Who wouldn’t like two stamp sets for the price of one? And March is the time to do it!
You see, Paper Pumpkin normally comes with all this!
- a stamp set
- glue dots and dimensionals
- an ink spot (mini ink pad)
- cut cardstock and die cuts for 6-8 projects
Of course, you don’t have to follow the instructions. You can use the supplies to make the projects any way you wish.
But when you sign up by March 10th, you’ll get everything they normally give you plus they’ll throw in an extra stamp set and even more supplies to make a dozen cards instead of 6 to 8.
All this for $22! Shipping is included and they don’t charge you until they ship your box of fun!
However, purchasing multiple months in advance changes everything. The price is a little cheaper, you can apply your Paper Pumpkin purchase towards earning free Sale-a-Bration items, but shipping is calculated.
Our Shopping Code has Changed!
Did You See Yesterday’s Stamping Live Stream?
Ann did a little sharing of new items yesterday that are now available as Sale-a-Bration bonuses. You can watch the replay on YouTube here.
I wish Ann had watched the replay before she made today’s card!
In the replay, you’ll see that she started brayering with Seaside Spray. After our dinner guests went home, she started to make the card below. She was matching card stock and picked Balmy Blue for the card base!
Now, in her defense, it did look much closer to the ink color she’d used in the afternoon. When we hold the card, it matches fine! But when we took the picture, well…. it doesn’t quite look the same.
Perhaps she was distracted by her watching Avatar while she was making the card. Do you think?
And even though she knew that she had brayered Granny Apple Green onto the foiled card stock, she felt Pear Pizzazz matched the ink better.
I think it’s just because the brayered ink is lighter than stamping with the color.
Yep. That’s all I’m going to bark about that.