Crown Paperie: Monday Morning Review and Giveaway


I have another great Etsy shop giveaway!! I love how  Carla from the Crown Paperie describes what she does...

"Am I an artist? Not really. I am more of a matchmaker... with papers. I search high and low for printed papers of all kinds and then arrange (and rearrange) the colors and patterns to make a variety of handmade home office products! A great way to spend the day!"

    Carla really knows her stuff!  Just look at this beautiful DIY Paper Chain we were given to review from the Crown Paperie.  I love the bright colors and they coordinate perfectly! Our kit came with all we needed to make a beautiful chain!


This is a Spring listing, but the colors are so bright and fun....we have used it for much more!   We used it on Father's Day and for Goofy Grit's Kindergarten Graduation Party.  There were so many pieces I actually chose to make a couple chains.
I plan on using it for Dancing Grits upcoming birthday party, too.  These chains store perfectly in a medium size plastic tote and hold up wonderfully!
The Giveaway
Carla has been generous enough to send me a paper chain to giveaway to one of my readers!
Ends 9/30
Open to USA/Canada

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10 comments:

Shanna said...

I like the hot pink and white chain.
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Shanna said...

I like the blue dots index card booklet.

Shanna said...

I would like to try to make the paper pockets.

ClippingMoney said...

I like the DIY Craft Paper Chain Kit, Black and Orange

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ClippingMoney said...

I love the Three Ring 6 x 9 Journal Binder, Yellow Daisy! What an awesome idea!

ClippingMoney said...

I like the paper pockets.

Baby James Foundation said...

I like the paper pockets

Baby James Foundation said...

I like the planner printables as well. babyjamesfound@gmail.com

Baby James Foundation said...

I would like to try the business cards babyjamesfound@gmail.com

Kathy Davis said...

Paper Stack, 1 Pound of Mixed Paper and Cardstock is my favorite. It would be great for projects when working with my home bound autistic student. Thanks.

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