Hopefully you're back after getting SUPER-psyched reading yesterday's post and announcement regarding UNITY's Co-Branding adventures! Be sure you start on the UNITY blog today to re-read ALL the important SALE info and to see just what you can scoop up today!
We are SUPER excited to bring you another THEMED version of Hip-Hop today, the Winter IPPITY release, a new Hip Hop Sketch Challenge, and TONS more, including some Blog Candy here today on the ol' bloggaroo :) HOW fun is THAT?
One lucky commenter will take home the fun "Love is in the Air" set from UNITY!
Today's Hip Hop theme is Children's Christmas ideas and/or ornaments. I did a little something different today w/ my project. Instead of making something FOR the kids, I'm actually making each of them a little Holiday "Thank You Card" Kit.
My family is SO blessed around this time of year-and the children, although I strive every year to teach them about what the TRUE meaning of Christmas is, well...Santa Claus might be one thing, but RELATIVES are another LOL! I have a few in particular-Grandma, Grandpa, and THEN some, that really love to spoil them this time of year. So, I think it's really important for the kids to keep in mind, not only what the true Spirit of Christmas is about, but also that they express their gratitude for all the goodies they receive.
I am in the process of making four of these, but here's my first completed kit. Its for my oldest and I let her choose the paper, etc. She chose "The Girls Paperie' and I think she has good taste ;) :
I used this week's Hip Hop Sketch Challenge to put together the card:
Heres a better peek of what's on the inside so you can see, and the kiddos are free to add/embellish as they like :) :
What do you guys think? I really like the idea and hope they cherish it. I also like that these cute card boxes (available at Taylored Expressions) can be refilled so when the kids run out of cards, I can make them some more goodies to use inside :)
Well, it's time to head over to Jimmi's blog now for even MORE inspiration!