If you don’t have a lot of space, time or an intention to collect lots of stamping supplies, then these kits might be just the answer you didn’t know you were looking for. As a demonstrator I’ve been able to purchase a few (my choice of purchasing only a few since there really are a bunch of kits) kits and I now, in just a few hours, I have 18 cards ready to mail.
I chose the kit shown on this brochure as well as a “No Matter the Weather” sending cheer kit. You know I’m an avid stamper but the “Note of Cheer” kit, which required zero stamping, assembly only, is just beautiful, easy and I can’t wait to mail the finished cards.
When I receive a Stampin’ Up! kit that includes greetings in German or French I always save the extra greetings for when I send cards to friends in those countries (former exchange students and their families). It’s fun to surprise them with greetings in their own language although they do enjoy the English practice as well.
Until these news kits come out June 1st, consider signing up for Paper Pumpkin. It’s also a kit….Stampin’ Up!’s monthly One-Stop Box™ that offers a unique variety of paper projects for subscribers of any skill level to enjoy! There are minimal supplies for you to store when you’re finished. Those supplies would be a Classic Ink Cube that coordinates with the kit and a photopolymer–definitely collectable/savable–stamp set and perhaps some left over bling, dimensionals or ribbon. The upcoming Paper Pumpkin kit is filled with NEW products and colors!
You need to order your June Paper Pumpkin kit (usually mailed around the 15th of the month) by June 10. Just click here to sign up for yours. FYI, I pay for my subscription on a monthly basis. But your can subscribe for a 3, 6 or 12 month pre-paid period. Prepaids can be purchased through me via my demonstrator website. After you purchase your subscription, a prepaid code will be emailed to you. You then redeem it at www.paperpumpkin.com to set up your subscription and start receiving your kits. It’s a great gift for yourself or a friend or family member. If you’re long distance from your recipient you can stamp together via Zoom or FB Live like my sister and I do. Never a dull moment.
Here are the cards from the other kit I ordered:
Remember, you can order from The Kits Collection by Stampin’ Up! starting June 1, 2021. They’re the perfect introduction to papercrafting. Each kit will provide step-by-step instructions. They’re all-inclusive, precut, and ready to use; plus, new kits will be added regularly so be sure to check back often! The kits I used above, along with all other kits, will be available only while supplies last. (Hey, I’m not in charge!) But there will always be other kits to choose from.
Let’s plan a kit class! After June 1st, we’ll pick a kit, pick a date and work on them together, either in person or via Zoom. Or, if you’re in my neighborhood, we can plan a time to gather around my kitchen table (it opens up really, really big) and assemble our kits together. They can be the same kits or assorted kits. I’ll just be there to hold your hands. 🙂
Need a new Stampin’ Up! annual catalog? It went live on May 1st. Send me a note (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I’ll be glad to send one off to you…..with a 2021-23 In Color bookmark and a wish list. You can also downloads PDFs of the Annual Catalog, January-June 2021 Mini Catalog or the Beginner Brochure on my website.
Will you be placing an order today? If yes, and if you don’t already have a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator with whom you work/play, please consider shopping in my Stampin’ Up! Store. When you do, please use the monthly hostess code, EYE6A9UY, when prompted at checkout, to earn free products from me at the end of the month. If your order is $150 or more, no need to add the code so you can earn your own hostess rewards! Thank you so much for supporting this small business owner! Questions? Please ask in a comment below or via email: email@example.com.