Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Stocking Stuffers!!

 Santa is on his way...so why don't you help him out by making some stocking stuffers for those kids and loved ones in your life?  This month, I am going to use these gifties for the kids' advent prizes!

Do you have a book worm in your familiy?

Design a bookmark using his or her favorite colors and themes.
This is a corner bookmark which starts off as a 4 inch square piece of paper.  Fold two corners down to the 2 inch mark.   Just be sure to keep this project flat, flat, flat...it's a book mark!

Teens and kids of all ages will enjoy a gum slider.
Cut your paper to wrap around the gum packaging. 
The ribbon slides out the gum...see below.

The Rubber Duck paper is so sunny and happy....
Smiles all the way around!

Winter means winter lips...
and any age would love a new stick of Chapstick.
Check out the dollar bins for lip glass in all sorts of colors and flavors.
Be sure to choose your paper to coordinate!

A basic, large card stock...scored and folded.
I used eyelets to reinforce the holes. 
Ribbon holds the chapstick in place!

Here is one more stocking stuffer to wow your loved ones.
Using a large binder clip, decorate and embellish away.

What you have is a picture or note holder.

It's a stylish way to display pictures of the big dance, big game, big date...
Or a place to secure important fliers and notes!

I enjoyed personalizing these for each of my kids.
Even for my Michigan loving son.
(I knew I should never move out of Ohio! haha)

Supplies from The Robin's Nest:
Rubber Ducks, Clouds, Orange Glitter Crackle, Winter Deer stripes, 
Dew drops


The Robins Nest OCrowley said...

These are great ideas!! I love it!! Thanks for sharing!!

Robin said...

These are so fun, I want the page savers!

Cumbrianlass said...

Wow you have been so so busy, they are all wonderful

Creative M said...

Fun ideas!!TFS

Barbara Rankin said...

Very cute stocking stuffer ideas. TFS.

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