Tuesday, March 19, 2013

2013 Paper Pumpkin Welcome Kit

So, you're still on the fence about Paper Pumpkin? Let me walk you through the Welcome Kit, and show you what you're missing (if you are reading this in email, please click on this blog post's title to view the video in your browser):


There are a few items I used in the video, which are not in the Welcome Kit, they are: Paper Snips, SNAIL Adhesive, and Mini Glue Dots. There are a couple more useful items I didn't show, and those are: Stamp-a-ma-jig (if you aren't getting the exact placement of your stamped images on your projects that you would like), Stampin' Scrub (to clean your stamps before putting them away), and Stampin' Mist (cleaning solution to spray on your Stampin' Scrub). You may also be interested in storing your Paper Pumpkin stamps in our Clear-Mount Stamp Cases.

Click on MyPaperPumpkin.com to subscribe and receive your Monthly Kits,
and be sure to choose Kimberley Morris (Colorado Springs, CO) as your demonstrator!

Paper Pumpkin subscribers who choose me as their demonstrator will receive a link to a Free Printable Insert they can use to label their Clear-Mount Stamp Cases, as well as other perks, including: Coronation Gifts, Glass Slipper Surprise Gifts, Paper Pumpkin Royalty Rewards, Plump Your Pumpkin Exclusive Offers, and Two Private Videos Monthly--one to walk through the kit project assembly (like the one above), and one with instructions for alternate layouts/projects using the kit supplies, and even some of the packaging!

Some quick tidbits for current Paper Pumpkin subscribers: Think twice before you throw away the box your kit came in, as it makes handy storage for your supplies. Just set it up on the shelf like a book, and label the "spine". Consolidate multiple kit supplies in one box before you start using another, to optimize space. Consider keeping the chipboard pieces the supplies are sandwiched in, you can use those on other projects! You can even use the clear plastic case the acrylic block comes in, to make yet another project.

~Kimberley Morris Colorado Springs, CO
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2 comments :

Stasia said...

Thanks, Kimberley, This is a great service to those who get the kit and want to do it at home alone or those who don't have a demonstrator to share with them.
From a sister demo, Stasia.

procrastistamper said...

Thank you, Stasia--that was my exact thought behind posting a walkthrough video :-)