January 23, 2018

Paper Pumpkin - Why It's Such an Amazing Deal

Hello and Happy Tuesday! I hope you're off to a great week so far. I'm in the process of getting ready to do some traveling for my full-time job as a Clinical Informaticist. First stop, Kansas City, Missouri...then possibly Washington State, then who knows where? We shall see. Our hospital is looking into a new electronic documentation system as our current system is fairly antiquated and it's time to spruce it up so we are doing some site visits to learn the good the bad and the ugly of our top 3 contenders. So, now just to hope for good travel weather!
Anyhoo, today I wanted to talk to you a little bit about Paper Pumpkin. I feel like Paper Pumpkin gets looked over, maybe because of her humble beginnings? I'm not sure, but what I am sure of, Paper Pumpkin deserves to have the spotlight shown on her just as much as any other Stampin' Up! product.
And what's even more great? There is NO guess work! You don't need to figure out what will coordinate? What paper should I buy? What stamp set should I get? Ok, so which ink color will go? And on and on the questions form. Who needs all that stress? Not to mention, when making all those decisions, it can get pretty pricey to get all the materials you need for your project. But NOT with Paper Pumpkin! Paper Pumpkin is literally an ALL inclusive craft kit! Each month, this adorable little orange box arrives in your mailbox filled with EVERYTHING you need to create that months project. You receive a full color instruction sheet, an EXCLUSIVE stamp set (you can NOT purchase these stamps outside of Paper Pumpkin...EVER!) an ink cube or two that coordinate with the project (colors will NOT repeat in a 12 month rolling calendar - this means you get to collect at least 12 new colors per year) all of the cardstock precut and scored for the project at hand, any Stampin' Dimensionals, glue dots and sticky strip adhesive you may need for the projects along with any embellishments required such as twine, sequins etc. that the project calls for. It's got EVERYTHING! And another very cool feature of Paper Pumpkin...there are a couple of ways to get this awesome little box to your door! First, there is the recurring subscription; this is $19.95/month plus tax (shipping is included) and every month as long as you maintain your subscription, this sweet box will arrive faithfully to your doorstep.
Second, there is the pre-paid subscriptions and we have options here as well. You can choose between a single one month pre-paid subscription (a great way to just check it out) a 3, 6 and 12 month pre-paid subscriptions. Just choose the one that is right for YOU! And here is the BONUS: with a 3, 6 or 12 month pre-paid subscription....you earn Sale-a-bration rewards! OH YEAH! And to sweeten the deal even more, for the 6 and 12 month subscriptions, you save $1 and $2 per month! I mean really? How can you go wrong?
Paper Pumpkin is perfect if you are an avid crafter or a brand new paper crafter. And it makes the perfect gift for those crafty friends and family! Need more convincing? Check out this Year in Review video to see a years worth of Paper Pumpkin!
Think Paper Pumpkin might be perfect for you? Just click here get started with a continuous subscription; or click here to place a pre-paid 1,3,6 or 12 month subscription and get your Sale-a-bration bonus!
Oh, and one more perk for my subscribers...you get to join my Paper Pumpkin group on Facebook where we can hang out and assemble our kits together on Facebook Live...yep, it's fun!
Ok, while you think about this and ponder which subscription fits you best, sign up for my newsletter to get access to lots of free tutorials and I will make sure you know whenever Stampin' Up! has a special and all of my events.
Happy Stamping,

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