I’m so pleased that you like the Ice Cream Corner Suite as much as I do! I’m all-in for any rubber stamps with a coordinating punch: It makes paper crafting so easy.
This is the last week to order the bundle or suite and receive my April 3-for-Free kit:
While the stamp set and punch will be in the 2021-22 Annual catalog, they won’t be bundled together with the 10% discount like they are right now, and the coordinating Designer Series Paper will be retiring by the end of June!
This is a card we created at our last Stamp Club…and by the way, Stamp Club begins again in MAY, and we’d love to have you JOIN THE CLUB!
Don’t limit your creativity to cards…I even used the supplies to create this with a Rusch clock from Ikea:
Here’s the video tutorial taken from my Facebook Live demonstration:
The So Cool Paper Pumpkin Kit is a little taste of summer fun; with enough supplies to make 12 shaped cards (including envelopes). April’s kit was designed with the idea of crafting across generations, so subscribe by April 10th, grab the kids and create together when it arrives in your mailbox! <a target="
You no longer have to wonder about what to make or how to make it. We have everything prepared for you. And every kit is guaranteed.
Blackberry Bliss, Bermuda Bay, Bumblebee, Cinnamon Cider, Old Olive, Terracotta Tile
This kit also coordinates with the Ice Cream Corner Suite (which is my April 3-for-Free Kit), so if your appetite for crafting isn’t satiated with the Paper Pumpkin kit, you can get MORE coordinating stamps and an ice cream punch, Designer Series Paper, and playful accessories in my Stampin’ Store!
The SpendLOVE family sends cards in February (for obvious reasons) and this year Cody and I stamped, cut, embossed and mailed 192 of these adorable greeting cards (with a little help from my mom):
Our son taught us that in Japan, the “culture of cuteness” is called Kawaii: When something (a human or object) is adorable in a charming, shy or childlike way. I think these frozen treats fit the Kawaii description, don’t you?
It’s a labor of love to send these cards (which include a photo of our family and a short newsletter) and as we address the envelopes, we remember our family and friends with gratitude.