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Paper Pumpkin Subscription Review + Coupon – September 2016

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Paper Pumpkin is a monthly paper crafting subscription box from Stampin’ Up! They send everything you need for a creative paper project right to your door.


This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)


The Subscription Box: Paper Pumpkin

The Cost: $19.95 per month + free shipping in the USA, $26.95 + free shipping in Canada

COUPON: Buy your first month for $19.95 and get your second box for free with code BOGO

The Products: Everything you need to design a creative paper project with stamps, ink, accessories and more. (Please note per their FAQ you will need adhesive for some monthly projects.)

Ships to: United States & Canada

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Paper Pumpkin’s September project is “Something Good To Eat”.



Each month’s box comes with an informative leaflet that lists what’s included in the kit and step-by-step instructions. Also, there is an instructional video that you can access on their website.


Here’s a closer look at the supplies I received. This kit included 16 plastic food-safe tubes, along with adhesive banners, pre-cut labels, photopolymer stamps that say, “Happy Halloween to You”, “No Tricks Just Treats”, “A Happy Hello to You” and “Something Good to Eat”, and linen thread to attach my labels. Past boxes have included twine or some type of thread, but I am not fond of either. I personally think it’s overkill and hard to tie onto projects, but others may love it.


Here are four of the completed tubes! I used mints, chocolate expresso beans and tic tacs to fill the tubes. Each tube is only ½-inch wide so pick treats that are small. I tired regular M&M’s and they were too big.


I used the extra photopolymer stamp designs to make these mini cards.

Verdict: As always, this month’s Paper Pumpkin project was super easy and got me in the Halloween spirit. I appreciate the Halloween theme box being sent in September so I can craft early and have my Halloween treats done.

What do you think of this month’s Paper Pumpkin box? Have you tried a monthly crafting box before?

Written by Nich Baviera

Nich Baviera

Nichelle has been obsessed with subscription boxes since 2012, when she received an email to subscribe to PopSugar Must Have Box. Since then, she has subscribed to Glossybox, Allure Beauty Box and GoodeBox which is now called GoodeBeing Box. She currently subscribes to: Birchbox, FabFitFun, Essence Beauty Box, PopSugar Must Have Mini Box, and Play! by Sephora. She is an avid admirer of PopSugar, so much so that she had an office tour of their San Francisco headquarters in April of 2015.

All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

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