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Thursday, February 3, 2011

Thankful Thursdays

Well Hello there. Yeah I'm posting a LOT today! lol only twice ehhh. Okay so over at Crazy About Cricut we have a DT and we make projects that involve our kiddos! BUT...now Jenn has decided to turn it into a challenge!! WOOT WOOT. Please come on over and join us. Super excited about this.

This week we were to
Valentine classroom treats, or things that can be passed out to a lot of people.

Well the kids and I are in the process of making these for our AMAZING and fabulous teachers. I say our because we can always learn right. Okay so...I have to make a disclaimer this fabulous idea is not my genius although I wish I could take credit. My awesome Su demo Amy had this fabby idea. She also just started up a blog if you all want to leave her some love. She just started though. Click here.

These are super easy for the kids to make and super quick too.



So this is what you do, ready.
Get one piece of double-sided paper and cut it into strips of 2 1/2 x 6. Then you score it at 2, 3, and 5. Round the corners on the smaller scored flap. Then take a strip of 1 1/4 x 3 to wrap your nuggets. There are just Hershey's nuggets inside of there. Two of them to be exact. Then fold at the score lines or have the kids fold (This was there part) then punch out a flower, or cut it with your crici! Add a brad to the center and then with a dimensional on the back of your flower place it on the top flap overlapping a tad to hold the flap in place.

Here's a list of What was used:
Ink- none (mess free)
Embellishments- su brad, su ribbon
Tools- Stampin up flower punch, crop a dile
Paper- Stampin up
Adhesive- snail
Thank you all so much for looking! I want to see your purses if you make some, deal????

4 comments:

  1. wow Raven these are really cute I love them, and I just love your blog can you help me and please give me some info on where or who did your, I love the whole look and layout, and I still can not get how to put my name in my photos please help me hugs Debbie

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  2. What a fabulous project!! It looks easy enough for the little ones to help without losing any of it's beauty :) Great great job :)

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