Thursday, December 15, 2011

Reindeer Noses:)

Y'all, I about died over a bag of "Reindeer Noses" I saw an intern give my coworker's class yesterday! I just had to have them for my sweeties!! When I got home from school, I found the idea all over Pinterest!! Whoever originally came up with this is AMAZING!!! They are too cute & so stinkin' easy to make!!
Here's what you need to make them....
1. 1 huge party size bag of Whoppers
2. A couple bags of gumballs (you have to pick all the red ones out). I found the perfect size gumballs at the Dollar Tree..check out the name...Au'some Bubbles...love it!!
3.Cello treat bags - I like the vase shapes ones shown in the picture!

All you do is put 8 Whoppers and 1 red gumball in a treat bag!! If you want the tags I made for my bags, you can get them {HERE}!! These would make an awesome gift for your students!!! I'm planning on handing mine out on our Polar Express day that's right around the corner!

Look what I got in the mail today!! Woot! Woot!
I still can't believe I did it!!! So excited that I made it through with a 2 year old & full time job!!! I'm not going to lie. It was HARD! But I can't even put into words how happy I am that I accomplished this dream!!!! Now on to my specialist degree...JUST KIDDING...haha...maybe in a few years if I'm brave enough!!

Happy *almost* Friday! Please send fast ornament making vibes my way for tomorrow. My classroom is going to look like Santa's shop!! Fun stuff!!

18 comments:

laughinbrunette (Jennifer) said...

CONGRATS!! and here's to some fast craft making!!
Jennifer
First Grade Blue SKies

Holly said...

Those are absolutely ADORABLE!!!!!

Congrats too! :)

Holly
Crisscross Applesauce in First Grade

Delighted said...

Congratulations! Love the reindeer noses!

First Grade Delight
imgoingfirst@gmail.com

Debra said...

I use white (vanilla ice cream) silk ornaments and paint elmer's glue on the top of the silk ornament where the loop is. Dip the ornament in ice cream sprinkles and let them dry. I use real ice cream cones and glue the ornament into the cone for a tree decoration with a ribbon to hang on the tree. I know everyone has done this at one time or another but it is always a favorite.

I also use clear glass or clear plastic ornaments and put the tempera paint inside the ornament with one or two colors and roll it around inside the ornament. It takes a while to dry but well worth the time.

Debra said...

Congratulations Anna on your degree at Piedmont! I love Piedmont College and acquired my master's and specialist's degrees with them and you are right, it is hard work but well worth it!!!

Carolyn S said...

Way to go on continuing your education! Thanks for sharing all your great ideas while trying to juggle it all. Be sure to take some time for yourself during the holidays and REST! Again Congrats!!!

Grade ONEderful said...

Congratulations!!!!!

❀Barbara❀
Grade ONEderful

Jodi said...

Congrats!!

Jodi
fun-in-first.blogspot.com

Ms. Martin and Friends said...

Congratulations to you! I remember that feeling! Good for you! Thanks for sharing your creativity with us! Merry Christmas to you!

AMTeacher said...

Congratulations. Thanks for sharing all your ideas while you were juggling so many things.

Kristen said...

Congrats Anna!!! Thanks for sharing the reindeer noses, I would love to try this! :)
Kristen

Primary Paradise said...

Hi Anna,
Just finished my glittery ornaments yesterday. Very easy...pictures on my blog. Congratulations on your masters (and completing it with a two year old, wow)!
Tammy
primaryparadise.blogspot

Leanne Baur said...
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Leanne Baur said...

These will be perfect for our Winter Celebration this week! Thanks!

Leanne

Teaching Tales

Kelli :) said...

What did we do before Pinterest??? :)
CONGRATULATIONS! Such a big accomplishment!
I got my Ed.S from Piedmont! Did you do the cohort program or do you live close by?

Kelli :)
Castles and Crayons

Jaime said...

Thanks for the download for the tags!!! Too cute!!!! Congratulations, too!!!

Jaime
http://whatsthebuzzinfirst.blogspot.com

Stephany Hyder said...

These were a big hit this year for my sons 2 year old class. I used m&ms b/c they are two. lol. Thank you for this wonderful idea and printable. I even enjoyed making them.
Check them out here!
http://stephanyhyder.blogspot.com/2012/12/davens-first-christmas-program-party.html

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