Nov 16, 2016

Paper Pumpkin Peeps: Season of Gratitude Alternates

Hello my dear Paper Pumpkin Peeps!
This was my bag from the On Stage conference last week.

Don't you love when things are made easy for you?
One of the blessings I often see Jesus does for me is that, He makes the load easy, any burden light.

I LOVE LOVE LOVE stamping and the techniques that are out there, but at times I'm not able to find the time to try them all.

Shaker cards was one that I never thought I could do. But the Season of Gratitude came and I complete a fabulous kit with many shaker cards in no time, while learning EASY how to make them.

Don't you LOVE that? I want to show you a couple of alternatives I made with the Season of Gratitude stamp set. I paired it with Totally Trees, a fave from the Holiday Catalog.

Hope you give it a try. Way too pretty and versatile for all seasons.

Easy sketch. Simple fall colors and a wonderful stamp set.

Do you see that perfect bow made with Paper Pumpkin twine?
Well, I simple place a string around the top, adhered on the back with tape
and THEN added the bow with a glue dot. 

One of this die cut leaves was inked with Crushed curry. I just pressed onto the ink pad.
The other was colored with the Gold Wink of Stella.

Remember these? Everyone LOVED them!

I will be updating you all on last month contest. Getting to all my commitments has proven to be a challenge.

Many blessings and keep lifting others up with Paper Pumpkin.
We will be meeting this Sunday to create our kits together!

(Lord willing we all get our kits on time, if not we will find a new date)

Creative Blessings!

Jessica Urrutia

Check more info on these wonderful kits here and join by the 10th, 
you won't get billed with the new kit till the 11th.
Click here for more info.
These were the beautiful shaker cards that came with the kit.
They have sequins inside and shake! eek!

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