I had myself a lovely day selecting a ton of Valentiny goodies for some awesome Creativity Kits. I do tend to go a bit overboard : ) When I had all the supplies worked out…I wrapped them up in a super sweet pink striped Middi Bag and tied them up with yummy pink string and a heart punched tag!
These have to be the cutest wrapped kits I have ever made : ) I even punched a heart in the tag and tied it up with pretty pink string.
10 ( 6 x 6 inch) sheets of patterned papers 18 Piece Valentine die cut set 3 Paper doily’s 4 Craft tags 1 Yard silver edge white trim 1/2 Yard pink seam binding 1/2 Yard pink striped trim 1 Full rhinestone bling strip 2 Large bling flowers 2 Pink bling with adhesive 10 Paper flowers 3 Pink metal paper clips 7 Buttons 1 Chipboard heart 1 Pink striped Middi Bag That’s 65 pieces of crafty goodness.
These little cuties are already packed up and ready to ship Monday…..just in time to get your Valentine craft on! Why not get a few and plan a scrap day with your besties : )
I’ve got these kits listed on Etsy. Click on the link to get the details and pick up a Creativity Kit for yourself. And the other good news….they qualify for or special Valentine gift with purchase promotion…..you’ll get a set of Valentine tags to add to a gift, label a home baked treat, write some sweet nothings to your someone special, or tuck an ” I’m thinking of you” to your kiddos pack lunch : ) Check out the details in the header to our Etsy shop.
Okay…that’s it for me….I hope you all enjoy a happy and productive day and find some time to be creative : ) G
Had lot’s of fun with my girls at movie night at the shop. We have our snacks, and our shows, and we get our craft on : ) This time I actually got a project completed!!! Theme for the night??? Vintage Valentine of course : )
You know I love me some layers. Chipboard and crepe and pearls and buttons and glitter oh my : )
This ruffly accent was easy to make ( now that I figured out how to refill the bobbin on my really old machine the right way! ) I’m pretty sure we got some pizza sauce on the machine last night while we were up to our usual shenanigans. But it’s all good : )
One of the biggest challenge of owning a scrapbook store is the need to have one of every different item I order. Like a kid in my own candy store lol. I’ve even been know to create a project to justify to myself the need to open yet another package. Take for instance this beach inspired mini album….. I really wanted to try out the Gathered Twig Distress Ink Pad from my recent order of Ranger Inks. Decided to try it out on some chipboard to see if I could get a weathered painted wood look. I kinda love it : ) I used the chipboard pieces throughout the pages for a consistent look…and I was having too much fun playing with the ink pad to stop at one piece : )
I even added a bit of the Jute Ribbon to fluff up the flower arrangement. Flowers on masculine projects can be such a challenge. Oh and I also talked myself into opening a package of Ideology pins to give the arrangement a little height with the tiny blue star.
Each set of pages has more of the netting, and inked chipboard and a beach themed sticker. The page on the right has room for nice large pictures and a vintage inspired tab. The left page has 2 large pockets for pics and mementos and 1 large journaling tag.
I love love love those chipboard pieces.
This set of pages shows the journal tag in the back pocket. You can really add ton’s of goodies to this type of mini. I made the pages super sturdy and thick so it will hold up to lot’s of showing off.
So maybe this will keep me out of the new stock for a little while. Nah. Nearing a blog milestone here at Polly’s Paper. We will very soon be at our 600th subscriber. Yayyyy!!! Trying to think of what would make a nice giveaway gift for a contest when we get there. Anybody have any good ideas?
Hope you all enjoy a happy and productive day and find some time to be creative. G