help at first but later he got it.
running to go back up.
Eating some cake.
house bc he had a few bites and
took off back to the jump house.)
Cake face Brennon
understand the bags yet, but he knows
how the wrapping paper works.
This is a pic of me and
most of the little kids.
These are only a few of the photos. I have so many good ones, I'm not sure which ones I will scrap. Maybe I will try my first 2 pager. I'm not a fan of those.
I found this tutorial online and it has to the cutest thing Ive seen in a long time. I love it, and think it would make so really cute treats for easter. *Please note these are not my pics, and I did not come up with this. They belong to Betsy Veldman.
Supplies (per tube):
- 5 1/2 x 6" piece of transparency
- Circle punches or other circle cutting system of your choice that will enable you to cut 1 3/4" and 2 3/4" circles. I used my Cricut with the Plantin Schoolbook cartridge
2. Roll the transparency into a tube, adhering the other edge to the adhesive strip
3. Cut two cardstocks circles the same diameter of your tube. The diameter of my tube was 1 3/4" (yours may vary depending on how much you overlapped the edges, so be sure to measure yours). Then cut two circles 1" larger than your tube diameter (mine were cut at 2 3/4")
13. Put the bottom lid onto the tube and use an object such as a large popsicle stick or ruler to rub the inside of the tube against the adhesive to be sure it is nice and stuck. (you don't want candy flying all over!!! :-D)
14. Punch one hole on each side of the tube, 3/4" inch or so from the top edge. Knot ribbon through these holes, leaving long enough tails to tie into a bow. The knots of the ribbon should be inside the tube.
17. Now you can embellish as desired. Here I used a heart stamp "xoxo" stamp from Heart Prints along with the coordinating heart punch