Joy to the World Paper Pumpkin

In this Christmastime, share the joy of Paper Pumpkin! With a specially-designed box and enough supplies to create eight elegant Christmas cards, this one-of-a-kind kit will inspire you  to spread peace, joy, and love to friends, family, and neighbours.

The Joy to the World Paper Pumpkin Kit is an exclusive Christmastime-themed kit we’re offering to all markets! In fact, this kit was designed to unite the Stampin’ Up! global community. Not only will you get a head start on Christmas crafting with this kit, you will get to create Christmas cards and spread the cheer of the season.

Ordering Dates and Information

  • Available 3 November, while supplies last.
  • Order like you would any other Stampin’ Up! product
  • Available in English (item 155876) for $37.00 AUD | $44.00 NZD.

Kit Information

  • Kit contains enough supplies to create eight cards—four each of two designs—and coordinating envelopes.
  • Card size: 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″ (10.8 x 14 cm)
  • Envelope size: 4-1/2” x 5-3/4” (11.4 x 14.6 cm)
  • Coordinating Colours: Cherry Cobbler, Crumb Cake, Early Espresso, Just Jade, Soft Sea Foam

Other contents:

  • An exclusive stamp set you won’t find anywhere else!
  • One Classic Stampin’ Spot
  • Paper and crafting materials including card bases, die-cut pieces, embellishments, and adhesive.

The Joy to the World Kit includes die-cut sentiment pieces in English, French, and German.

If you are new to stamping you will need to add to your order Clear Block D (item 118485) in order to stamp the projects. 

What is Paper Pumpkin?

  • Paper Pumpkin is a monthly paper-crafting kit offered by Stampin’ Up! that is currently only available in the United States and parts of Canada. 
  • We felt that a global kit would be a fun and exciting way for all demonstrators and customers to enjoy Paper Pumpkin and connect with each other during this festive season.
  • To accomplish this, we are offering this kit as an exclusive, limited-release product in all of our global markets (Europe, the South Pacific, Japan, and Quebec, Canada) starting 3 November.