These 50 diaper necklaces are for one of the games for the baby shower. One of the necklaces has "poop" in it. I wanted to put a smeared mini chocolate chip in it but they are paper and the oil from the chocolate would come through. So, I decided to use a brown colored pencil to make the "poop". We will be giving these out in the beginning of the baby shower and at the end they will open them up to see who is the winner:) Thinking of using them as name tags as well. They measure 2"x2" and made with the baby steps Cricut images and punched with the slot punch from Stampin'up!.
I made these to go with the bottle game for the baby shower. I used the "Wild About You" stampin'up! set to make these. A large baby bottle will be filled with candy and they will have to guess at how many pieces are in the bottle. They will use these cards to write in their number guess and their name and put them in a box. The cards I made on the computer with the "Matisse ITC" and "Stencil" fonts.
I wasn't happy with the yellow and black graduation cap invitation I had made earlier. It didn't match the rest of lil David's party. It was my first time making that kind of card. So, I made another one:) This time I made it red, white and black, the colors of his party, and the inside I made to look like a diploma. The envelope I made came from the Cricut Explore Air. These are the dimensions and you can see the style of the envelope I used.
Went to Walmart today and was looking at their clearance aisle. I found these thick clear plastic champagne flutes for $0.25 each!!! I bought all they had which was about 17 flutes. I had seen these cute little graduation hats on soda bottles while looking on Pinterest. I decided to make mine fit these glasses:)
Baby Holt and I made a Mother's Day card for his mommy today. I borrowed the poem from my sister. She had written it a while ago for her daycare kids. She had told me that her little daycare kids helped her write it! I thought it was so cute:) We put his little hand in orange paint and stamped it on the inside of his card. :)
This idea for an "Advice for Mom" shower activity idea came from Pinterest (of course) :). I made ours to go along with the theme of the shower. You fill out the little green leaves with your advice for her and pin them with tiny clothespins to the ribbon vines:) I will have a stack of paper leaves sitting beside it. Also, two mason jars. One filled with pens and the other filled with tiny clothespins:)