Saturday, September 5, 2015

June Paper Pumpkin Alternative Card with Pretty Petals DSP

Hello and Happy Saturday!  I have a three day weekend so I'm pretty pumped!  Right now I should be cleaning and organizing my craft room but I wanted to take a minute to show you a card I made for a friend.  I think it came out so cute and I think she'll love it!  

First of all, I have to tell you that the stamps that came with the June Paper Pumpkin kit were so cute.  I've been trying to think of some other ways to use them and as I was going through the Pretty Petals DSP this morning I noticed that some of the flowers were almost exactly like the Stamps as well as the little diecut flowers.  Score!  So here's what I came up with..

Both the background DSP and the strip of DSP were from the Pretty Petals DSP stack.  I put a small band of Pacific Point DSP on each side of that strip and the card base was Pacific Point as well.  I used the Die Cuts from the June Paper Pumpkin Kit for the flower and the leaves.  They were adhered with Stampin' Dimensionals.   The twine and button in the center of the flower are from that kit as well and I used glue dots to attached the button.   The sentiment.. yep, you guessed it, also from the June PP kit.  Even the inside sentiment and small flowers that I stamped were from it. 

 Here is the inside of my card..

What a super easy and cute card this was to put together.  I love when I can reuse parts from my Paper Pumpkin Kits.  If you aren't currently a Paper Pumpkin subscriber, what are you waiting for?  It is a adorable little package filled with pre-designed projects and comes with stamping spots as well as Stamps that as you can see, you can use for other projects.  I highly recommend it!  It is just $19.95 a month plus tax.  Shipping is included in the price!  If you go to and use the code HALFOFF, you will receive 50% off your first two kits.  What a deal and it just lasts until September 10th so hurry over to sign up!  

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