When my Paper Pumpkin Kit arrived the other day, I fell in love with the project and had to do it right away. I made my little wreath slightly different than the photo though. I didn’t want the long tail on the bow because it would block the little chalkboard with it’s greeting. Also, the little flowers in the photo were just the pieces folded in half a couple of times. I wanted my flowers to look more like real flower buds. So after folding them a couple of times, I scrunched them up to give them some more body. Then I opened them up and made the little flower buds you see here.
To celebrate having sent their one millionth kit out during March and the third birthday of Paper Pumpkin, the April Paper Pumpkin kit included a bonus stamp set called All about Everything. I haven’t had a chance to play with it yet. But when I do, I will share with you.
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