Painted Harvest – CASE the Catalog

Greetings my friends and fellow stampers.  My apologies for not sharing a new project with you yesterday.  I spent most of my day tending to those unpleasant matters one must deal with when they are no longer employed (COBRA insurance, unemployment, etc.).  But I am happy to say that I have taken care of all of that business and I can now give my pre-order products the attention they deserve.

My first project I will share with you using my pre-order goodies will help prepare you for the upcoming Fall season (although here in Texas we do not really have such a thing – we pretty much go from hot Summer to freezing Winter seemingly overnight in early November).  The stamp set I used is called Painted Harvest and makes some beautiful sunflowers as you will see below.

I did not have to put any real thought into the design of this card – I simply CASEd (copy and share everything) the card from page 48 of the Holiday Catalog (it’s not just a catalog, it is also filled with project samples to help motivate your creativity).  It is listed as a “quick & easy” project and it truly was quick & easy.

The Painted Harvest stamp set is offered in the Holiday Catalog as a “bundle” with a 3-leaf punch that coordinates with two of the leaf images in the stamp set.  When purchased as a bundle, you will save 10% off the cost of both items if you purchased them separately.

Below are the Stampin’ Up! products that I used in the design of my card, all of which can quickly be added to your shopping cart by clicking on the thumbnails:

* Painted Harvest Stamp Set and Bundle will be available for purchase on September 1, 2017.


Have you thought about subscribing to Paper Pumpkin but never clicked the Subscribe button?  Are you not ready to turn stamping into a full-time hobby, but would love a simple, fun creative experience?

If you answered yes to either of the above questions, then now is a great time to  to join Paper Pumpkin at an amazing introductory rate during our Fall into Savings promotion.

If you subscribe from August 11–September 10, you will receive September’s (gorgeous!) Paper Pumpkin kit straight to your door, complete with everything you need to make adorable, shareable projects—all for 50% off!  Just sign up using promo code HALFOFF0917 at by September 10.

So don’t wait!  Subscribe anytime from August 11–September 10 to get September’s kit at an outstanding introductory rate.  And shhhh . . . you won’t want to miss out on October and November’s kits, either!  Think: super cute and VERY festive!

The Fine Print:

  • Only new month-to-month subscribers qualify for the 50% discount.
  • To participate in this promotion, subscribers must join by Monday, September 10, 2017 at 11:50 PM (MT).
  • The 50% discount only applies to the new subscriber’s first kit.  After that, the price for each month’s kit will return to the regular price of $19.95 USD until membership is cancelled.
  • New subscribers must visit to join.
  • Enter the promo code HALFOFF0917 at to subscribe.

Plus, when you become a Paper Pumpkin subscriber you will gain access to blogs and Facebook groups dedicated to projects using the monthly kits.

HOLIDAY CATALOG SNEAK PEEK:  Today’s sneak peek video features the Merry Little Christmas Suite (a “mega” suite).  Why is it a mega suite?  Well after watching the video you will see it is not just any ordinary product suite.

Some of these products did make it into my pre-order so look for projects featuring them coming soon.

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.


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