Tuesday, February 2, 2021

Sending Hearts Snow Fun!

Today, Massachusetts is digging out from a 'Noreaster.  We were forecasted up to a foot of snow, so it was a snow day for many school kids and businesses.  I decided to make the most of my "snow day" and put together my Paper Pumpkin kit.

Here I am, outside in my driveway.  My husband hasn't gotten the snowblower out yet!  We didn't get the foot they forecasted, although just west of us by 5 miles they got 20 inches!  I'm glad we only got 5 or 6!

Okay, here's the Paper Pumkin card I made today!  

Isn't it adorable?!  This little guy is hot on the mission of sending Valentine's wishes to some special someone!  I don't have the Snailed It bundle yet as the stamps are backordered, but "Mr Snail" was one of the stamps in this past month's Paper Pumkin.  

I just stamped the snail in Memento ink, colored him in with the Light and Dark Poppy Parade blends, and added some dirt and tufts of grass with the Dark Granny Apple Green blend, and the Dark Crumb Cake blends.  

The hearts and flowers in red were a stamp included in the stamp set as well.  What a cute Valentine background they make!  I also just added the black paper strip (it was a punch out) and the cute little pink epoxy heart to my envelope, and the card was done!  I could have popped it up or added more detail but the card doesn't need it!  

KISS!  Keep it simple Stamper!  The monthly Paper Pumpkin kit is your easy button for creativity!  Do you have nieces or nephews that like to craft?  Do you like to craft but not have a lot of extra space for supplies?  Maybe you have a full-time job but love to stamp!  This kit is for you!

Subscribe by the 10th to receive your monthly kit.  You can cancel at any time, or even hold for a month or two.  Oh yes, and you can buy pre-paid subscriptions for yourself or as a gift! 

Here's my link to subscribe for the February kit, Bouquet of Hope.  Oh yes, and here's quick peek (sorry, this is all I have) ...

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