Hay, there! If you’re preparing to pass out candy or to share delicious hot chocolate recipes with friends, Experience everything the autumn season has to offer with this month’s fall-themed kit. Whether you’re thinking about crisp red apples or you’re ready to carve some spooky jack-o-lanterns (or both!), the Haunts & Harvest Paper Pumpkin Kit is a hands-on crafting experience for all autumn lovers.
With enough supplies to create 12 treat boxes—4 each of 3 designs—you can take your pick of apple, pumpkin, or jack-o-lantern treat boxes to share with trick-or-treaters or to share just because. And the fall fun keeps on giving as the Paper Pumpkin box is designed to easily transform into a vintage wheelbarrow for you to display your harvest!
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The Haunts & Harvest Halloween card making kit offers a hands-on crafting experience to create unique treat packaging to fit the season. Each kit includes 12 treat box bases—4 each of 3 reversible designs; 1 die-cut sticker sheet; 3 die-cuts sheets; 12 curly stems; 3 sheets of adhesive; an exclusive 10-piece stamp set and a Soft Succulent Classic Stampin’ Spot. Last, but certainly not least, each Haunts & Harvest Halloween card making in a box is designed to easily transform into a vintage wheelbarrow for you to display your harvest!
Want to get your hands dirty (with glue) and create more fall-inspired projects? Take a look at these spooktacular designs created by our talented artists! Whether you choose to duplicate our designs or cleverly construct your own haunted creations, we want to see what you make! Share your work on social media using the hashtags #PaperPumpkin and #HauntsHarvest.
For more inspiration, make your way to our Pinterest profile to see more projects!
Share your gratitude in a beautiful way! First, gather your supplies and cut out a card base from Cinnamon Cider Cardstock and fold it in half. Next, trim 4 rectangle pieces from the treat boxes and adhere to your card base. Take a curly stem and unravel the lining from the wire and adhere it to the card to use as a textural layer. Using Soft Succulent ink, stamp the leaf veins to two die-cut leaves and the “Thank you” sentiment to a white label and adhere to card front using dimensionals to complete this elegantly simple card.
Supplies: Haunts & Harvest Photopolymer Stamp Set (included); Cinnamon Cider Cardstock; Haunts & Harvest paper and die cut pieces (included); Soft Succulent Classic Stampin’ Spot (included); Curly stem (included); adhesive (included); dimensionals (included)
Embrace fall-time colors with this gorgeous card! To begin, cut out a card base from the Harvest Meadow Designer Series Paper. Fold it in half and use the Stitched with Whimsy Dies on the card front to create the textured border.
Cut out a smaller rectangle from Basic White Cardstock and stamp the solid leaf images using Cinnamon Cider and Soft Succulent ink and stamp the leaf veins in Early Espresso ink. Adhere the Basic White cardstock to the center of the card base with dimensionals.
Using the die-cut leaves from the Haunts & Harvest kit, turn them over and color the white sides with Bumblebee and Pumpkin Pie ink with Sponge Daubers and stamp the leaf veins in Early Espresso ink. Use the Rectangular Postage Stamp Punch on Basic White Cardstock and stamp the “You’re a Blessing” sentiment with Early Espresso ink. Attach a Bumblebee colored leaf die-cut to the corner of the punched-out piece.
Cut 3 strands of 3/8'' (1 cm) Diamond Weave Ribbon at 2" each and attach to the card front with glue. Adhere the punched piece on top of the ribbon with dimensionals to complete your lovely card!
Supplies: Haunts & Harvest Photopolymer Stamp Set (included); Haunts & Harvest die cut pieces (included); Harvest Meadow 12" x 12" (30.5 x 30.5 cm) Designer Series Paper; Basic White Cardstock; Bumblebee, Cinnamon Cider, Early Espresso, and Pumpkin Pie Classic Stampin’ Ink; Soft Succulent Classic Stampin’ Spot (included); 3/8'' (1 cm) Diamond Weave Ribbon; Rectangular Postage Stamp Punch; Stitched with Whimsy Dies; Sponge Daubers; Stampin’ Seal+; dimensionals (included)
There’s no spookier way to gift tricks and treats than with these Frankenstein’s Monster treat boxes! The simple steps to create this treat box will have you creating monsters in no time, just like Dr. Frankenstein himself! First, assemble your Soft Succulent treat box as normal, then sponge the top third of the treat box with Jet Black StazOn ink and a sponge dauber.
Punch out the Snowman Builder Punch images using Basic White Cardstock and trim the head off the snowman body to use as the base of the eyes. Color a large Purple Posy Playing with Patterns Resin Dot with the dark Highland Heather Stampin’ Blends and stick to whites of the eyes. Adhere the eyes to the center of the treat box. Use the jack-o-lantern smile die cuts as the eyebrows by turning them upside down and adhering.
Trim out one long thin rectangle and three short thin rectangle pieces from the leftover sticker sheet to create the mouth and stitches and easily adhere to the treat box. Hand cut two bolt shapes from the Silver Foil Specialty Paper and stick to the sides of the box to finish off this adorable treat box!
Supplies: Haunts & Harvest treat box (included); Silver Foil 12" X 12" (30.5 x 30.5 cm) Specialty Pack; Basic White Cardstock; Jet Black StazOn Pad; Highland Heather Stampin’ Blends Combo Pack; Playing with Patterns Resin Dots; Sponge Daubers; Snowman Builder Punch; Multipurpose Liquid Glue
Gobble, gobble! This turkey treat box is too cute to pass up! Start by sponging the Pale Papaya treat box with Cinnamon Cider ink and a Sponge Dauber and then assemble. Trim 2 ends from a Pale Papaya treat box and 3 ends from a Pumpkin Pie treat box to use as feathers. Score the center of the of the trimmed pieces and trim the sides so that they come to a point. Glue the feathers to the back of the box.
Trim off an entire section with the tab from a Pale Papaya treat box and color with Cinnamon Cider ink and a sponge dauber to use as the face of the turkey. Punch out 2 small oval shapes from Basic White Cardstock using the Detailed Trio Punch to use as the whites of the eyes and adhere to the face section. Add Matte Black Dots to complete the eyes. Cut out a triangle shape from the Pumpkin Pie treat box for the beak and cut out a long teardrop shape from the Poppy Parade treat box for the waddle and adhere. Glue the entire section to the front of the treat box and share with your family and friends!
Supplies: Haunts & Harvest treat boxes (included); Basic White Cardstock; Cinnamon Cider Classic Stampin’ Pad; Matte Black Dots; Sponge Daubers; Detailed Trio Punch; adhesive (included)
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Let the fall crafting continue with the Haunts & Harvest Refill! Each refill kit offers a full set of supplies you can use with the original stamp set and ink spot to make more too-cute-to-spook treat boxes and other harvest-themed projects.
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The future is looking merry and bright with October’s Peaceful Christmas Paper Pumpkin Kit! Picture a peaceful Christmas as this glimmering and gleaming kit as your creative kickstart to Christmas cardmaking with sprinkles of snow, shimmering silver skies, and heartwarming holiday wishes.
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Did you know that we provide a printable stamp set case insert each month to help you store and organize your Paper Pumpkin stamp set and leftover supplies? Click here to download and print!
In addition to the alternate projects created by our Stampin’ Up! concept artists, each month we showcase a few projects from independent Stampin’ Up! demonstrators. Keep reading to see their alternate projects and thoughts on this month’s Haunts & Harvest kit!