This is the 5th anniversary of Paper Pumpkin and the kit for March is special. It includes a free gift and a specially designed box. Not sure what Paper Pumpkin is all about? It's a surprise in a box that arrives every month. It includes all you need to complete the kit. The first kit you get includes a clear stamping block. Subsequent kits include all the stamps, at least one ink spot, cardstock, embellishments, envelopes, glue dots, dimensionals and anything else you would need. Not all the kits are cards but most are and they make 6-12 cards. Usually, there are a lot of leftover pieces so you can continue to make cards using your own supplies. The cost is ~$20/month. The stamps included in the kits are all exclusive photopolymer stamps. As a subscriber, you have the option to purchase past kits that are available. Many kits sell out. You must subscribe by March 10 to get this kit. There are several ways to subscribe.
You can do a month to month subscription (you can suspend your subscription if you don't want to get a month's kit--it's all in your control). You can subscribe here or click on the monthly kit link above.
You can also do a prepaid subscription (one month, 3-month, 6-month, 12-month). You save by purchasing the 6 or 12-month ones over the cost of the month to month. The nice thing about the prepaid subscriptions is that right now during Sale-a-Bration, you also earn Sale-a-Bration rewards!
To get the prepaid kits, add them to any order or you can click here. IMPORTANT! When you purchase a prepaid kit, Stampin' Up! will send you an email containing a code for that kit. Make sure you go to http://bit.ly/PaperPumpkinSubscribe and set up an account. You will then put your code in and you'll be set. Just don't wait until the last minute if you want this March kit. Order early enough to get the email from Stampin' Up! and use the code by March 10!
If you've subscribed before but haven't for a while, these new kits are wonderful! They just keep getting better and better! Stampin' Up! has listened to our concerns about the early kits and made changes.