Paper Pumpkin March 2017: Bunny Buddies ~ Trendy Mom Reviews
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Saturday, March 18, 2017

Paper Pumpkin March 2017: Bunny Buddies

This month's Paper Pumpkin box will put a hop in your step with the fun bunny-themed project! This kit provides everything that you need to create trendy bunny cards and bags. I was completely surprised that it was easy to create the adorable cards and bags in the photo above. I wouldn't normally be able to make something so cute on my own, but Paper Pumpkin made it easy as the kit contained all of the supplies with clear directions. The supplies are good quality and easy to use. For instance, I just don't have a steady hand when it comes to crafts. The bunny ear stickers are pre-cut so that I couldn't possibly mess up!  They strike the perfect balance of making the projects easy for me, but also customizable so that I am able to use my creativity. My favorite part of the kit was the stamps. They are awesome for moms like us because they include various options for bunny faces with different eyes, mouths, and ears.  (My son already borrowed them and has spent hours making various bunny faces in his workshop!)  

The Paper Pumpkin March 2017 kit contains: 

  • Bunny Buddies Photopolymer Stamp Set
  • Basic Gray Archival Stampin' Spot
  • 9 card bases (3 ea. of 3 designs)
  • 9 vanilla envelopes
  • 9 fabric bunny treat bags
  • 6 sticker sheets large ear stickers
  • 1 sticker sheet small ear stickers
  • 2 sheets die-cut banners
  • 9 mini clothespins
  • 15 mini pompoms (5 ea. of 3 colors)
  • 12 yds. baker's twin (4 yes ea. of 3 colors)
  • 24 adhesive dots

There are so many great uses for this kit. You could use the fabric bunny treat bags to hide treats on Easter morning. You could use them for teacher gifts. You could give them to children in a class or club.  You could give them to friends and co-workers.  You could take them to a hospital or nursing home to cheer people up. They are adorable and sure to make people smile. Personally, my son helped me to create our fabric bunny treat bags for his teachers, coaches, and family members.  

If you follow regularly, you know that Paper Pumpkin is my favorite monthly subscription package. They surprise me every month with their trendy kits. I always enjoy working on the projects and love the feeling of giving people cards or small gifts that make them feel special.   If you want to learn more, visit Paper Pumpkin here.  Plus, if you sign up for April, next month's kit will contain a surprise from Stampin' Up! CEO, Sara Douglass!  I'm sure that it's a box that you won't want to miss.

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