May’s Paper Pumpkin Donuts are just the perfect way to share that summer reach-out-and-touch with my grandchildren. Three just moved to Idaho and the other is in San Jose CA. I’m pretty sure they’re going to love them. I think they’ll even get the puns in some of the greetings.
They’re cute and so quick and easy to make. There are three siblings in Idaho (Hi Austin, Nora and Landen) and my special Zion in California so everyone will be getting their own individual donut.
And what do I love just as much as these particular donuts and words??? The envelopes! They’re so soft and lightweight but yet sturdy enough to mail.
I think each child will be a happy camper when they get their very own piece of mail from the family’s mail box. And yes, because the envelopes are 4″ x 4″ I did have to pay an extra $.21 for each one! Crazy. But the envelopes are so simply cute I didn’t want to place them inside a plain old white one just to save a little postage. They’re definitely worth 84 cents.
I think this is one of the cutest, easiest, most versatile Paper Pumpkin kits I’ve seen. And who doesn’t love (these non-fat) donuts? Now if only I could un-bury my June kit…………..
Hmmmm. Who else could I send a donut to? You? I have six more to send out. I’ll send one to the first six readers (non-demos please) to send me their snail address in an email (in the banner above). And check out the Paper Pumpkin subscription information on my Stampin’ Up! website.