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Hi! I am a 39 year old stay at home mom (most of the time). I am a hairstylist that scaled back greatly when I had three babies within a year. The twins are now 5 and the youngest is 4 and I also have a 16 year old. All girls! I love working with vinyl, Jaded Blossom, Stampin' Up!, Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps, my Cameo and my Copics among other creative things! I enjoy cake decorating, stamping, scrapping, card making and most things crafty! Thanks for stopping by and I hope you enjoy!

Friday, October 21, 2011

Crayon Wreaths

 This is a crayon wreath I made for my girls PreK teacher. I used two embroidery hoops size 6 inches and 10 inches and hot glued 50 crayons to them.
The cuts were made on my Cricut. The pencil was on Smiley Cards. The apple was from Doodlecharms.
 Scissors were from Happily Ever After. The blocks were cut with a 1 inch punch and Plantin Schoolbook letters at 1 inch. Stampin up bow.
 Bus is from Doodlecharms.
 The chalkboard is painted with chalkboard paint so it can be changed if needed.
This is a wreath I made for the girls substitute when their teacher was on leave of absence. Basically the same. Rosette made from BoBunny paper, Stampin Up punch and ribbon from my stash.

12 comments:

  1. Can I pay you to send me the Cricut items like the pencil, bus, apple, scissors, etc?

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  2. Can you make the Cricut Items and sell them? If so, how much?

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    1. Sorry I sold my Cricut long ago and don't have the time to recreate them on the machine I use now. Thank you for your interest though.

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  3. Which crayons did you buy? 48 pack?

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    1. Jazmin, I always bought a 64 pack but 48 would probably work as well.

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  4. Man this was quite the project... I really enjoyed doing it but the spacing of the crayons was not the easiest!!!!!!! I actually had to redo at least 8 crayons. But, it turned out so nice! Great idea!

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    1. Oh and i bought a 64 pack but only used 48 on the actual project.

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  5. Do you know the size you used for the cutouts?

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  6. Do you know the size you used for the cutouts?

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    1. No not off hand. Maybe around 3 inches?

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