The Jolly Gingerbread Paper Pumpkin kit is one of my favorite Paper Pumpkin kits ever and I have been getting the kits since they started making them. I shared the unboxing on Facebook Live. The kit makes cute little gift card holders, but of course, I had to see what kind of card I could come up with. Never mind that the gift card holders are super cute and super easy to make.
I added a fun fold Cinnamon Cider cardbase and stamped some of the scroll work onto the flap with Cinnamon Cider ink. To make the base, start with a 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ piece of cardstock and score at 2 1/8″ and 4 1/4″. I cut the gingerbread house apart and used the front to create the gingerbread house using the directions in the kit.
I then used the Stampin’ Seal + to adhere it halfway onto the front flap.
I tucked the envelope flap inside the envelope and then adhered the envelope to the inside of the card, creating a pocket for a gift card or money. I stamped the words onto the envelope with real red ink.
Next month’s Paper Pumpkin’s kit is called Beary Comforting and from the teasers it looks like another really cute one. Subscribe by December 10 to get the Beary Comforting kit.