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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Spring Pals Treat Bag Kids Craft with GlueArts!

Hope you're enjoying all the crafts and goodies we've been bringing to you!

We love today's craft....not only did Designer Tamara Tripodi create it...her sweet 6 year old daughter did too!

GlueArts Adhesives are kid friendly and easy to use. This GlueGirl recently went to a craft at her son's school...and the kids went crazy for our Glue Glider PRO+, Adhesive Squares and our 3D Combo Pac! It was great to see their reaction to the "cool" glues!



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Spring Pals Treat Bag

GlueArts Designer: Tamara Tripodi & Alannah Tripodi (6 years old) 




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Supplies:



White and pink cardstock
Aqua blue letter stickers
Pink button for the nose
Black ink pen
Googly eyes
Crinkle ribbon
Pink twine
Hole punch
Pink ink and sponge
Ivory fiber

INSTRUCTIONS:

1). Cut the following shapes and sizes-
- Two 6x7.5" ovals (white)
- Two 4.5x1.5" ovals (white)
- Two 1x3.5" ovals (light pink)

Lightly ink edges in pink.

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2). Use a little Extreme/Perma tac on the inside of the large ovals.. at the top, bottom, and both sides. This will hold the ovals in place as you hole punch and stitch.
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Use a hole punch all the way around spacing them as evenly as possible.


3). Layer the pink ovals for the ears over the white with U-Cut it foam.

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Mark where you want you ears to go, then hole punch the ears.
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4). Thread your twine through. I went around twice
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5). Embellish with stickers, eyes, button, 'whiskars', etc.
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We'd like to help you make some "Kid Approved" crafts and give you a chance to win! Post a comment and let us know what your planning for your spring break or kids crafts! We'll enter you to win our Glue Glider PRO+,  Adhesive Squares and our Raisen's! (and they're not the kind kids don't want to eat!lol)

They're the fun dimensional adhesive squares to give items a little lift!  



Here's a peek of what's coming tomorrow from Designer Linda Albrecht...

21 comments:

  1. What a fun project. Anything with googly eyes is a big hit in our house!

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  2. So cute! I know my kids would love to make some cute bunnies like yours!

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  3. I dont have any spring projects lined up yet, spring break for us is still 2weeks away..but I have a kids table set up full of stuff so they can make whatever they want whenever they want:)

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  4. This is just too cute and definitely something the kids will love to try here too, no doubt, as they love bunnies.

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  5. Cute project, I love his button nose.

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  6. Very cute treat bag--love the button nose, googly eyes and the pink ears.

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  7. This is so cute! don't know how much crafting (other than dying eggs) because I have to work._

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  8. I'm planning to make some Easter baskets out of paper. So I'll need some good adhesives....

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  9. For Easter this year I am going to decorate a wreath in a springy way. It will go on my front door.

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  10. Neat project. I am a teacher and for spring break I take students to Los Angeles to volunteer. We make journals to bring with us!

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  11. so cute!!! we are planning to make easter eggs and do some easter egg hunting!!!

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  12. This is adorable Tamara!!! Gives me a crafty thing to do this morning with my 5 yr old :) Thanks for sharing!

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  13. This is adorable! I don't have little kids anymore :)

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  14. This is a wonderful Easter bag! Thanks so much for sharing this wonderful kid-friendly project.

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  15. Luv the Easter projects~beautiful! Thanx 4 the chance 2 win;) ~prhmangel(at)gmail(dot)com

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  16. Over Spring break I plan on having a much needed garage sale! And scrapping of course! Thanks for the chance to win!

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