Sunday, January 8, 2012

Just a little craft...

Of course the week we go back to fact the FIRST day back (with students), day care calls and my daughter has a fever. Two weeks off and she waits until we go back to school (of course). After a 104 fever the next morning the hubby took her to the doctor and ear infection (she does have tubes), and possibly flu/croup. AWESOME. So my week was a little out of wack! 

I keep trying to think of some fun games and such to make you guys, but I tell you what just head over to 3rd Grade Gridiron...she does it ALL, I don't know how she does it...and so quickly! She is AMAZING!

I am also procrastinating and not wanting to look at my school stuff either, so last night I decided to craft a little instead. Who knows I may even go take a quick nap. Enjoy the pictures and if your interested in some of the products just visit my FB page: Quite a Pear

was going to fill it with Reece's Pieces

Thought of this when I was home over the break and the UPS guys would come, lay the package on the porch, ring the bell and run!


laughinbrunette (Jennifer) said...

Hope she feels better soon! ANd I am LOVING that sign!!
First Grade Blue SKies

Jen R. (The Teachers' Cauldron) said...

TOTALLY need that sign!! especially since we have a big ole dog that barks everytime! ah! lol
The Teachers’ Cauldron

Valerie said...

LOVE your sign! Every time my dog barks and wakes my child I wanna... ;)

Grow Up Learning

April said...

I love the sign!! Such a great idea!


Lory Robinson said...

We have given you the Versatile Blogger Award!

Heather's Heart said...

I love the sign! I am your newest follower and would love for you to come visit me! I have TONS of *freebies*!

I am excited to go check out your blog! I already love what I see! =)


Jenn said...

A tutorial for this jar would have been great. I am trying to recreate it for my hubby for V-Day. I guess I will just jump in with my Cricut & figure it out for myself. Great post!

Dandelions and Dragonflies said...

It's pretty simple...all the letters were cut using my Cricut and vinyl. I simply traced the jar lid (that pops out)on scrapbook paper and ran it through my sticker maker, attached it to the jar then added some hot glue to the "screw on part" of the jar so that the center can't pop out any more. Finally I wrapped ribbon around the lid and hot glued that as well. Good Luck!