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  • Writer's pictureVy Tran

Sweet Springtime: A Paper Pumpkin Thing Blog Hop

Hi! I’m Vy with Crafting Daily Dose. Welcome to this month’s A Paper Pumpkin Thing Blog Hop, featuring alternatives for the February 2024 Sweet Springtime kit.

This kit included supplies for 6 cards, 3 each of 2 designs, along with 3 gift boxes. Kits always come with an exclusive stamp set, a mini ink cube, embellishments, and adhesives. As of today, refills are still available for this kit.

I cut up one of the treat boxes to add special touches to the cards. A single treat box can be used for 2 pop-up cards and up to 4 of the slimline cards.

For this first project, I used 2 of the floral panels from the treat box and scored 1/2" tabs on the sides in order to adhere them to the card to create a pop-up. Leaving the white flaps off would make the card easier to close, but I love how they look, so I kept them and trimmed the taller one down.

I added a pop-up support for the bunny and chick die cut using a small 5" (W) x 3/4" (H) strip of cardstock, folded into fourths along the long side. To decorate the box, I cut off the bottom section of the flower wreath to form an arch, creased it in half, and glued it to the inside of the card. I used my bone folder to curl the bunny and chick die cut and adhered it to the left half of the support. And finally, I cut out grass blades from the frame die cut and adhered it to the inside of the box.

Because there's a lot going on inside, I kept the front simple. The printed card base is already so pretty! I only added a sentiment label and a few embellishments. This card was made using the original cardbase from the kit, but if you have enough extra cardstock, you can start with your own cardbase, build the pop-up inside, and just add this panel to the front. The extra weight from more cardstock will actually help make the card lie flatter!


Don't worry--the gingham part of the treat box did not go to waste! I adhered one of the panels to the front of the slimline card for a quick alternative project. I then tied a 10" length of twine through the holes and tacked down the flap with a Dinensional foam sticker.


Thank you so much for visiting! Don’t forget to follow the hop and see other creative projects from our team!

March 10th is the last day to sign up for this month’s kit, called Meandering Meadows Suite, available exclusively online. If you‘re in the U.S. and would like to subscribe to Paper Pumpkin with me, I’ll send you a handmade thank you card, and I’ll be sure to let you know when I post new ideas!


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