Look at the cutie PIE project I made with my Paper Pumpkin kit this month! Isn't it too fun? What a great Thanksgiving centerpiece, eh? If you're not a Paper Pumpkin subscriber, you'll definitely want to join up so you're not missing adorable, easy craft kits like these with exclusive stamps. Where else are you going to get stamps that say "holiday calories don't count" or "there's no such thing as too much pie?"
Each monthly My Paper Pumpkin kit is a surprise, and how you choose to put it together it up to you. Work from the easy, step by step instructions, or check out the Pinterest board that Stampin' Up puts together to collect all the fantastic variations that others have come up with.
Want to make your own
Thanksgiving Paper Pumpkin Pie
8-piece favor box centerpiece?
The Sweet As Pie kit was October's project, and it came with eight food-safe boxes (four polka dot and four striped). I combined two kits so I have one "pumpkin" pie (using the striped boxes) and one "birthday" cake (using the polka dotted). I took my Pumpkin Pie Classic ink pad and wiped it directly onto the boxes on the top and two sides, leaving the bottoms and the outside edges the regular Kraft color to be the "crust." You may want to fill in any uncolored areas with a sponge dauber. Then I used cheapo white crocheted craft lace hot-glued in place for my "whipped cream."
- The October 2014 Sweet As Pie refill kits are just $7.95 each plus shipping and tax. You'll need two kits if you want to make two complete pies, one polka dot and one striped.
- Please note that the extra kits available right now are for refills only, so they don't come with the exclusive stamps or the mini ink pad. If you reeeeeally want the stamps, too, let me know and I can probably hook you up with an extra set from some from fellow demonstrators.
- You can order past kits for yourself if you are already a Paper Pumpkin subscriber: click here!
- I can order them for you and mail them to you. Email me: email@example.com
- Hurry, though! The refills are only available while spupplies last. And you'll want to have enough time to make your pie (mine took about an hour total) before the holiday.