Paper Pumpkin March 2020 Alternatives to No Matter the Weather kit are a fun way to get extra creative with your monthly craft kit. Here are a few ways to use up the extra pieces and maybe even those scraps!
Cleaning out your craft stash? Me, too. Try these 3D Medallion Gift Tags from DSP (Designer Series Paper) for all of your upcoming occassions. And the bonus? You can make these with your leftover DSP!
Grab some Copper Foil paper and make a Bright Menorah Card for Hanukkah! Eight nights requires easy-to-make cards and this tutorial will show you how!
Using designer series papers make creating beautiful holiday cards easy. With just a small amount, this Plaid Reindeer Snow Globe Card can be made quickly and easily.
This Recipe Bookmark for Baking not only keeps a page for your christmas cookies, but is also pretty! A perfect reminder that baking should be fun!
What is a pocket letter? It’s the modern version of pen pals with a creative twist! It was created by Janette Lane and it’s so much fun!! Let me show you how easy it can be!
Sending thank you cards is a great way to show your appreciation to someone, so why not make it festive and extend the holidays, too? Try this starbust…er..Snowburst Thank You Card!
A tutorial for creating a handmade trifold card featuring the batman signal over Gotham City using leftovers from Frights and Delights September 2018 Paper Pumpkin.
How to repurpose and upcycle the Stampin Up Paper Pumpkin boxes from their monthly kits. From the basics to decorating, these boxes are perfect for craft room storage!
This tutorial for a halloween crate candy holder is perfect for anyone who needs a quick and easy project for the trick-or-treaters or candy-lovers in their life.
Using nail polish, you can marble paper to create fun backgrounds for your paper crafts, cards, and scrapbooks. Making your own Designer Series Paper can be fun and easy!
Let’s be real. We all have scraps that we keep “just in case.” But they can pile up and be a bit… overwhelming. I’m trying to get in the habit of going through these colorful pieces once in a while and making a card or scrapbook page from the scraps. Being resourceful is an important part of being a crafter! Am I regular about doing this? Not. At. All. But here’s a card you can make to showcase those beautiful scraps we find so difficult to part with!