2020 Aug-Dec Mini Catalog (Holiday), Seasonal - Fall

Autumn Punch Pack – Let’s Make a Wreath!

What happens when you pick your favorite fall cardstock colors of Pumpkin Pie, Cherry Cobbler, Bumblebee and Old Olive and combine them with the Autumn Punch Pack and a whole lot of glue dots?? FFB2AA57-BD0F-4533-8C4E-9FF1DEA54096 A little disclaimer….I took the above picture before I used up most of what I had punched to make this: 75579EB6-2AF2-4C28-8B8E-02E72124E3D6 It was so easy to make.  I started with a leftover scalloped circle that I had cut the middle out of.  I used that as my base and randomly attached the leaves using the glue dots.  I alternated colors and shapes of the leaves and went counterclockwise around.  When I got back to the starting point, I just tucked a few of the leaves underneath the leaves at the starting point. 52FC49B9-E842-4AAF-B4F9-3A1CF0B81711 And the best part is that there is no mess either.  The leaves are too small to try and use Stampin’ Seal and glue would have been messy.  Glue dots were the answer.  I attached a leaf to the glue dot and then pulled it off the “tape” they come on….the glue dot stays attached to the cardstock leaf, making it easy-peasy to adhere to the circle frame. 78C711E0-03D1-408C-93D6-F38C63D4E3C1I attached the wreath to a piece of the In Good Taste Designer Series Paper.  The paper already had a wood grained look, but I decided to give it a little more texture by embossing it with the Pinewood Planks 3D Embossing Folder. If you look closely at the photo below you can see some of the plank ridges.  It looks like a real piece of wood doesn’t it? C5D58A48-B5DA-478C-991B-0BC124EF3478 All that was left was to stamp a sentiment on a piece of Very Vanilla Cardstock – which is from the Gathered Leaves Stamp Set –  adhere it to the front of the card, and then add a little ribbon.  I used two pieces of Bumblebee Gingham Ribbon to make the bow. 67308997-0839-4A7D-8218-5EC81307B7D8 If you would like to make this card, these are the supplies you will need:
  • Cherry Cobbler Cardstock – Cut 4 1/4” x 11”; score and fold at 5 1/2”
  • In Good Taste Designer Series Paper – Cut 5 1/4 “x 4“
  • Very Vanilla Cardstock – Cut 5 1/4” x 4” (inside) and scrap for Stitched Oval
  • Cardstock scraps in the following colors: Cherry Cobbler, Pumpkin Pie, Bumblebee and Old Olive
  • Autumn Punch Pack
  • Ink: Early Espresso
  • Adhesive: Stampin’ Seal and Glue Dots
  • Gathered Leaves Stamp Set (sentiment (or choose your own!)
  • Stitched Shapes Dies
For this card I also stamped a sentiment on the inside and added a few stamped leaves. E6C4C083-F979-4089-B71D-DAC9D5F9AB3E Have a great week-end and Happy Stamping! Patricia 4BCE8C5C-022E-412B-8106-3240FA856465

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98C5857A-3930-48E7-B174-AF90A99F5E96Hello, Pumpkin

If you like fall, autumn and all things that come with cool weather….like Halloween, Pumpkins, Hot Apple Cider and Fall leaves, then you will love Paper Pumpkin’s September Kit – Hello Pumpkin.  September’s Kit has everything you need to create cracker box treat packages for friends and family.  The paper is reversible and The stamp set is for multi-occasions, so you can make either fall themed or Halloween themed projects.  And there are lots of die cuts, so you have twice as many options!  The kit contains enough supplies for 20 cracker box treat packages.  The colors are Bumblebee, Basic Black, Cajun Craze, Cinnamon Cider, Mossy Meadow, Old Olive and Pumpkin Pie.

You can order your Paper Pumpkin kit HERE  The Deadline to order is September 10th!

TFFBB1619-BD21-49B3-9DF0-72A9F81FFC70he new Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine will be available to order on September 1st!  As a Demonstrator, I was able to pre-order one during the month of August.  It arrived on Monday….and I can’t say enough good things about it!  It’s easy to use, easy, smooth sending the dies and embossing machine through the machine and best of all it folds up so it takes up a smaller footprint on my craft desk….leaving me more room to create!  There are also easy instructions right on the base plate of how to make the “sandwiches” for both die cutting and embossing.  Plus all the plates are numbered, so there is no confusion of what to use!  You can find it in the Annual Catalog on pages 170-172.  Presently only the larger Stampin’ Cut & Emboss is available.   The Mini Stampin’ Cut & Emboss will not available on September 1st….but it’s coming in the next few months!

IF YOU NEED SUPPLIES SO YOU CAN MAKE TODAY’S PROJECT or any other crafting project, please click  HERE and you’ll be taken to my online Stampin’ Up! Site where you can look at all the products online and purchase what you need. If you do not already have a demonstrator, I would be honored to be yours!  If your order is less than $150, please use my AUGUST Host Code: QTYPTEBZ and choose me as your Demonstrator when prompted.1C7649C1-AAA2-4BEE-9E4B-2C1BD9C37936 If you place an order of $50 or more and use my Host Code during the month of August.  I will send you a small gift as a thank you from me! If your order is $150 or more, please do NOT use the Host Code as you will receive Stampin’ Rewards of your own.  Rewards start at $15 worth of free products of your choice.  Don’t forget to choose me as your demonstrator during check-out so you can receive your gift from me! Need Help Placing an Order?  please contact me at pdominicci@gmail.com and I will be happy to assist you!

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4 thoughts on “Autumn Punch Pack – Let’s Make a Wreath!”

  1. It looks like it will take a whole lot of glue dots, but I think it is cute enough that I’m going to give it a try! Thanks for the inspiration!

    1. You’re welcome Anita! I counted and I used 59 glue dots! But so much easier and not messy like trying to use glue. It went fairly fast too….it was worth every glue dot! I’d love to see your card!

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