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Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Halloween Card, September 2020 Stampin' Up! Paper Pumpkin

I thought it was time to play with my September Paper Pumpkin kit again.  There's still SO many pieces left to it. I am not sure if I used up all my double pumpkins or if I just lost them on my worktable.  By the way it's not as messy as it was last week. I've actually been putting things away!  Shocker, I know!!! LOL So they are either used up or lost. So here's the original card. There is no link to any directions so I winged it. I did replaced the double pumpkin with two pumpkins.  Probably could have stood to have three there but I went with to and it turned out fine.

The base of my card is a folded half-sheet of Rich Razzleberry card stock. This card opens at the bottom and the fold is at the top. 

I taped a 4" x 5-1/4" piece of Designer Series Paper (DSP) from the "Plaid Christmas" 6" x 6" paper stack.  

Then I die cut the "Stitched Nested Label" on Whisper White card stock. I used the second largest die.

I didn't want to stamp and color the hat because I was running short on time, so I used one of the die cut ones. I took one of the rectangle lace pieces and set it on the left so I could see where the hat could go. I taped the hat in place. I also set a flower from the kit on the hat using a small Dimensional. I colored in the center of the flower with a black marker.

The words are from the kit and they were stamped on a tag from the kit. I used the Cajun Craze ink from the kit. These kits come with lots of stuff.  I don't use the glue dots often, I usually use my snail tape because I think it's quicker. I added glue to the back of the word piece and set the lace and word piece on the front of the card at the same time. The glue will hold the two together and also hold it to the card. 

A small pumpkin was added to the bottom right and one of the Mossy Meadow curly pieces (cut) was stuck to the back of it before it was set in place.

Then the other two pumpkins were added using Dimensionals and curly pieces were added to the sides and bottom. I stuck them to the Dimensional before I set them in place.  

A 4" x 5-1/4" piece of Whisper White was added to the inside of the card and the card was done.  

This was a fun and quick card to make. I've found several cards on the internet that were made using this kit. I have a few more I'd like to make within the next couple of weeks.  I'll probably finish up with them just in time for the next kit to arrive!

Thank you SO much for taking the time to stop by today,

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