Wednesday, February 13, 2013

A Purrrr-fect Teacher Valentine

Hi my crafty pals, I am so glad you stopped in today!! I have a Purrr-fect teacher Valentine to share with you all.. My son's school isn't allowing us to bring food or candy for the kid's on Valentine's Day.. Well, I thought it won't be far to the kids if their teacher got some candy treats.. So, I decided to create some fun heart shaped hand warmers and a cute gift bag.. I got the hand warmer idea from a Joann's email you got a little while ago.. I love how these turned out and I now I think I need a pair for myself :0) 


Instructions:
1) Fold Felt in half and trace heart shape onto the felt (1 sheet makes 4 hearts)
2) Cut hearts out
3) Sew around edge of the hearts but leave a little opening for filling
4) Fill hearts with rice and sew your small opening closed
5) Print or hand write a tag saying "Heat in microwave for 45 seconds.  Place in your pockets 
to keep your hands warm" 


{My little leopard turned out way better then I had originally visioned}

{Yes, I had to give this little cutie some wobble action, lol}

Supplies for the gift bag..

*Create a Critter (Cat & Heart Balloon)
*Secret Crush paper collection (Pink Paislee)
*Pick Licorice (Trendy Twine)
*Copic Markers
*White Gelly Pen
*Ink
*Action Wobble
*Small Kraft Gift Bag

Thanks so much for stopping by today..
 

  Scrappy ((HUGS)) 


Amanda :o)

22 comments:

Pat N. said...

What a sweet gift! I've never heard of using rice as a filling for hand warmers. I'm curious, did you test it to see if it works? You did a great job!

Robin said...

Those hand warmers are soo cute! I think I will have to make a pair for myself. I can never get warm enough lol.
(:(:Smiles:):)

Robin

Dee Burns said...

These are super cute! So sweet of you to do something for the kids...
I make "Mufflettes" well that's what I call them. They're actually fingerless gloves, but so super easy. You did an amazing thing for the kids...good job!
Take care!
Dee B
Crafdeecat

Sukie said...

Very creative project and that is the cutest bag ever! Love the pop of pink color! Thanks for joining our monthly challenge over at Trendy Twine!

Sherrie K. said...

Oh wow, love the hand warmers and the super cute bag! Love the image and the sweet heart balloon!

Thanks for joining us in the challenge at My Craft Spot!
Sherrie K
http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

Scrappin Rabbit Designs said...

Love the hearts! That felt pattern is so fun. The little kitten on your gift bag is adorable. Love that you put it on an action wobble. ~Tami

Jamie said...

Adorable! Thanks for playing along in the Trendy Twine challenge.

Rosie said...

what a great idea!

very cute

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Jessica Pascarella said...

OMG stinkin' cute! Love that it moves! Thanks for playing along with us at Trendy Twine!

Trendy Twine said...

What a sweet gift, Amanda. Love the pink leopard material.

Thanks for joining us this month for the Trendy Twine challenge.

Lesley @ Trendy Twine

jessica said...

So super duper adorable Amanda!!!!
Thanks for sharing and playing along with the February challenge over at Trendy Twine :)

Helen said...

Cute! Thanks for joining the Trendy Twine Challenge this month :)

Designs that Delight said...

Aww.. What a sweet bag! Love the motion that the action wobble brings! Thanks for joining this months challenge at trendy twine!

Kate (Small Bits of Paper) said...

I could have used some of those hand warmers today. Brrr - it's cold here! What a fabulous gift idea. Your bag is fantastic too! Your little leopard is amazing - and how fun that it wobbles!!

Thanks so much for playing along with us at My Craft Spot!

Kate
Small Bits of Paper

-Candi said...

Ekkkk cute cute cute! Thanks for linking up with the Trendy Twine challenge this month!

Gwen said...

This is such a fun idea and super cute packaging! Thanks for playing at My Craft spot.

Scrappy Canuck said...

This is great! And I love that wobble! Thanks for joining in on the Trendy Twine challenge this month!

Yvonne said...

What a great project! Thank you for sharing your talent with us at Trendy Twine!

Rebecca Wagner said...

Love them. Thanks so much for linking up with us this month at Trendy Twine!

arin said...

This whole project is soo cool! just love it!

Chantal Vandenberg said...

So cool!!! Love it! Congrats on your win too!!! :D

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Staying Crafty said...

Those hand warmers are totally adorable! I have been looking for more quick sewing projects for gifts, especially those that don't use a ton of fabric so I can use scraps. I think this idea is perfect and I'm glad you shared it. I totally love what you did to create your leopard. Totally fun :)