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November 15, 2012

Reindeer Noses

Hi Everyone, Michelle here from Lady of Leisure Ink.  Today I have such a cute Christmas project for you.  I know, I know, we haven't even had Thanksgiving yet, but I just had to show you these...


Adorable, right?  And so simple to make in large quantities for the kids classrooms.  I have to admit this is not my own idea, but rather something that I found on Pinterest.  Here is a link to the original creator's blog Crafting in the Country.  Although I do not have any young kids in school, there are plenty in my neighborhood who will be receiving these next month.

Here is a closer look.



I made the whole thing using my Cameo, the reindeer head is a file from the online Silhouette store and the labels are printed from my computer (font Comic Sans.)  I changed a couple of things about the reindeer - I used googly eyes and mounted him on an action wobble spring.  Here is a look at the back of the label.


I purchased the little cellophane bags from Hobby Lobby and inside are 8 Whoppers and 1 red gumball.
I can't wait to make a few more of these.

Thanks for stopping by today, and as always thank you Pam for having me over to play.


Michelle

9 comments :

Pam said...

ohh I love those reindeers. What a fun and yum treat! What a brilliant idea slipping that one pink chocolate ball along with the brown colored ones. I so love love this project! TFS

Karons Krafty Korner said...

These are so cute and what a wonderful treat idea:-) TFS

Lisa said...

Oh my goodness, how cute. Love that idea. That reindeer is adorable.

Luvy said...

such an adorable idea!

Adele said...

Love your reindeer :) So cute !!!
Hugs
Adele

Denine said...

These are so cute!
Hugs,

Chris-aka-ChatterScene said...

Super cute!

Lori Apgar said...

Wow this is soooo adorable!!!!

Becky Jo said...

So cute! Thanks for sharing this idea! Did you know that you can get packages of red, green and white milk balls at Cracker Barrel for the holiday season? Hugs!!

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