|June Paper Pumpkin Kit has arrived!! Sparkly!!!|
|When in Doubt, Watch the Video! LoL|
A card with a Banner on it! Surprise! lol Ok. Oh My Gosh - how cute is that?!? Can you just imagine the reaction this card will get when its opened?!
|Supplies for June Paper Pumpkin Kit|
(( #ImBringingBirthdaysBack ))
To save time I stamped all my circles at the same time. And all my cards. And all my envelopes. Step one, Done! Then Step two. Add the gold stickers. Ok. This is where I ran into a problem, maybe you have too.
The supplies given are two sheets of alphabet / heart / star stickers:
And if you do your letter math (what, its a thing) you'll find that there are only enough letters to make TWO banners that say HAPPY. Hmmm. But I have supplies to make 6 cards. So what do I make the other banners say, for my Happy Birthday cards?!?! There's no suggestion in the instructions, and I was at a loss. Dang instructions. I was all Happy to make Happy banners, but now I was UNHappy.
|Other Sayings for June Paper Pumpkin Kit|
Happy (you can make 2 of these, then all your P's are gone)
Party (Cut an R into a P by removing a leg)
|So pretty - I can just imagine the HAPPY smile on someones face to get this card!!|
|Happy Banner - So sparkly and festive!|
Warning: Celebrate is REALLY LONG. It makes for a very lengthy unwrapping, and bulky card envelope. :-/ Probably not a good use of your supplies.
SO here are some other words you can make, for the other occasions included in your stamp set in the kit (Anniversary, Shower, & Graduation) You'll have to do your own Word Math and see what you can make from what you have left... lol
but these are some options:
Fiesta Bride Love
Its a Girl / Boy Party WooHoo
Way To Go Congrats
Forever Cherish Love You
Success You Did It Enjoy
Good Job Sassy Sweet
Dream Big Kisses Wish
Smiles Blessed Adore
Always Devotion Bliss
Success Grad Cake
Ms To Mrs Forever
Dreams Lucky Hugs
|Dangit!! Thats not so cute! Tip Number One - use a glue dot!|
|Aghh!! They fall off the string as you unwind the card!|
Tip Number Two - tie a small knot!
And that should give you some ideas! ;-)