Carol has something different for us at Just Us Girls
I'm on the Tag You're It! Design Team but didn't really want to make a tag. I originally had something else to show you but changed my mind once I had the Christmas ornaments for my grandchildren made. I make them one every year and it gets difficult coming up with something new. I can't remember if I saw this on Pinterest or somewhere else but thought it was such a cute idea.
I purchased the little pails and Styrofoam balls from Amazon. The little sign was made using a die from PinkFresh and a sentiment from My Craft Spot (OOB). I glued it onto an orange stick that I trimmed down. The fancy hooks, purchased at WalMart, are tied on with ribbon. This one is mine so I used the buffalo plaid but the ones for the kids use ribbon from Ellen Hutson. You know - those little bits she sends with every order? I hate to tell you how many of those packages I found in my ribbon box.
What will you do? A tag? An ornament? Home decor? Envelope? Gift bag or box? Whatever it is the Design Team would love to see it in the gallery.
This is darling Bobby! What a sweet tradition you have started for your grands! What a memory you are creating. Rest up!ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh! How cute is this pail of snowballs! Festive, fabulous and purely delightful! Another gem to add to the annual 'ornament' tradition!ReplyDelete
I totally LOVE this adorable ornament! I love the little snowballs in the pail with the sign. Genius idea using the orange stick. I hope your recovery is coming along and that you are back in the swing of things soon!ReplyDelete
so cute and very creative.ReplyDelete
What a fabulous idea Bobby. What a great selection the grandies must have. I bet they look forward to see what you make for them each year. Love the ribbon.ReplyDelete
How delicious, Bobby ... such a wonderful idea, so beautifully executed ... and so cute! Hope and pray you're getting on well after the surgery. Hugs, Anita :)ReplyDelete
Anything mini just me every time! This is snow fun! :)ReplyDelete
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