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PENNY HANUSZAK, CONSULTANT, Independent Stamping Up Demonstrator, http://pennyhanuszak.stampinup.net

Email: pennyhanuszak@telus.net




Friday, August 30, 2013

PUMPKINDEAL - Almost Gone

Just like Cinderella running from the ball to catch the coach, time is running out on the PUMPKINDEAL.

What is Paper Pumpkin?  
Well, it's a nifty little stamping kit that comes once a month and offers a variety of simple paper crafting ideas for people who want to do something creative and simple, or for those who want to experiment and learn what paper stamping and crafting is all about.  Click here to find out more.

Why Would You Want to Get the PUMPKINDEAL?
If you're never ordered Paper Pumpkin before but you're interested in ordering and getting the best deal of the year on a subscription to Paper Pumpkin this deal is for you.  But remember you only have until 10pm Mountain time (just over 24 hours) to use the promo code PUMPKINDEAL and get in on this special offer.


What's the Big Deal? 
Sign up tonight or tomorrow (before 10pm MT) and you'll get the first two months of Paper Pumpkin delivered to your front door for only $12.50. 

That's right you can sign up for half price and get two months at $12.50 per month plus applicable tax (shipping is included in the price).  After that time the price for future monthly kits will go back to the regular price of $24.95 (plus applicable tax).

When you get your first kit, which is the Welcome Kit, it includes a Clear Mounting Block for your rubber stamps to adhere to.  This Clear Block will work with every kit you subscribe to.  This in itself is a "big deal".  Want to know why?
Clear Block C     118486   Price: $8.95
For all the Paper Pumpkin kits you subscribe to you will receive clear mount stamps which means you'll need a clear block to adhere your stamps to. Stampin' Ups! blocks are a clear choice. Made from high-quality, sturdy acrylic, these blocks can hold one stamp or multiple stamps if you want to create a collage of images.  The big deal here is that you're getting it basically for free with this promo.
 


How To Sign Up:

 1.  Visit mypaperpumpkin.com to join.

2.  Select "1" as the quantity for kits

3.  Click on  "Add Promo Code" and then enter the promo code PUMPKINDEAL in the "Promo Code" field which is located just below the kit quantity. 

4.  Mark or select me as your demonstrator - Penny Hanuszak

5.  Finish with your payment information and click "Submit."

6.  You will receive a confirmation email and a request to set up a password. You can do that at any time.

7.  You must join by Saturday, August 31, 2013; 10:00 PM (MT) after that time My Paper Pumpkin goes back to it's regular price.




 
Want to See What I Made With the August kit?


August's kit contains enough supplies to make four cards with envelopes.  The set comes with two cute little stamps - a bicycle and a thank you banner.  It also includes Bermuda Bay and Baked Brown Sugar ink spots, ref self stick flags and paper strips that are like Washi tape. 


How Do I Store My Paper Pumpkin Supplies:


Although I love the pretty red boxes that the monthly Paper Pumpkin kits come in, they are way too big to use as storage for the kits, so I decided to save those boxes for wrapping Christmas presents and look for a different kind of container.  I wanted something light weight and stack-able to put the stamp set, ink spots, instructions and left over paper supplies into once I had assembled the kit.   I decided to use a 3 1/2 x 5 1/4" tin box with an Acrylic hinged lid. 
Here's what I came up with.  This lovely metal tin holds everything, stacks, and is easy to grab off the shelf when the stamping urge hits.  The Acrylic lid is perfect because you can see the stamp image and the stamp set name.  Although you can't see it in these pictures I've also added a computer file label on the end of the tin so the stamp set name can easily be seen when stacked.

I've folded the kit instructions and added them to the lid along with the embellishments.  In the bottom of the tin I've removed the white paper from the back of the rubber block and then stuck it to the bottom of the tin.  When the stamps are not in use they sit in this rubber support and don't move around.  The ink spots fit perfectly to the side, and the clear block could easily be stored in this tin too.



My Promo:  Anyone new who signs up for Paper Pumpkin tonight or tomorrow using the PUMPKINDEAL promo code and naming me as their demo, will receive two tins to store their kit supplies in.  Just forward a copy of the Paper Pumpkin Confirmation email from Stampin' Up! to me by email at pennyhanuszak@telus.net and include your mailing information, and I'll get your prize out to you.  

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