Paper Pumpkin Gets “Distinktive” for April

Greetings my stamping friends. It’s still a bit of a struggle here in my home trying to handle real life matters and health issues. If it’s not me or my husband it is my Mom but we did get some happy blessings in our family yesterday with the birth of my great nephew Ryder John Poole, the first child of my niece Shelby.

Paper Pumpkin just had a Birthday earlier this month and I am patiently waiting to receive my kit to see the awesome project they put together for me. Until then they are sharing a little bit of information about the April kit:

Here at Paper Pumpkin, we love providing easy, fast, and fun creative experiences for our subscribers. We do this in a cost-saving and time-efficient way: by delivering a cute package filled with fun papercrafting goodies . . . right to your door.

In addition to providing everything you need to make a pre-designed, all-inclusive project, we also have another goal in mind: to help you unlock and explore your creativity by introducing you to exciting and innovative products from Stampin’ Up!

In April’s Paper Pumpkin kit, we’re pleased to announce that we’ll be treating you to something extra-special: Stampin’ Up!’s brand new Distinktive® stamp images.

What are “distinktive” stamps?

  • Distinktive stamps give you photo-realistic images with just one stamp. They have a special texture that gives added depth and dimension in a single step.
  • These stamps are available only from Stampin’ Up! and are made using a patent-pending process.
  • Distinktive stamps are available in red rubber and photopolymer; Paper Pumpkin’s April kit includes photopolymer stamps.
  • Shop Distinktive stamps in the online store by searching “Distinktive,” or look for the Distinktive icon in Stampin’ Up! catalogs.

These kits are truly worth every penny and come straight to your mailbox once a month when you become a subscriber.

I finally finished one of my February 2019 kits which I can now share with you. You may remember the sneak peek video teasers of succulents and dirt. Well this is what came in the box:

The kit included enough supplies to make nine (9) cards (three (3) each of the three (3) designs above). I followed the directions as the original design was perfect.

Becoming a Paper Pumpkin subscriber is simple. You can ask me for help or simply click HERE to create an account.

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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