What’s the deal with Paper Pumpkin?

So many of my friends and customers have asked me about Paper Pumpkin. Well, consider this blog post as Paper Pumpkin 101. Starting today, Stampin’ Up! is having a BOGO sale for new Paper Pumpkin subscribers, which is why I figured I’d better tell you why Paper Pumpkin is so exciting.

Have you ever wanted to make amazing projects and cards without the prep work? Meet Paper Pumpkin—a crafting subscription program by Stampin’ Up! Because sometimes the best way to get creative is INSIDE the box.  It really is like treating yourself to 12 birthdays a year! Each kit is a new surprise filled with all the stamps, ink, and paper you need to make an amazing project. Still not sure what I’m talking about? This video probably explains it better than I do:

How about some pictures of kits from this past year?

Pretty, am I right???

A bit more info: The kits are typically seasonal, e.g. the November kit will likely be Christmas themed. You are welcome to skip months if you need to take a break, are out of town, don’t want a seasonal kit, etc., as long as you do so by the 10th of the month. Kits include extra embellishment for you to use at a later date for future projects. Customer satisfaction is very important to Stampin’ Up! If you are ever disappointed with a kit, please let me, your demonstrator, know so that I can follow up. The monthly subscription cost is $26.96. Prepaid subscriptions are also available for 1 month, 3 month, 6 month and 12 months. Please note the BOGO sale only applies to new monthly subscribers.

Paper Pumpkin BOGO

Are you ready to give it a try? I guarantee you won’t like Paper Pumpkin—you’ll LOVE it!

To take advantage of the BOGO sale, you must use the promo code: BOGO at check out.

SUBSCRIBE HERE!

 

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