaves look. The sentiment in one of the four included in the set.

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The only image I used that was not from Sheltering Tree was the "my heart smiles just thinking of you" from Suite Sayings.

Use this product list to shop in my online store:

 

Tomorrow is the last day for the World Card Making Day Specials! Don't delay placing your order!

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Go to my online store to place your order: www.carolpayne.stampinup.net

World Cardmaking Day Specials end tomorrow, but the Designer Series Paper B3G1F lasts all month!

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That's all for now. Until tomorrow (unless the baby comes!) have a Stampingrox! day!

All images ©Stampin' Up! ™1990-2016


Stampin' Up! Sunday Swap Day on Monday! Halloween Scares!

Hey there! It's time for a Monday edition of Sunday Swap Day! yay! Alisa's baby girl still hasn't arrived. She is 41 weeks today and has a doctor's appointment with a stress test and an ultrasound later today, so maybe we be seeing a baby soon!

With Halloween just around the corner, I need to show you a few more Halloween swaps before I switch to full-blown Christmas, so here we go!

First, Janice Urke let Halloween Night Specialty Paper do most of the work, with a Spooky Fun sentiment for her swap:

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Halloween Night Designer Washi Tape, Pumpkin Pie Glimmer paper, and Halloween Night Baker's Twine are easy touches that add a lot of fun!

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Next, Amy Combs used Halloween Night Designer Washi Tape for her background, cutting out the focal image with a Tags & Labels Framelit, and using a sentiment from Mr. Funny Bones:

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Sandy Carlson used Halloween Scares with Halloween Night Specialty, creating banners with Halloween Night Washi Tape and Pumpkin Pie Glimmer. She used a sentiment from Spooky Fun:

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Finally,  Jackie Ross used  Spooky Fun stamps with the bundled Halloween Scenes Edgelits Dies to create a card using a window sheet to create a "window" to the stamping inside!

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I just love the spooky tree with the happy little pumpkins! It reminds me of the poem all of my children learned in kindergarten, only I think it was 5 little pumpkins, not just three!

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To shop and order in my online store: www.carolpayne.stampinup.net

A couple of things that are going on right now!

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These specials are only good through Wednesday, October 5th, so place your order today!

The B3G1F Designer Series Paper Promotion lasts all month!

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That's all for now, until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!

 

All images ©Stampin'Up!™1990-2016


Stampin' Up! Seasonal Pumpkin!

Hey there! While I was creating for the blog hop I also tried another color combo. I used Pear Pizzazz, Rich Razzleberry, and Very Vanilla. It made the glimmer paper pumpkin pop!

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 I cut the glimmer paper with two sizes of Swirly Scribbles thinlets, putting the smaller one inside the larger for a more glimmer-y pumpkin!

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I inked the Suite Sayings sentiment with Rich Razzleberry and Pear Pizzazz Stampin' Write Markers.

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 For the background I used a Seasonal Decorative Mask, rubbing a Versamark pad directly on the mask and paper. I held the paper in place with a bit of SNAIL on the back and the mask in place with a couple of pieces of washi tape.

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 Inside I sponged just a portion of the mask with Pear Pizzazz ink. Another Suite Sayings sentiment completes the card. I used the same mask & sponge on the envelope flap.

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 White I was at it I made a second, slightly different card. I've been doing that a lot lately. I end up with more cards to show and send!

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 I used Perfect Plum instead of  Rich Razzleberry, all three colors of Halloween Night Enamel Dots, and used the polka-dotty Seasonal Decorative Mask.

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 Another Suite Sayings sentiment to finish it all off.

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Shop & order in my online store: www.carolpayne.stampinup.net.

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Remember while shopping:

All orders receive a Thank You Project Packet in the mail.

When your order is at least $35 (before tax & shipping) and you use the September Host Code: TUD7JT2D you’ll receive the Merry Medleys Online Class; six COMPLETED cards, two each of three designs, with envelopes and instructions, FREE!  TODAY IS THE LAST DAY TO PLACE YOUR ORDER TO RECEIVE THIS CLASS!!!!

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When your order (before tax & shipping) reaches $150, DON’T USE THE HOSTESS CODE, you will choose Stampin' Rewards starting at 10% of the merchandise total. And you’ll still receive the monthly online class cards!          

That’s all for now, until tomorrow,  have a Stampingrox! Day!

All images ©Stampin' Up! ™1990-2016


Stampin' Up! September Paper Pumpkin Something Good to Eat Part 3!

Hey there! I created today's projects with the September Paper Pumpkin, Something Good to Eat!

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I made slider cards for candy wrappers!

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I embossed Chocolate Chip  with the Boho Chic folder, layered with Halloween Night Specialty Paper. A Scalloped Tag Topper Punch tag was stamped with Paper Pumpkin September kit stamps.

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I used Halloween Night Baker's Twine for the "pull" and the tag'sdouble bow. I added a Halloween Night Enamel Dot.

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16 inches of  twine was wrapped around the candy, then put inside 6" x 5 1/2" Chocolate Chip embossed cardstock.

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I added Tear & Tape Adhesive to the long edges.

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I punched with my 1/8" Circle Handheld Punch.

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I pulled the twine through the holes with a floss threader, tying in a bow.

I decorated  Twix ghost packages with another design from Halloween Night Specialty Paper. The ghost is from Sweet Home, cut with a Home Sweet Home Thinlet. "NO TRICKS JUST TREATS"  is from September Paper Pumpkin, cut with a Paisley framelit.

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GOOD NEWS!!! SUBSCRIBE to Paper Pumpkin by September 30th,  get your name in a drawing for one of two September Paper Pumpkin kits!

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Use this link to subscribe: https://mypaperpumpkin.com/en-us/signup/

Be sure to enter my name, Carol Payne, as your demonstrator. Use the Promotion Code: BOGO to receive a second month of Paper Pumpkin free!

The monthly subscription is $19.95, which includes shipping.  Your sales tax rate will be added before check out.

Shop for stamping supplies in my online store: www.carolpayne.stampinup.net

Remember while shopping:

All orders receive a Thank You Project Packet in the mail.

When your order is at least $35 (before tax & shipping) and you use the September Host Code: TUD7JT2D you’ll receive the Merry Medleys Online Class; six COMPLETED cards, two each of three designs, with envelopes and instructions, FREE!

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When your order (before tax & shipping) reaches $150, DON’T USE THE HOSTESS CODE, you will choose Stampin' Rewards starting at 10% of the merchandise total. You’ll still receive the monthly online class cards! 

That’s all for now, until tomorrow,  have a Stampingrox! Day!

All images ©Stampin' Up! ™1990-2016

 


Stampin' Up! September Paper Pumpkin Something Good To Eat Part #2!

Hey there! Today I'm sharing with you the SIXTEEN candy-filled test tubes from  the September Paper Pumpkin box, Something Good to Eat!

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Everything included (except the candy) in the box: test tubes, cork stoppers, self-adhesive banners, pre-printed punch-out tags, linen thread, glue dots, and stamps!

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Also included:  blank punch-out tags, and an Old Olive Classic Stampin' Spot. I used my own Old Olive, Perfect Plum, Crushed Curry, and Pumpkin Pie ink pads.

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The only embellishment I added not in the kit were Halloween Night Enamel Dots in Pumpkin Pie, Perfect Plum, and Old Olive. The package contains 96 dots, with plenty left over for other projects!

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I filled the tubes with candy corn, Nerds, and SweeTarts Skulls & Bones . One tiny box of Nerds was enough to fill one tube.

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My grandchildren always come visit to show us their costumes after they go to the Trunk-or-Treat at church, so I'm ready!

Come back tomorrow to see another project I created with the stamp set included in the Something Good to Eat Paper Pumpkin box, ok?

Paper Pumpkin is a monthly surprise subscription service that delivers a box of crafting goodness to your door each month, all for only $19.95, which includes shipping.

Until October 10th, use the promotion code "BOGO" to receive your second month of Paper Pumpkin for free!

Use this link to go to the Paper Pumpkin website to sign up: https://mypaperpumpkin.com/en-us/signup/https://mypaperpumpkin.com/en-us/signup/

Be sure to add my name, Carol Payne, to your account info so I get the credit for your subscription!

As an additional perk for Paper Pumpkin subscribers, you can order refills of any listed past Paper Pumpkin kits!

To shop my online store for regular catalog products, go here: www.carolpayne.stampinup.net

Remember while shopping:

All orders receive a Thank You Project Packet in the mail.

 The Clearance Rack has been updated! Check it out for new savings of up to 60%

When your order is at least $35 (before tax & shipping) and you use the September Host Code: TUD7JT2D you’ll receive the Merry Medleys Online Class; six COMPLETED cards, two each of three designs, with envelopes and instructions, FREE!

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When your order (before tax & shipping) reaches $150, DON’T USE THE HOSTESS CODE, you will choose Stampin' Rewards starting at 10% of the merchandise total. And you’ll still receive the monthly online class cards! 

That’s all for now, until tomorrow,  have a Stampingrox! Day!

All images ©Stampin' Up! ™1990-2016

 

 


Stampin' Up! Sunday Swap Day Cookie Cutter Halloween!

Hey there! All of today's cards have been created with the Cookie Cutter Halloween stamp set from the Holiday Catalog.

First, Mary Anne Grimmer used Halloween Night Designer Washi Tape, Halloween Night Enamel Dots, and the "BOO!" from Suite Seasons to create the back ground for her adorable card. She cut background squares of Old Olive, Pumpkin Pie, and Perfect Plum using a Layering Square Framelit.

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Each little Halloween guy, punched with the Cookie-Cutter Builder Punch, has his own special accent! Mr. Skeleton has a tiny heart punched from Pumpkin Pie Glimmer Paper:

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Mr. Mummy is gently accented with Smoky Slate ink applied with a Blender Pen:

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And Count Dracula is expertly colored with Stampin' Write Markers!

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Next, Julie Skotzke also used a Suite Seasons sentiment, accented with a Halloween Night Enamel Dot and threads pulled from Halloween Night Baker's Twine. Mr. Skelly's bow tie is punched from Pumpkin Pie Glimmer!

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Carolyn DelGrosso sponged Irresistibly Floral Specialty Designer Series Paper with Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive, and Perfect Plum ink to coordinate with the colors in the Halloween Night Designer Washi Tape. The "happy halloween" sentiment from Teeny Tiny Wishes was punched with the Duet Banner Punch.

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Finally, Crystal Brown used my favorite, Mr. Scarecrow, for her Thanksgiving-ish card. She used the Woodland Textured Impressions folder to emboss the Delightful Dijon background, cut Warmth & Cheer Designer Paper with a Layering Circle Framelit, and stamped a Suite Seasons sentiment.

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Mr Scary is heat-embossed with Gold Powder, then lightly colored with ink from the inkpad lid and a Blender Pen. Gold Metallic Thread adds a subtle gleam.

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Are you ready to shop? Go to my online store to order Cookie Cutter Halloween! www.carolpayne.stampinup.net

Remember while shopping:

All orders receive a Thank You Project Packet in the mail.

 The Clearance Rack has been updated with new savings of up to 60%!

When your order is at least $35 (before tax & shipping) and you use the September Host Code: TUD7JT2D you’ll receive the Merry Medleys Online Class; six COMPLETED cards, two each of three designs, with envelopes and instructions, FREE!

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When your order (before tax & shipping) reaches $150, DON’T USE THE HOSTESS CODE, you will choose Stampin' Rewards starting at 10% of the merchandise total. And you’ll still receive the monthly online class cards! 

That’s all for now, until tomorrow,  have a Stampingrox! Day!

All images ©Stampin' Up! ™1990-2016

 

 


Stampin' Up! September Paper Pumpkin Something Good To Eat!

Hey there! My September Paper Pumpkin kit arrived! I used a few of the stamps to create a batch of cute "hello" cards:

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I kept my design simple, using Kraft 12"x12" card stock for the card base, and stamping on Very Vanilla with Delightful Dijon, Early Espresso, and Old Olive ink.

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I've been itching to use the Seasonal Decorative Masks from the Holiday catalog, so I sponged Old Olive ink with a Sponge Dauber through the "petals" mask.

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After sponging through the mask, I flipped it over and "stamped" the inside Very Vanilla layer with the left-over ink before adding Cottage Greetings sentiments.

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 The Delightful Dijon-sponged version. I also sponged the envelope flap.

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 I stamped two sunflowers, cutting with Paper Snips. After layering with a dimensional in between, I stamped a third flower with Old Olive to add for leaves. "A Happy Hello To You" was stamped with Early Espresso.

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 The sunflower works as a single layer too. I wound Gold Metallic Thread around my fingers a couple of times, pinched in the middle before adhering under the dimensional attaching the flower.

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Cottage Greetings offers several perky sentiments!

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I altered my original design by stamping the sentiment first, then sponging through the mask to leave the sentiment area free of color.

There you go! Although you can't purchase a Paper Pumpkin kit outright, you can subscribe at any time. Once you have subscribed, you can then purchase any of the kit refills that are available. Through October 10th a new subscriber can BOGO (Buy One month, Get One month free!)

Use the promo code "BOGO" when you subscribe: https://mypaperpumpkin.com/en-us/signup/https://mypaperpumpkin.com/en-us/signup/

Be sure to add my name "Carol Payne" as your demonstrator!

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To order regular catalog products, go to my online store: www.carolpayne.stampinup.net

Today is the last day to order these Special Offers:

 

 

That's all for now, until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!

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