Thursday, April 23, 2020

Make two cards with one layout -Use the Stamp Set from April 2020 Paper Pumpkin Kit | Stampin Up

How are you using the leftover pieces from this kit? I decided to design two cards with the same layout that does just that. One card you can make if you don’t have any leftover pieces, while the other card can be made with an extra tree trunk and birds.  I love creating alternative cards with Paper Pumpkin Kits so make sure to come back for more videos as I continue to create with this month’s kit.

I also send a free exclusive card kit designed by me to all my Paper Pumpkin customers who received the April 2020 Paper Pumpkin Kit. The card with the smaller tree is the card they will be making with their kit. I include all cardstock and accessories needed to make two of this card (adhesive and ink are not included). Interested in getting your own free exclusive kit for next month? Sign up for Paper Pumpkin at this link -

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Here are the dimensions and pieces you will need to create these cards:
From the Kit:
Tree Trunk
Die Cut Birds

Extra Cardstock:
Sahara Sand cardstock card base 8 1/2” x 5 1/2” scored at 4 ¼” | 4” x 5 ¼”
*Whisper White cardstock 5 ½” x 3” |3/4” x 2” (greeting)
*Shaded Spruce cardstock 7/8” x 4”
Mint Macaron cardstock 2” x 3”
Daffodil Delight Ruched Ribbon 10”
*use if not using supplies from the kit

Here is a list of the supplies I used to make the cards:
Whisper White cardstock 100730 $9.75
Sahara Sand cardstock 121043 $8.75
Shaded Spruce cardstock 146981 $8.75
Mint Macaron cardstock 138337 $8.75
Early Espresso ink pad 147114 $7.50
Shaded Spruce ink pad 147088 $7.50
Crushed Curry ink pad 147087 $7.50
Rococo Rose ink pad 150080 $7.50
Daffodil Delight Ruched Ribbon 151311 $7.50
Stitched Nested Label Dies 149638 $35.00
Everyday Label Punch 144668 $18.00
Pinewood Planks 3D Embossing Folder 152320 $10.00
Paper Trimmer 152392 $25.00
Simply Shammy 147042 $8.00
Snail Adhesive 104332 $7.00
Multipurpose Liquid Glue 110755 $4.00
Dimensionals 104430 $4.00
Clear Block D 118485 $8.50
Paper Snips 103579 $10.00
Bone Folder 102300 $7.00
Stampin' Pierce Mat 126199 $5.00
Take Your Pick Tool 144107 $10.00

1- Run the 4” x 5 ¼” Sahara Sand cardstock through your Big Shot with the Pinewood Planks Embossing Folder.
2- Remove the flaps from the envelope and cut the pattern to a piece that is 4” x 1 ¾”. Then in half to get 2 pieces that are both 7/8” x 4”
3- If making the small tree card cut either the leftover envelope or Whisper White cardstock with the largest Stitched Nested Label Die.

4- Stamp the tree top image in your choice of ink color. Do two generation stamping (which means you stamp twice without reinking between stamping.) Offset the second image just slightly from the first. If making the small tree card use the image only once and stamp the tree trunk in Early Espresso, if making the large tree double the image to make a larger tree top, then fussy cut.

5- Stamp your greeting on the 3/4” x 2” strip
6- Use the Everyday Label and punch from the Mint Macaron cardstock. Stamp with the Shaded Spruce ink the small leaf image in opposite corners.

7- Adhere the embossed cardstock to the front of the card. Add the tree image on the right side. Add the strip of pattern cardstock or Shaded Spruce about 1” from the bottom of the card.

8- Add adhesive to the back of the punched label. Wrap the ribbon back and forth to create a faux bow. Adhere to the card with dimensionals on the left of the tree about ½ into the pattern strip. Add the greeting with dimensionals to the center of the punched label.
9- If you have any extra bird die cut add them to the tree.

All Done!

I have also created a video walking you through each step:

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Have a creative day!

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