Hi! Welcome to my blog. I’m Sara Levin theartfulinker. Today is the A Paper Pumpkin Thing Blog Hop Sending Hearts. We’ve got lots of alternative ideas to share with you for the January 2021 Paper Pumpkin kit.
A Paper Pumpkin Thing Blog Hop Sending Hearts
The January 2021 Paper Pumpkin kit contains supplies for 8 cards:
- Sending Hearts stamp set
- Poppy Parade Classic Ink Stampin’ Spot
- 8 Printed card bases (4 each of 2 designs)
- 8 Printed envelopes
- Printed die cuts and labels
- Printed foil die-cuts
- Resin Hearts
- 1/8″ Black Grosgrain Ribbon
- Adhesive dots
As of this morning, Refills for the January 2021 Kit were still available HERE
The Refill includes everything except the exclusive Sending Hearts stamp set and Poppy Parade Classic Ink Stampin’ Spot.
Sending Hearts Slimline Card Alternate
For my fifth alternate for the Sending Hearts Paper Pumpkin kit, I’ve created a slimline card. It combines elements from the kit with some added cardstock and ink.
Along with the Painted Texture 3D Embossing Folder, I used the Heart Punch Pack to add texture. To embellish the card, I used the 1/8″ grosgrain ribbon from the kit and Matte Black Dots.
Little Love Boxes and Sending Hearts FAvor
Next, I used a box from the Little Love Boxes Add On kit. This kit has 20 easy to assemble boxes that are perfect for giving any time of year.
As of this morning, there are still Add On Kits available HERE
For this 6th alternative for the January 2021 Paper Pumpkin kit, I used one of the Little Love Boxes with some of the kit elements. It makes such a cute favor, treat, RAK … whatever you like to call the little something you give to someone.
Whether you assemble the boxes as intended (see HERE) or create this alternate, they will hold 4 Hershey Nuggets. And when you open the box up as above, you open up your treat choices! Things like two double pack Kit Kat bars or 4 singles — you could even mix and match some of the fun flavors!
See more alternates for the January Kit HERE and HERE
Video for Paper Pumpkin Alternate 5 and 6
Enjoy today’s video tutorial for these Paper Pumpkin alternates.
Join me at 10:00 am (US eastern) when the video goes Live
and chat along as we watch.
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Kimberley Morris says
What really caught my eye with your color coordinated card and treat package, was that you stamped the heart stamp right over the snail, to “color” it in with that pattern! Very clever, and I love the look. Thanks so much for sharing these great ideas, and taking the time to share video instructions 😀
Sara Levin says
Glad you enjoyed the video, Kimberley … and the coloring “technique” for the snail.
I like the other color option for the hearts and what a fun idea with the little boxes – I just ate some nuggets!
Sara Levin says
Thanks, Monika. I’ll be those hearts could be cute in lots of colors.