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Jolly Snowmen Creativity Kit and Projects

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Hooray hooray it’s kit time again.  Oh how I love to create a kit. And I love even more taking a kit for myself to use to whip up some projects.  This time it’s a Jolly Snowmen Deluxe Creativity Kit 2017. I’ve included fabulous retro images, holiday patterned papers, pre-tied bows and a sleigh full of extra fun embellies like tinsel trim, twine, jingle bells, silvery snowflakes, bling, die cut glitter stars, and sequins.

Here are the projects I created with the kit…..

Jingle All the Way Snowman Wall Hanging Polly's Paper Studio 01Merry Bingo Snowman House Tag 01Merry Christmas Tag Polly's Paper Studio 01Noel Snowman Christmas House Tag Polly's Paper Studio 01Noel Snowman Christmas Tag Polly's Paper Studio 01Retro Bingo Snowmen Christmas Greeting Card Polly's Paper Studio 01snow cardSnowman Bingo Christmas Greeting Card Polly's Paper Studio 01

You can check out the supplies and paper pretties included in the kit…..

Polly’s Paper Studio~Jolly Snowman Deluxe Creativity Kit 2017

Wishing everyone a happy and productive day : ) G

New Challenge at Really Reasonable Ribbon ” Pink and Ribbon”

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Now that the holidays are over we are back on track for challenges at Really Reasonable Ribbon. Bonnie has chosen Pink and Ribbon  as our theme this time around and I’m like ” yeah….I got this!!!!”  LOL.  I created my pink project as a gift for one of my Polly’s Peeps for our gift exchange party last week.   I hope she loves it as much as I do.

IMG_2730I started with a sweet little paper mache house….the kind you get from the craft store.  Then I added layers of pinky polka dots….swoon….. The whole entire roof is covered in clear sparkly glitter….hard to see from this angle sorry. There are also painted and glittered buttons, super tiny handmade be me paned windows and door. I added a festive wreath to the front door that matches the bleached bottle brush trees. A little tinsel trim around the base is a festive detail. Super cute snowmen waiting at the door to welcome their visitors. Last but not least there’s a poofy bow made from  Pink Chevron, and Cotton Candy Bakers Twine. I topped it off with a silver jingle bell and a small chipboard sentiment circle.

Okay…now it’s time for you to create a fabulous project using ” Pink and Ribbon” and enter the challenge.

As much as I would love to hermit myself in the house and hide from all the snow we are getting here in mid- Michigan I will be treking out to the shop to work on our class project this week…as requested, Valentine’s mini albums. Should be fun!

I hope you all have a happy and productive day and find some time to be creative : )G