Saturday, August 30, 2008

Placing Blame 2

First I would like to say sorry I've been missing in action. We received some news(good) last week that shook my world for a bit. I needed some time to figure out what we were going to do.



Now on to the blame placing. It is Tessa's fault again. I saw the cute little clips on her blog and knew I had to do them for the kid's teachers, and EAs. I also added a little tin because they were just too adorable to not add.

So the clips and the little strawberry on the outside of the tin are scratch 'n sniff. They smelled sooooo yummy while I was making them. I used sugar free jello and glossy glaze embossing powder. This doesn't leave a smooth embossed look to it though.

The only real problem I could find is doing this while you have a two year old in the house. I could not quite get her to understand that they were pretend cherries. She kept telling me how yummy they were. I kept telling her she couldn't eat them because they weren't real. So evidently my two year old thought they were scratch 'n taste. I had to remake a few clips and redo a tin, and then I found this evidence later.

9 comments:

Tessa said...

These are soooooooooooo cute!!!!! And I will totally take responsibility for them!

Erica said...

You make all the other moms that don't send going back to school gifts bad ;) I love them and now I am going to have to think of something to send with Keegan his first day.

Erica said...

Look bad... the other moms look bad. It is so hard to get a thought out with three kids.

Tracy said...

Supah cute little clips! Too funny about the evidence...I suppose your 2 yr old didn't believe you! Kids! They have to do the whole business of finding out for themselves what's true and what's not. lol

Great job!

Anesha said...

They are just so cute, great job.

regulargal said...

How cute are those pins! Cute story about your two-year-old too.

Jean Marie said...

How lovely!
Such a cute little gift idea!
TFS..yours are so cute!!

Ali said...

Our childrens' teachers & EAs would love these too. What a sweet idea! TYFS, keep up the gr8 work!

Jenny, said...

What wonderful little clips. Some very lucky teachers about xx