Hi Guys! Come on in and see what I’m doing today! Here’s the Paper Panduh October 2016 Warm and Cozy Kit, another awesome, awesome kit by Emma.
“do what you love” is on one end of the box and “#panduhbox” is on the other end.
Above left is the inside of the box – wrapped in green plaid tissue paper sealed with a floral die cut, and tied with thick light brown and cream yarn. On the right is what you see after unwrapping the tissue paper – an oblong box with a “Home Sweet Home” die cut lying on a bed of brown kraft crinkle cut paper.
In the top pic, you can see the box is tied with a piece of brown twine. Inside are the two pens in the bottom pic – a blue one with a cap shaped like a house – how cute is that??? – and a pen with a knit red and pink sweater pattern – again, how cute is that? Who wouldn’t love to write with either of them? They both have a fine point and are black ink. I love them . . .
I love tea – been a tea drinker for 30+ years. Well, this kit included a Twinings English Breakfast teabag inside a cellophane bag closed with a “stay warm” sticker and a leaf stapled at the top. I really appreciate the little extras #panduhbox kits provide – she could’ve just put the teabag in the box – BUT she didn’t . . . Love, love this!!
Here’s a note from Emma, love it, and a code to her shop for 20% off, that’s good until November 15, if you’re interested. Included is a pad of paper – I’m going to use it on my sidebars, an awesome gold coffee cup pin, and two rolls of washi – yep, I still love washi, and . . . isn’t it so pretty?!?!? They go together sooooo well!!!
On the left are seven sheets of stickers (there are two slightly different sheets of the upper left set) from Paper Panduh and Caress Press. How ‘bout that girl with the shades, huh? On the right are some die cuts and a journaling card for “Rainy Day Notes.”
Here’s a shot of the entire kit – there is so much stuff in it!!!
It’s all so . . . Warm . . . And . . . Cozy . . . Don’tcha think????
Here’s my month-on-two-pages spread. I used pieces from the paper pad across the top and the bottom, stickers, diecuts, quote boxes, numbers, days of the week, the pens, and the teabag. It is just beautiful!!!
One last thing, I used my We R Memory Keepers Pom Pom Maker, the twine and yarn from this kit, and a piece of ribbon from last month’s kit to make a planner pom pom. Now tell me that didn’t come out incredibly awesome!!!! I LOVE Paper Panduh kits!
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As always, I’m Livin’ the Moments . . .