Saturday, November 28, 2009

Reindeer Feed and Jingle Belles!

There's a quick and sweet project that I used to make with my girls for the holidays. It's called Reindeer Feed and you put it down on Christmas Eve to lure the reindeer pulling Santa's sleigh to your house.




I adore Jingle Bells by Belles N' Whistles. I just love Elisabeth Bell's illustrations and these Christmas Collections are just adorable and magical to me. I could just color and color all day long!




It's so easy to make. All you need is one cup of oats, one cup of sugar and mix in some glitter or some colored sugar or crystals. Some birds don't digest the glitter very well!




I just love this reindeer's sweet face and look at this sweet elf. Have you seen anything cuter?



So I hope you enjoy this quick project for the kids. It only takes a few minutes and gives you lots of sweet memories in return. I know it did for us!

Card Ingredients:

Jingle Bells by Belles N' Whistles, Eskimo Kisses by BasicGrey, stickles, copics, fine glitter by MS, nestabilities, SU topnote die, oatmeal, sugar, glitter

8 comments:

  1. What a gorgeous thing Lynda! You know? I never heard of this tradition.. so thank you for a fun and informative post. This project rocks! :)

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  2. My sons play group makes a similar thing but using rabbit food with sparkle bits and glitter, but to put in a bowl and leave with santa's cookies. But now I'm just thinking I could make tags to go on the bags for them. Thanks for the idea. Great project.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  3. adroable project, itlooks so gergous, i love it
    havea a funny weekend
    hugsssssss
    helen

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  4. awwww this is fantastic Susan! Yes yes, this little Jingle Bells stamp is perfect for this type of "treat". Beautiful work girl!
    Big Hugs
    Lynda

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  5. Ohhh wowww Susan,what beautiful,i love the image and colours.

    Hugs Riet.x

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  6. Oh this is so cute and what a really fun idea, love it.
    Kim xXx

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  7. What a fabulous idea, Susan! A great way to give out heartwarming Christmas treats as a quick project with the kids, and keep lots of memories too. Love it!!

    Hugs!

    xx Elisabeth

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