Welcome to the monthly Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Blog Hop. We love Paper Pumpkin and love to share our enthusiasm for this monthly box of fun and creativity with you. The Paper Pumpkin kit is designed so you can follow the instructions provided in the kit to make the projects, or use the supplies as a starting point to let your creativity run wild (as we have!) Hop along with us, as we will share alternate ideas on how we used the March Paper Pumpkin Kit: Here's To You
This month's kit made 8 cards, 4 each of 2 designs. They even came envelopes and with coordinating envelope liners! Here are the cards as designed:
Have I mentioned the envelope liners?! I love the print on one of them sooo much that I used it as a focal point on one of my cards and an accent on the other.
Here is the first one, showcasing the envelope liner. I used everything from the kit, except the Seaside layer behind the liner. Can you see why I love the liner? I think it is so pretty!
And, my second card. I had pieces of the liner left over, and didn't want to waste it, so I kept creating. Here I, again, used everything from the kit, except the Old Olive layers behind the liner and pre printed landscape piece. I had to cut the landscape piece down to allow more of the pretty liner paper to show.
I hope you have been inspired to get your kit out and create. Click on the pumpkin below and hop on over to Darla's blog to see what fun project she has created to share with us! So glad you could join us!
It would be awesome if you leave a comment on our projects along the way!!
Until next time...Happy Craftin'!
Simple and pretty! I love them!ReplyDelete
I love both of these alternate cards.ReplyDelete
Wonderful cards! Keeping it simple is great! Love that you mainly used what was in the kit!ReplyDelete
Love your layouts!ReplyDelete
Super cute cards. I love the one with the three birthday sentiments.ReplyDelete
Great card ideas...love your use of the envelope liners.ReplyDelete
Love your cards and the layouts using this kit!ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards. Love the way you have used the pretty floral envelope liner.ReplyDelete