Sale-a-bration is my favorite time of year but also my favorite time to purchase pre-paid Paper Pumpkin subscriptions! Perhaps you didn't realize that there are two ways to purchase Paper Pumpkin.
1) Month to month subscriptions
2) Pre-paid subscriptions
How are they different?
For a month to month subscription, head to paperpumpkin.com to sign up. If you are a new subscriber, click "Subscribe" in the upper left corner of the screen and fill in all the information. You will be billed $22 a month plus tax. The subscription continues until you tell it you'd like to stop. You can even pause the subscription if you want to skip a month.
For a prepaid subscription, you can go to my online store to place your Paper Pumpkin order. You purchase a subscription for a certain number of months and pay for those months all at once. You can choose from a one month subscription, 3, 6, or 12 months. But here's where the deal gets sweet during Sale-a-bration. Because you pay the amount all at once for several months, it qualifies for Sale-a-bration benefits.
3-month Prepaid Paper Pumpkin Subscription
-Choose 1 $50 Sale-a-bration item
6-month Prepaid Paper Pumpkin subscription
-Choose 2 $50 Sale-a-bration items OR
-Choose 1 $100 Sale-a-bration item
12-month Prepaid Paper Pumpkin Subscription
-Choose four $50 Sale-a-bration items OR
-Choose two $100 Sale-a-bration items OR
-Choose 2 $50 Sale-a-bration items and 1 $100 Sale-a-bration item
-It's enough for a party! Choose $22 in free products with your host benefits
The fun never ends with Paper Pumpkin! A box of paper crafting goodies comes to your door each month. In addition, I'll invite you to our Nutso's Paper Pumpkin Facebook group, where you have the opportunity to make an alternate project using supplies in your kit, plus a few other items I provide. In December's Beary Comforting kit, there were so many cute cut-outs included in the kit, that I just couldn't help but think I needed to make a pop-up box card. Because seriously. Cuteness overload!
The best part about this card is that it folds down to the size of a standard size card so that it fits right into an envelope. Cut and score using the instructions below, and follow along with my tutorial video.