Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Blog Hop - Summer Nights

Happy Tuesday crafters!  I can't believe that July is almost over and it's time for another month with the Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Blog Hop group!

July's kit is perfect for the warm summer nights we have right now!  This month's theme celebrates the summer fun of going to the fair, lightning bugs, and more!

Paper Pumpkin July 2020 - YouTube

For my project this month, I started off using the coordinating card pack that is available this month.  This add on card pack is perfect.  You get 24 cards for $10 plus envelopes!  I started off using the jar vellum piece and the bugs from the kit.  I used Gold Metallic paper and trimmed down the die cut piece from the kit to fit inside.

How cute is that sentiment?  I used the Make a Difference stamp set to string together the letters to create my own sentiment and the Get Well is from the Well Said stamp set.  I finished off the project with the glitter star from the kit as a final touch!

Make sure to check out next blog in the hop by stopping by Dana Sullivan's blog and see her alternative project!  Click HERE to jump to her blog or click the next button below! 

August's kit looks to be even better when Paper Pumpkin and Stampin' Up have created a kit to honor all the heroes in our lives!  Subscribe now to receive this kit by signing up by August 10th by clicking HERE!

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  1. Such a cute get well card! It's going to make somebody feel better quickly!

  2. So cute. Love the way you used the alphabet stamp set to personalize the sentiment.

  3. Love the idea of using the bugs for a get well card! How fun and ingenious! Way to go! SO cute!

  4. Stinkin' cute project - such a fun kit! Thank you for hopping with us!

  5. Beautiful card and a great sentiment!

  6. Anastasia, I love your gold label. Great way to tie everything together. Thanks for sharing.

  7. Oh wow love how you combined words like that!