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Monday, October 19, 2009

Yum-my Mummy...

I just have to show you these little treat holders that Danielle made.  She works in the day care at her school for a few hours each day.  The teacher in there asks her to do activities with the kids and Danielle likes to make things for them too.  I can't remember if I've posted anything that she's made yet or not ~ but yesterday she made these.

Now you all know how to make these treat holders out of toilet tissue or paper towel rolls, right?  Well she wanted to make some that looked like mummy's.  I thought it was perfect too because I have a set from The Angel Company that says "Yummy Mummy" and it went well.

First she took the tissue rolls and cut them in half.  Then she ripped strips of white cs and inked the edges of them and then glued them to the roll.  For the bottom she punched out a scallop circle with the Marvy punch in Really Rust and glued the tissue holder down to it.  Then she stamped the sentiment "yummy mummy" from The Angel Company's Bone Appetit T-3216 cut the words apart and glued them to the piece of Really Rust.  She stamped the mummy from The Angel Company set Trick or Treaters T-2795 and lightly colored it with a pencil then glued it on to the tag then attached it to the treat holder.

The only thing I would of made different was the inside of the treat holder ~ I  think that I would of covered it, but hey that's just me.  I am going to fill these for her today.  They are for little one's - toddler age so we got some goldfish crackers for them.  Kinda cute, huh?

I wanted to show you Danielle's project today.  If you have any questions just ask.  Have a super great day!

2 comments:

bluepoohbear75 said...

Wow, great project. How much fun that would be with the kids. TFS.

Gabby said...

Awwww...that's adorable! Go Dani! I may have to try them out with the kids! Thanks for inspiring Dani!