Beautiful Things Happen when You Ink a Stamp and Stamp on Paper
There are three easy ways to get started.
1) Paper Pumpkin Kit
2) Card or Project Kit
3) Order the Items Separately.
Read more about these options below and choose which one is best for you.
Below the options is a link to Stampin’ Up!’s Beginner Brochure.
If you have any questions feel free to contact me.
Option #1: Paper Pumpkin
Paper Pumpkin is a monthly subscription box that is perfect for both the beginner and seasoned crafter. Everything you need is included to complete the featured projects. You can order a 1-, 3-, 6-, or 12- month subscription. Learn More Here
Option #2: Card or Project Kits
Some kits include everything you need. Other kits are designed for those who already have a few supplies at home. Be sure to check the supplies list with each kit.
Option #3: Order Items Separately
Stamp Set of
A Stamp Set with a different images and sentiments can be mixed to make a variety of cards and projects. You will need at least one block which the largest stamp in the set will fit.
Ink Pad of
Stampin Up! Inks coordinate with Stampin Up! Cardstocks and Blendables. You can stamp your image with any color of ink, but if you color your image, use Memento Tuxedo Black Ink.
of Your Choice
Cardstock is thicker than paper. It is used for card and scrapbook bases, stamping images, and layering pieces to add depth to your project. Designer Series Paper adds color, but isn’t necessary
If you feel overwhelmed with everything you see, no worries! This little brochure will help you choose basic products to help you get started. You’ll be surprised at how fun and fulfilling it is to stamp and create items of sunshine to share with others. See Brochure here.