When I was helping to design this kit I knew I wanted to make something that would be a fun and easy way to use Instagram photos. (I absolutely love Instagram photos and I loved putting this little mini album together using my growing stash.) After I finished my cute little album, I started playing around with other ways to use this kit. Here is what I came up with!
These cards were super-simple to put together. I used the Woodgrain Background Stamp to add some texture to the Whisper White Cardstock, added a few ink splatters, then stamped the little arrow stamp. I didn’t want the “Love this” on the card, so when I stamped it I just used a piece of tape to cover the word on the ink pad, then pulled it off before I stamped it on the paper. You can also use a Stampin’ Write Marker to mask out an unwanted piece of the stamp. I love the Polaroid frames in this kit! They look so cute on these cards with a little washi tape on top and the punched out heart in the middle. So simple and fun.
also thought it would be fun to do a little scrapbooking with this kit.
I took my favorite photos from the month of February and put together a
few pages to remember our February. I used My Digital Studio
to add some journaling to the photos and the paper from the kit, but
other than that, everything I used came from the kit. I love how it
The “Best year yet” card came in the mail for my birthday from Anthropologie. I love including things from my everyday life in my scrapbooking. I know I will be using the Love This arrow stamp a ton in other memory keeping projects I am working on. It is just such a fun and versatile little stamp.
To get the printing on the cute paper that comes with the kit, I just ran it through the printer. I made the quoted tab in My Digital Studio. As you can see, I had a ton of fun adding the little tickets and words all over my pictures. I love how the kit comes with so many.
I hope you guys have as much fun playing with your Paper Pumpkin as I did!