Tuesday, January 20, 2009

A Kid At Heart

This week started the Project Parade over at the Verve blog. The theme for this month is A Kid At Heart. I thought it would be a great opportunity to involve my daughter in actually making the project! What better project for her to help make than her Valentine treats for her preschool class? I know it's a BIG help to mom to have them completed. . .and early even! :) You can find the tutorial for making these lollipop covers on the Verve blog. While you're there, don't forget to check out Jen's ADORABLE project from yesterday! The rest of the divas will be showcasing their projects over the next couple weeks. . .you won't want to miss them or your chance to win! Thanks for stopping by and have a great day! SUPPLIES USED: Stamps- Sweet Valentine (Verve Stamps); Ink- Onyx Black (Versafine), Riding Hood Red (SU); Paper- Riding Hood Red, Basic Black (SU), white (Georgia-Pacific); Accessories- Copic marker, scallop edged scissors, staple, hole punch, Jolly Rancher Heart-Shaped lollipops.

12 comments:

Christi said...

This is fantastic!!!! Wow!!!!

Yankee in England said...

I love them what a cool idea!

Alex said...

Very cute Charmaine and how fun that she helped out! *STAMPIN HUGS* Alex

Jessie/knightrone said...

This is totally cute Charmaine!!!

Rose Ann said...

These are so awesome, Charmaine!! I will have to out the tute!! Thanks for the links!!

Julie Masse said...

How adorable these are! I'm sure Savannah had fun helping! :)

Bethany Paull said...

These are such a sweet idea! And I'll bet you and Savannah had great mommy/daughter time making them.

Silke said...

What a fun idea!!! Perfect for V-day!!!

Wendy said...

Charmaine, what a great idea, I bet Joely would love to create in my craft room!

Jackie Pedro said...

These are fantastic and I love that you involved your DD!!

Stamp Talk with Tosh said...

How darling Charmaine!! And how awesome that you made these with your daughter!!

Gabriela said...

Now who wouldn't love to be on the receiving end of thses precious little valentines? Your little girl is going to be the talk of the class!

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