I have finally had a chance to play with my Noble Peacock stamp bundle and the coordinating supplies. I made two cards and this is the first one. Suitable for many occasions and also for either a male or female recipient.
I have used both regular cardstock and the Noble Peacock Specialty DSP and Foil Sheets for the card and layers.
Welcome to the Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Blog Hop! The beauty of the Paper Pumpkin kit is that you can follow the directions provided in the kit to make the projects as they were designed, or use the supplies as a starting point and let your creativity run wild.
On this hop we will be sharing lots of ideas with you on how to use this August Paper Pumpkin kit: "The Gift of Fall".
These are the original projects:
Beginning August 1st there is an add-on available for the August kit.*Not included with an August Paper Pumpkin subscription.
Here are the details...
Gift of Fall Add-On Bundle
Get a splash of Autumn colour! You can step up the treat bags and turn them into cards with our exclusive, elegant add-on bundle. So when the evenings turn cool and it’s time to pull on a sweater, you’ll have plenty of cozy crafting to do thanks to Paper Pumpkin.
Includes 24 card bases of 2 different
designs with coordinating envelopes.
Available August 1, while supplies last
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I have made 2 different cards using the Add-On Bundle. My first card is using the front of the Pretty Peacock card, I cut the front off the card at 3-1/2" x 5" and added a layer of Calypso Coral to a Pretty Peacock card base. Using the coordinating cardstock colours I cut out leaves using the Gathered Leaves dies. (** By spraying your
cardstock with water the deep embossed effect gives you a tone on tone
colour for the leaves and cuts them out.**)
My second card uses the other card design and I used the same card layout except this time I used a Blackberry Bliss card base and a Crushed Curry layer.
I also made a gift card holder using Crumb Cake cardstock. Started with a 3" x 7" piece and scored it in the middle at 3-1/2". On the long sides I scored 1/4" in from each edge. Cut both 1/4" sides off on one half of the cardstock and folded the other sides on the score lines. Used a 1" circle punch to cut a half circle in the end to make it easy to get the gift card in and out. Glued the front to the back and voila!
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This is the September kit which includes 20 food safe-treat boxes, a unique and exclusive Halloween stamp set, and a spooky special-edition box.
Coordinating colors: Basic Black, Gorgeous Grape, Pumpkin Pie, and Whisper White
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Thank you for joining us as we share with you the possibilities of Paper Pumpkin, now hop over to Tricia's blog to see her fun creation.
When I got my new stamp set "Pocketful of Happiness" from the annual catalogue I saw the image of a jeans pocket somewhat similar to a pair of jeans that I have, combined with others seen in the clothes stores!
It is a great way to include a monetary gift for someone! Just coincidence that my $10 bill matched with the colour combination that I chose.
I chose my card colours from the DSP that became my jeans pocket. I stamped the flower with versamark onto watercolour paper and embossed with gold embossing powder. Then I coloured with Calypso Coral, Old Olive and So Saffron and fussy cut out the whole image.
Another card using the Daisy Lane bundle. This one uses Blushing Bride to make a daisy with a Granny Apple colour coordination.
I saw the use of our grid paper for a card layer made by Cheryl Piotrowski and really loved this colour combination. For this card I used a sentiment from the Daisy Delight stamp set but you could use one from the Daisy Lane bundle.