I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving and if you braved the stores, a safe Black Friday. Today I'm sharing a couple of things I've made for my Girl Scout Troop's upcoming holiday party. We have girls from different faiths and cultures, so a Christmas party just isn't appropriate. So I thought I'd bring a little snow flurry to North Central Florida and create a "Winter Wonderland" for the girls.
These cute little water bottle treat holders from PaperCraftingWorld.com are so easy to cut and decorate. I also used some of Melin's fabulous digi stamps to decorate them.
The treat holders are cut from light blue Recollections card stock; their unassembled size is 3 1/4" wide by about 10 3/8" tall. I scored the fold lines and used some red line double-sided tape to assemble them. Then I printed out the full color version of the snowpeople digis, attached them and added some turquoise stickles.
I used the same digis to create my "Snowman Soup" favors for the girls.
Here's the link to the digi stamps -- they are available in full color and black and white, for those of you who love to color your own -- (from left to right): Snowgirl, Melt My Heart Snowgirl, Snowman v12 and Snowman HFS Sign (this was a freebie during last year's "25 Days of Christmas Celebration" and now is available only as a cutting file). The topper was created using Microsoft Publisher software. I simply imported the digis, added some Word Art and text, then printed and assembled. Plastic treat bags from Michael's, a candy cane and a packet of hot cocoa mix -- so easy and so very cute!
Here is the poem that is on the back of the "Snowman Soup" topper:
Thanks so much for stopping by and checking out my projects. I hope you'll stop by PaperCraftingWorld.com and check out all of Melin's fantastic cutting files and digi stamps -- they are so easy to cut and use!