Hello my little Valentines!
Here’s a silly little V-Day story I found in our holiday collection.
Princess Polly is looking for her Prince Charming, but the only men she meets are frogs.
Each one promises that a kiss from a beautiful princess will turn him into a prince.
She’s an open-minded girl, so she gives it a whirl:
Instead of turning into a handsome prince, the frog turns into a hairy beast.
“Wait, just a minute, you said you’d turn into a prince, but I know a hairy beast when I see one!”
“I’m prince of all the hairy beasts.”
And on and on. In the end, it turns out that when Princess Polly kisses the 4th frog she (SPOILER ALERT!) turns into a frog… so Princess polly was actually a frog under a magic spell that had turned her into a person. She and her froggy prince hop off into the sunset together and live hoppily ever after. (oops, I forgot to take a picture of P.Polly as a frog, I’ll do that tomorrow, and add it.)
I used our frog dye cut to make the frogs, and then cobbled little creatures together on the flip side. It was a fun, if at times frustrating process. But it’s coming together, and i can’t wait to use it for my V-Day storytimes.
Happy Flannel Friday!
XO to Anna for hosting this mush fest!
I am coining a term that’s been a lifetime in the coming:
Pulling a Cate: forgetting until the very last second the particular details of an assigned project/event; forgetting (until the very last second) the deadlines an assigned project/event.
Usage: Sorry #FFRUers! I forgot that the V-day #FF was happening this week. I have something in the works, but I’ll be posting a little late today. I’m posting this, so I can send Anna a link for the #FFRU at a reasonable hour.
Anywho, check back later