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Advent Calendar/ Christmas/ Plantin Schoolbook

Well here it is, my first Advent Calendar! I got the directions from Kathy at Paper Phenomenon, and although I couldn't get it to look perfect, my kids were happy with it (free candy every day for 24 days??-they better be happy!). So I did my job!
The paper was from DCWV, I picked it because it matched our d├ęcor and the Santa and sleigh were from the Christmas cart. The numbers were cut at 1" from the Plantin Schoolbook cart, and I made Santa's gift bag & will be adding it also.
Who are these people?!! And where's my reindeer??!!

You can't see it, but there's a lil' box behind the sleigh!

Totally matches my walls!!
A couple of things I learn every time I try one of Kathy's projects are that I am not good at handling a glue gun-no matter what! And, boy can I improvise!! Hey, it's a gift, and I intend to use it. Poor santa looks perplexed, he doesn't know whether to title this list as Nice or Completely Naughty! Enjoy...

Comments

  1. Great Job! I love the paper line you used and it turned out beutiful. The Queen will be proud!

    Karla

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  2. I love this and think you did a fantastic job.
    Thanks for sharing
    Hugs
    Stacy

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