Hello! I hope your week has started out lovely! We spent the weekend in Atlanta helping our baby girl buy furniture for her first apartment. Wow, it seems only yesterday I was still pushing her on the swings at the park. Time flies, it really does. My oldest daughter is applying for internships and will graduate college in one more semester. My baby will be moving out on June 6th, making me an official empty nester. Not quite sure what I will be doing with myself?
But anyway, before I start rambling on about that, I wanted to share with you a look into what was in March's Little Pink Box. The above photo shows the first of two creative kits this month. This is the 2nd time I have ever had two different creative kits in one month, but I think the subscribers were happy with that.
We made peat pot baskets with antique and vintage lace, and covered a paper mache egg with vintage lace and glitter. I love the look of the vintage lace combined with glitter.
And of course, what is spring without some vintage millinery flowers, bird themed vintage ephemera, eggs, and glitter? :)
Also included in the March box was this sweet little pink and yellow spring like inspiration kit.
And because I was so excited about the little spring whimsy book kits , I included the beginnings of one of those kits in the boxes as well!
This was one of my favorite boxes so far, I think. I just love all of the cheerful pastels and vintage goodness that went into it.
April boxes are on sale for 2 more days, if you would love to grab one, and as always the 3 month subscription comes with a free month of shipping. The April box would make a wonderful present for Mother's day as it will be themed around Mom's. :)
Also, I was able to restock ONE whimsy book kit, and it's available in the shop as well as the lovely spring inspiration kits. The above photo of book kit contents is just the tip of the iceburg of what's included in the full kit!
I've been working on some darling custom craft box orders lately, and I'll be back to share those in the next day or so. What have you been busy working on this spring?