September Paper Pumpkin: Bone Appétit

September Paper Pumpkin: Bone Appétit

No bones about it: Halloween has a way of “creeping up” on all of us. So to help you stay ahead of the game, Paper Pumpkin has created a monstrously delightful kit for September—giving you plenty of time to finish crafting by October 31. It contains 20 food-safe treat boxes, a unique and exclusive Halloween stamp set, and a spooky, special-edition box. Click here to see how to make this scary kit come to life—bwahahah.

The kit features:

Each Bone Appétit kit comes with 1 sheet foil tags, 1 sheet vellum die cuts, 1 sheet vellum laser cuts, 5 sheets die-cut elements, 20 food-safe treat boxes, 20 mini black clothespins, adhesive dots, and black mini dimensionals. And don’t forget the exclusive stamp set and Gorgeous Grape ink spot!

Coordinating Stampin’ Up! Colors: Basic Black, Gorgeous Grape, Pumpkin Pie, and Whisper White.

Making Alternates!

Making alternates with your Paper Pumpkin kit and other Stampin’ Up! products shouldn’t be scary. In fact, we have created a super-simple collection of “hand”-some treat packaging and cards that are perfect for all the guys and ghouls in your life.

It’s Halloween Card

Stampin’ Up!’s concept artists are so talented. Who would’ve thought that Mango Melody and Gorgeous Grape would make such an inspired pair? Enjoy the tone on tone lusciousness by stamping the skeletons in Mango Melody ink for maximum pop.

Eat if You Dare and Happy Halloween Boxes

If ever there were two eerily adorable boxes, these are they. Simply cut off the mini box tops and fill the boxes with a bit of tissue paper. To make the “Happy Halloween” tag, dab a Sponge Dauber in Gorgeous Grape ink and smudge the tag lightly. Scary fun!

Trick or Treat Card

This card might be a little “tricky,” but the final result is a “treat.” First, punch a 2″ circle from a 3″ x 3″ square of Whisper White Cardstock. Smudge the negative piece with Gorgeous Grape ink using a Sponge Dauber. Place the spider web die cut over the Whisper White Cardstock circle and smudge the circle with Mango Melody ink. Dab the edges with Gorgeous Grape ink to finish up your “moon.” Place the “moon” over the negative circle space and stamp the branch in Jet Black ink. Pop the “moon” up with dimensionals.

Check out Pinterest for more fun ideas!

Make a Haunted House

Looking to make something “outside the box” with this month’s kit? This special-edition box has you covered! Check out our Facebook Live Event to see how to make an adorable haunted house of your own!

Disclamer: Note: Paper Pumpkin is only sold in North America. To find products available where you live, visit and select your country from the dropdown menu at the top of the screen.

Thanks for stopping by! I am just getting started with my kit but if I come up with some alternate ideas I’ll be sure to post them here.


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