Paper Pumpkin – Don’t Miss Out on this Incredible Half-off Offer

This is my second post today – if you missed out on the list of my favorite things from the Holiday Catalog, please check it out here.

Paper Pumpkin.  You’ve thought about subscribing to Paper Pumpkin, but you haven’t done it yet.  If you need a little nudge, here goes nothing…

What is Paper Pumpkin?  Paper Pumpkin is Stampin’ Up!’s Monthly Subscription kit.  For just $19.95 each month, your Paper Pumpkin kit will arrive with a great project for you to complete – fun, easy, awesome.  The kits are really great – and with each you get exclusive photopolymer stamps, one (or more) ink spots and all the supplies you need to create a fun and festive project.  You even get a clear block in your first kit.  You don’t need a lot of time, money, space or creativity (although you can spruce it up with your own take on the projects if you want).  It’s all there for you!

What’s better?  Until September 10, new subscribers can get 50% off the first two months of Paper Pumpkin.  That’s like getting two for the price of one – can’t be beat!  Simply sign up here and enter the promotion code “HALFOFF2” to give Paper Pumpkin a test-drive and “kick the tires” on these fun and wonderful kits.

What’s even better than that?  Well, there’s no commitment.  You can cancel at anytime with no penalty – but I’m confident you won’t want to cancel.  You won’t want to miss out on what exciting adventure might be around the corner next month.  Just sayin’.  🙂  And – anyone who signs up for Paper Pumpkin between now and September 10 will receive a little gift in the mail from me.  Woo hoo!

Here are some videos of past Paper Pumpkin kits to give you an idea of what you can experience with this wonderful product:

You have everything you need – except scissors and adhesive (and they sometimes include the adhesive!).

Please email me at stampwithbrian@gmail.com if you have questions.

Thanks,

Brian

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One Comment

  1. They make great gifts, too! 🙂

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