Today I have a few more projects to share that I made with the Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin kit: an Easter-themed scrapbook page, two angled easel fold cards, and cards that I’m sending off to a few of my lucky subscribers.

My creative process started out like this…

I wanted to use a gold doily as a stencil (you may have seen others doing this already). But I wanted just the floral area to get ink and nothing beyond. So I carefully placed sticky note paper pieces along the crazy edge of half the doily.

Here are a few more alternate projects that I created with elements from the February 2021 Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin Kit: an Easter-themed scrapbook page, two angled easel cards, and the cards I gifted to a few of my lucky subscribers. Click here for more photos, measurements, a supply list, and helpful tips. - Stampin’ Up!® - Stamp Your Art Out! www.stampyourartout.com

I made sure to add on a second layer to fill in any gaps between the sticky notes.

Here are a few more alternate projects that I created with elements from the February 2021 Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin Kit: an Easter-themed scrapbook page, two angled easel cards, and the cards I gifted to a few of my lucky subscribers. Click here for more photos, measurements, a supply list, and helpful tips. - Stampin’ Up!® - Stamp Your Art Out! www.stampyourartout.com

Then using a Blending Brush I added Mossy Meadow ink to the bottom edge of some Basic White Cardstock.

Here are a few more alternate projects that I created with elements from the February 2021 Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin Kit: an Easter-themed scrapbook page, two angled easel cards, and the cards I gifted to a few of my lucky subscribers. Click here for more photos, measurements, a supply list, and helpful tips. - Stampin’ Up!® - Stamp Your Art Out! www.stampyourartout.com

Here are a few more alternate projects that I created with elements from the February 2021 Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin Kit: an Easter-themed scrapbook page, two angled easel cards, and the cards I gifted to a few of my lucky subscribers. Click here for more photos, measurements, a supply list, and helpful tips. - Stampin’ Up!® - Stamp Your Art Out! www.stampyourartout.com

I had planned to make an Easter card with this 4″ x 5-1/4″ piece. But after stenciling, I realized it would be fun to use this and another like it to make a circle (rather than an oval that would be formed by the whole stencil) and turn it into a fun title piece on a scrapbook page. So I cut my Basic White into two (2-3/4″ x 4″ and 2-1/2″ x 4″) and I worked with the stencil and Blending Brush again.

I also found that after wiping away the ink from the gold foil surface of the stencil that I could reuse this as if it were untouched. The ink wiped off so easily! 

So I took that now totally clean gold doily and cut a couple edges off to save as accent pieces.

Here are a few more alternate projects that I created with elements from the February 2021 Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin Kit: an Easter-themed scrapbook page, two angled easel cards, and the cards I gifted to a few of my lucky subscribers. Click here for more photos, measurements, a supply list, and helpful tips. - Stampin’ Up!® - Stamp Your Art Out! www.stampyourartout.com

Then I punched out 3 small balloons with the Balloon Bouquet Punch from the outer area of that middle section and trimmed them to look like eggs.

Here are a few more alternate projects that I created with elements from the February 2021 Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin Kit: an Easter-themed scrapbook page, two angled easel cards, and the cards I gifted to a few of my lucky subscribers. Click here for more photos, measurements, a supply list, and helpful tips. - Stampin’ Up!® - Stamp Your Art Out! www.stampyourartout.com

I punched out three more small balloons from Rococo Rose, Pear Pizzazz, and Basic White Cardstock (to make more eggs), punched and stamped a Pear Pizzazz 2-1/4″ Circle, connected my two stenciled Basic White pieces together with a strip of Rococo Rose in-between to form more of a circular wreath design, and then added the 2-1/4″ circle in the center (with a layered egg).

Here are a few more alternate projects that I created with elements from the February 2021 Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin Kit: an Easter-themed scrapbook page, two angled easel cards, and the cards I gifted to a few of my lucky subscribers. Click here for more photos, measurements, a supply list, and helpful tips. - Stampin’ Up!® - Stamp Your Art Out! www.stampyourartout.com

Next I added the gold doily edges peeking out the top and bottom, tied on some twine, and flipped this over to add Dimensionals in the four corners as shown.

Here are a few more alternate projects that I created with elements from the February 2021 Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin Kit: an Easter-themed scrapbook page, two angled easel cards, and the cards I gifted to a few of my lucky subscribers. Click here for more photos, measurements, a supply list, and helpful tips. - Stampin’ Up!® - Stamp Your Art Out! www.stampyourartout.com

And with a few more layers (measurements are below) here is what my finished page became!

Here are a few more alternate projects that I created with elements from the February 2021 Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin Kit: an Easter-themed scrapbook page, two angled easel cards, and the cards I gifted to a few of my lucky subscribers. Click here for more photos, measurements, a supply list, and helpful tips. - Stampin’ Up!® - Stamp Your Art Out! www.stampyourartout.com

To get the gold doily eggs onto the cardstock ones, I sponged on Multipurpose Liquid Glue. All eggs were added with Dimensionals to create a bit of shadow.

Extra products I used… See below for a complete list of extra products I used linked to where you can find them in my online store.

Measurements…

  • Hydrangea Hill Designer Paper
    • One 12″ x 12″ sheet
  • Mossy Meadow Cardstock
    • 3-3/4″ x 3″
    • 3-3/4″ x 8″
    • Three pieces that are 3-5/8″ x 5-1/2″
  • Basic White Cardstock
    • 2-1/2″ x 4″
    • 2-3/4″ x 4″
    • Scrap for punching a small balloon (egg)
  • Rococo Rose Cardstock
    • 3-1/2″ x 3-1/2″
    • 3/4″ x 4″
    • Three pieces that are 3-3/8″ x 5-1/4″
    • Scrap for punching a small balloon (egg)
  • Pear Pizzazz Cardstock
    • Scrap for punching a 2-1/4″ Circle
    • Scrap for punching a small balloon (egg)

Here are a few more alternate projects that I created with elements from the February 2021 Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin Kit: an Easter-themed scrapbook page, two angled easel cards, and the cards I gifted to a few of my lucky subscribers. Click here for more photos, measurements, a supply list, and helpful tips. - Stampin’ Up!® - Stamp Your Art Out! www.stampyourartout.com

Here are a few more alternate projects that I created with elements from the February 2021 Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin Kit: an Easter-themed scrapbook page, two angled easel cards, and the cards I gifted to a few of my lucky subscribers. Click here for more photos, measurements, a supply list, and helpful tips. - Stampin’ Up!® - Stamp Your Art Out! www.stampyourartout.com

Here are a few more alternate projects that I created with elements from the February 2021 Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin Kit: an Easter-themed scrapbook page, two angled easel cards, and the cards I gifted to a few of my lucky subscribers. Click here for more photos, measurements, a supply list, and helpful tips. - Stampin’ Up!® - Stamp Your Art Out! www.stampyourartout.com

For my angled easel cards I wanted to use the floral bouquet die-cut from the kit. But the bouquet itself was too big. So I cut it down like this so I had two usable floral borders for later. 

Here are a few more alternate projects that I created with elements from the February 2021 Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin Kit: an Easter-themed scrapbook page, two angled easel cards, and the cards I gifted to a few of my lucky subscribers. Click here for more photos, measurements, a supply list, and helpful tips. - Stampin’ Up!® - Stamp Your Art Out! www.stampyourartout.com

Then I added one of the smaller floral die-cuts to the ribbon/stems section (which I had to cut down a bit more). And I prepared the other main pieces of my card.

Here are a few more alternate projects that I created with elements from the February 2021 Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin Kit: an Easter-themed scrapbook page, two angled easel cards, and the cards I gifted to a few of my lucky subscribers. Click here for more photos, measurements, a supply list, and helpful tips. - Stampin’ Up!® - Stamp Your Art Out! www.stampyourartout.com

Here are the measurements…

Extra products I used… See below for a complete list of extra products I used linked to where you can find them in my online store.

Measurements…

  • Basic White Cardstock
    • 4-1/4″ x 9-3/4″ scored in from the left at 4-1/4″ and scored again diagonally from the upper left corner to the bottom right corner of that square area. (see above photo)
    • 2-1/4″ x 3-3/8″
  • Rococo Rose card base from kit (or cardstock)
    • 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″ cut in from the left at 4-1/4″ to get two pieces
  • Vellum layer from the kit (flipped over for the silvery/white side)
    • 4″ x 5-1/4″ cut in from the left at 4-1/8″ to get two pieces
  • Mossy Meadow Cardstock
    • 2-7/16″ x 3-9/16″

I folded the Basic White at the vertical score line, added adhesive to just the lower diagonal section,…

Here are a few more alternate projects that I created with elements from the February 2021 Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin Kit: an Easter-themed scrapbook page, two angled easel cards, and the cards I gifted to a few of my lucky subscribers. Click here for more photos, measurements, a supply list, and helpful tips. - Stampin’ Up!® - Stamp Your Art Out! www.stampyourartout.com

…and added the Rococo Rose square to the front left area of the white card base. Then I added the other Rococo Rose strip to cover the remaining white off to the right.

Here are a few more alternate projects that I created with elements from the February 2021 Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin Kit: an Easter-themed scrapbook page, two angled easel cards, and the cards I gifted to a few of my lucky subscribers. Click here for more photos, measurements, a supply list, and helpful tips. - Stampin’ Up!® - Stamp Your Art Out! www.stampyourartout.com

I stamped and added the small bouquet to the 2-1/4″ x 3-3/8″ Basic White layer, mounted this onto the Mossy Meadow layer, and then added this to the larger of the two vellum pieces so that when the vellum pieces were lined up everything would look centered. Next I added the main vellum to the front of the card making sure any adhesive was hidden under the Mossy Meadow layer.

To get the vellum strip to stick down on the right I first put it in place and added four large rhinestones to the corners of the vellum pieces as shown. 

Here are a few more alternate projects that I created with elements from the February 2021 Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin Kit: an Easter-themed scrapbook page, two angled easel cards, and the cards I gifted to a few of my lucky subscribers. Click here for more photos, measurements, a supply list, and helpful tips. - Stampin’ Up!® - Stamp Your Art Out! www.stampyourartout.com

Then I lifted the vellum strip back up, flipped it over, and added a Glue Dot behind each large rhinestone.

Here are a few more alternate projects that I created with elements from the February 2021 Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin Kit: an Easter-themed scrapbook page, two angled easel cards, and the cards I gifted to a few of my lucky subscribers. Click here for more photos, measurements, a supply list, and helpful tips. - Stampin’ Up!® - Stamp Your Art Out! www.stampyourartout.com

The last step was adding the rhinestone “stopper” and stamped sentiment to the inside. After putting the rhinestone in place, I propped up my easel and positioned another strip of cardstock so it ran parallel to the bottom edge of the easel. I then opened the card up all the way and stamped the sentiment using that strip of cardstock and the rhinestone as a guide.

Here are a few more alternate projects that I created with elements from the February 2021 Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin Kit: an Easter-themed scrapbook page, two angled easel cards, and the cards I gifted to a few of my lucky subscribers. Click here for more photos, measurements, a supply list, and helpful tips. - Stampin’ Up!® - Stamp Your Art Out! www.stampyourartout.com

Here are a few more alternate projects that I created with elements from the February 2021 Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin Kit: an Easter-themed scrapbook page, two angled easel cards, and the cards I gifted to a few of my lucky subscribers. Click here for more photos, measurements, a supply list, and helpful tips. - Stampin’ Up!® - Stamp Your Art Out! www.stampyourartout.com

And here is the finished card!

Here are a few more alternate projects that I created with elements from the February 2021 Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin Kit: an Easter-themed scrapbook page, two angled easel cards, and the cards I gifted to a few of my lucky subscribers. Click here for more photos, measurements, a supply list, and helpful tips. - Stampin’ Up!® - Stamp Your Art Out! www.stampyourartout.com

Here are a few more alternate projects that I created with elements from the February 2021 Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin Kit: an Easter-themed scrapbook page, two angled easel cards, and the cards I gifted to a few of my lucky subscribers. Click here for more photos, measurements, a supply list, and helpful tips. - Stampin’ Up!® - Stamp Your Art Out! www.stampyourartout.com

And here is one more version of this card where I used the two trimmed off bouquet edges as the stopper.

Here are a few more alternate projects that I created with elements from the February 2021 Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin Kit: an Easter-themed scrapbook page, two angled easel cards, and the cards I gifted to a few of my lucky subscribers. Click here for more photos, measurements, a supply list, and helpful tips. - Stampin’ Up!® - Stamp Your Art Out! www.stampyourartout.com

And did you see?… I also cut the b and e off the German word sticker to get the word “be.” For the word “you” I used my Stampin’ Write Marker to just ink up that word in the “sorry for your loss” kit stamp. Thanks for this idea Alanna Wharf!

Here are a few more alternate projects that I created with elements from the February 2021 Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin Kit: an Easter-themed scrapbook page, two angled easel cards, and the cards I gifted to a few of my lucky subscribers. Click here for more photos, measurements, a supply list, and helpful tips. - Stampin’ Up!® - Stamp Your Art Out! www.stampyourartout.com

Here are a few more alternate projects that I created with elements from the February 2021 Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin Kit: an Easter-themed scrapbook page, two angled easel cards, and the cards I gifted to a few of my lucky subscribers. Click here for more photos, measurements, a supply list, and helpful tips. - Stampin’ Up!® - Stamp Your Art Out! www.stampyourartout.com

One of the ways I show my appreciation for my subscribers each month is to draw five names randomly and send them a card I’ve created with the contents of the kit and some extra product of some sort. I decided to recreate one of the cards I shared on February 25th. I didn’t have many similar floral pieces left though, so I cut down another bouquet (as shown above) to finish off two of them. These are easy to make but so eye-catching.

Here are a few more alternate projects that I created with elements from the February 2021 Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin Kit: an Easter-themed scrapbook page, two angled easel cards, and the cards I gifted to a few of my lucky subscribers. Click here for more photos, measurements, a supply list, and helpful tips. - Stampin’ Up!® - Stamp Your Art Out! www.stampyourartout.com

These cards will go out in today’s mail. (To those five who were picked, sorry for the wait.)

Looking for more ideas? Be sure to check out my other fun alternate projects that I shared on February 25th. I hope I inspired your creativity with what I shared today! If you did not get this kit, I hope you can apply these ideas to products you already own.

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By the way, today is the last day to sign up (or have an active subscription) for Paper Pumpkin so you get in on this month’s 8th Anniversary March kit. And if your subscription is through me, you’ll be able to enjoy exclusive ideas shared in video tutorials from myself and 5 other creative Stampin’ Up! demonstrators on the PPX Crew.   Enjoy exclusive ideas shared in video tutorials from the PPX Crew of six talented Stampin' Up! demonstrators.  - Stampin’ Up!® - Stamp Your Art Out! www.stampyourartout.com

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A PEEK AT MARCH’S PAPER PUMPKIN KIT
Adventure awaits inside this month’s majestic, mountain-themed kit. With enough elements and embellishments to create eight 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″ cards – 4 each of 2 designs – and coordinating envelopes, the Here’s to You Paper Pumpkin Kit is the perfect pick for celebrating life’s little moments and mountain-high milestones! Then to celebrate Paper Pumpkin’s eight years, this kit (which will come in a special collectible box) is ready to lead you on an excursion to explore your creativity with the bonus gift of four free stencils & stamping sponge! To embark on the adventure, prepare for the trek and watch this promotional video. Coordinating colors: Bumblebee, Calypso Coral, Old Olive, Petal Pink, Pretty Peacock, Seaside Spray

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Product List…things you might need/want in addition to the February 2021 Paper Pumpkin kit to make these projects (I listed the kit refill below because at the time I created this post, the kit refill was still available….just an option for anyone who missed out on getting the full kit with the ink and stamps)

  • sticky notes
  • paper towel

HEY CHICK & HEY BIRTHDAY CHICK 
Available February 2 – June 30, 2021 – The popular Hey Chick has returned to pair up with the Hey Birthday Chick stamp set in the current mini catalog!! And each with coordinating dies. Click here for a downloadable flyer. Click here to shop online.

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CRAZY FOR BUTTERFLIES 
New early release and exclusive Butterfly Bouquet products are now available March 2 through May 3, 2021!! Click here for a downloadable flyer. Click here to shop online.

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PPX CREW EXCLUSIVE TUTORIALS
If your Paper Pumpkin subscription is through me, you’ll now be able to enjoy exclusive ideas shared in video tutorials from the creative Stampin’ Up! demonstrators on the PPX Crew!

A PEEK AT MARCH’S PAPER PUMPKIN KIT
Adventure awaits inside this month’s majestic, mountain-themed kit. With enough elements and embellishments to create eight 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″ cards – 4 each of 2 designs – and coordinating envelopes, the Here’s to You Paper Pumpkin Kit is the perfect pick for celebrating life’s little moments and mountain-high milestones! Then to celebrate Paper Pumpkin’s eight years, this kit (which will come in a special collectible box) is ready to lead you on an excursion to explore your creativity with the bonus gift of four free stencils & stamping sponge! To embark on the adventure, prepare for the trek and watch this promotional video. Coordinating colors: Bumblebee, Calypso Coral, Old Olive, Petal Pink, Pretty Peacock, Seaside Spray
If you are not a Paper Pumpkin subscriber, I invite you to give it a try. CLICK HERE to learn more. CLICK HERE to sign up by March 10th for this next kit.

The March 2021 Here’s to You Paper Pumpkin Kit.  - Stampin’ Up!® - Stamp Your Art Out! www.stampyourartout.com

ALL STAR TUTORIALS
I’m a designer with the All Stars, a group of globally recognized Stampin’ Up! demonstrators. And we are excited to share exclusively with our customers, paper crafting friends & team members our bundle of twelve March 2021 Hydrangea Hill Suite Tutorials which are now available! CLICK HERE for more information. Click here to get to my Tutorials for Sale page to see the others that have been offered. The next one featuring the Flowering Cactus Product Medley will be available April 1st! AND these tutorial bundles (Jan-June) include links to instructional videos!

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