I'm on the edge of my seat, because it's that time of the month when our September Paper Pumpkin kits are shipping out to all of us subscribers! It's so much fun opening up that redish-orange box, unwrapping the pale aqua tissue paper, and revealing fun new stamps, ink and consumables with which to create new projects! And for me personally?…I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the challenge of creating new, ALTERNATE ideas with each kit.
Some of you that follow me are saying, WAIT! What about the August kit video #two?! Yep. I'll share that this week, but I'm still excited about the September kit because I KNOW WHAT'S INSIDE OF IT! Tee hee hee. If you want to see for yourself, Stampin' Up! has already released it's tutorial video. Click here is you want to view it.
So today, I am sharing some pumpkin pages that I made a few years back for my club members in ancipation of the fun September kit arriving soon.
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I'm in the mood for pumpkin everything lately…Paper Pumpkin kits (of course), Pumpkin Pie, Pumpkin decor,…It's getting colder here, because in MN our Autumn is settling in.
Here are some pages that I made a couple years ago for my scrapbooking club. Don't you just love the texture!
The pumpkins are made from just various size circles that have been roughed up on the edges with our distressing tool.
I printed my journaling onto vellum card stock, and then attached it to the page by slipping the extended edge underneath other items and adding adhesive where it wouldn't be seen.
Many of these products can not be purchased anymore. So there is no product list today. But I still wanted to share. Hopefully, you can apply this layout design to products you already own.
I'm off to go look for pumpkin dessert recipes on Pinterest!