Happy Monday. Ugh, okay I’m with you — Mondays can be the pits. The weekend is over and your 9 to 5 job (which is more like 8 to 6) awaits. To help put a little “sunshine” in your day on this very cloudy and rainy day here in the Dallas Metroplex, I am sharing with you three cards that I made using an old Paper Pumpkin kit. I am not sure just how old it is since it did not have a date on it, but I am guessing about May 2016 or so.
The kit is called Hello Sunshine and I have to say hands down it is my favorite kit I have worked on so far. There were three card designs with enough supplies to make three of each design. Here they are:
I did not change the design of these cards — I followed the instructions just as written as I thought they were perfect. I just wish I could get my hands on more of these supplies … but alas they are gone, gone, gone.
But never fear, there is a new kit each month and if you subscribe to Paper Pumpkin before June 10, you will save 25% off the first three months. This offer is available to new subscribers only and is not available for pre-paid subscriptions. Visit paperpumkin.com for more information. And don’t forget to select me as your demonstrator when you subscribe!
Introducing the Color Theory Suite
For those of you familiar with Stampin’ Up!, you will have noticed over the past several years their catalog has been broken down into product categories referred to as “suites”. Below is a video from the Home Office that introduces you to one of the new suites from the 2017-2018 Annual Catalog — Color Theory.
Your local Home Depot and Lowes stores will be thankful to Stampin’ Up! for coming out with their own Designer Series Paper in the form of paint chips — you know you’ve sticky fingered your share of those things to use on cards!
I absolutely love this suite. So versatile and coordinates well with so many other sets in the Annual Catalog. Keep your eyes out for upcoming samples I make using these products. You can also see the Adirondack chair thinlit used on my “Just Breathe Beautiful You” card I posted a few weeks ago.
Thank you for stopping by today. I hope you leave here inspired to put stamps to ink to paper. Until next time, stamp on my friends.