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Here’s another batch of alternative projects made with the Paper Pumpkin Joy To The World kit. I showed you the original design
and some alternates
in previous posts.
I split the original card base in two, and used the back half for this card’s front, stamping the sentiment in Cherry Cobbler ink. I split the smaller cable-knit embossed piece in the kit into 3 sections and adhered them to the front. I snipped the end of one of the gold foil banners and attached it to the back of the floral die cut and popped it up on Dimensionals. A few Gold Glitter Enamel Dots and finished!
This card uses a Cherry Cobbler base, layered with Whisper White and a panel cut from one of the envelopes. The larger cable-knit embossed piece from the kit is adhered with Dimensionals and the sentiment is added. A swirl of the Cherry Cobbler Linen Thread from the kit is adhered to the back of the floral die cut which is also attached with Dimensionals. Once again, Gold Glitter Enamel Dots add the finishing touch.
The front of one of the kit’s card bases was cut 0.5 cm (approx. ¼”) narrower than the Whisper White Thick card base and adhered with Liquid Glue. The strip of envelope paper is from the flap, and is topped with one of the wreath die-cuts and gold foil sentiments from the kit.
This card uses the stamps from the set, and a bit of twine and gold foil elements, and that’s it! Clean-and-simple, yet impactful.
Cherry Cobbler base with the sentiment stamped in Versamark ink and heat embossed with White Stampin’ Emboss Powder. Then the dry emboss panel and die cut elements from the kit, finished with Gilded Gems.
Very much like the original concept, this card has a cut-down panel on the front, and makes use of one of the German sentiments. We have a few German friends to whom this will be fun to send. I found on most of my cards that I preferred to double-up the Linen Thread for a stronger impact.
Stop back tomorrow to see the last of the alternatives I made with this kit. I love that I got 17 cards, each of them different, from a kit intended to make 8.
Here’s the list of products used. Most of them, including the kit, are on sale today only!