This Sunday all of the participants in #stampingsunday will be using the August Paper Pumpkin Kit for their creations. This is great for two reasons: one, if you haven’t completed the kit, you’ll get even more ideas; and two, if you’re unfamiliar with these great kits you’ll get to see some of the expanded creating that can be done using the kit as a jumping off point. You can see the video of the August kit contents here.
I really like that when the kit contains printed cards, the entire card base front and back is printed. So typically, I cut them in half so that I can have more. I’m just a little greedy that way.
I started with a Melon Mambo cardstock base and used the dot stamp that came in the Paper Pumpkin kit. The dot was inked with Melon Mambo and stamped randomly across the cardstock.
Next, I cut down one of the striped cards in the kit and adhered it to the white, laser cut “smile” layer.
Then, I used some of the Melon Mambo and Mossy Meadow 3/4 inch punched circles in the kit to create a little design element in the upper left and lower right.
This entire layer was added to the Melon Mambo base using Stampin’ Dimensionals (also in the kit).
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