Project Announcement - Paper Globes

These adorable paper globes, or kissing balls, are going to make your head spin.  Tradition states that in 18th century England, if an eligible young lady received a kiss on the cheek under the kissing ball, marriage would soon follow. While this tradition is no longer used, it is still a fun and festive symbol of times past.

This paper version of the cut flower, or greenery, Victorian version, stems from a somewhat newer tradition of creating paper kissing balls from the year's Christmas card intake.  Wouldn't these be great for a baby shower or a wedding?  Or strung along a garland? You can use any kind of paper, like old children's books, or sheet music, and we will be using paper from Stampology, our paper sponsor, at Saturday's Craft Social. 

Less than 24 hours to sign up, so what are you waiting for!  Ticket sales end at noon on Friday, January 21.

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