Thursday, December 17, 2009

Snowman Soup

A couple posts ago, I showed you these ornaments that I created for my husband to give to his grade 1 students. Originally, we were going to create Snowman Soup's for his students however, the woman who teaches his class in the afternoon decided to do that as an art project with them, so they're getting those ornaments.

Since we had all the supplies for snowman soup already, Grant decided we should give them to the class he teaches in the afternoon. He's been teaching that class for about a month and a half while their usual teacher is on a leave. So here they are!This is the whole lot of them that I created - a total of only 20. Each package contains a packet of hot chocolate, 3 Hershey kisses, a candy cane and 8 marshmallows. Here is a close up of the front of the tag. I LOVE this snowman image and it works so well with the snowman soup poem that we ended up using! This snowman image is one of my favourite of all the Stampin Up Christmas/winter images. Here's the other side of the tag that shows the Snowman Soup poem and directions on how to make it! I stamped the snowflake image all over the white cardsock before printing the poem on it. I love the way it looks. There are many different versions of snowman soup as well as other little Christmas candy poems out there. In trying to find the one that I liked best for Grant's students, I made a document that I posted on SCS so that everyone could access a single document that had all of the different versions on it. You can access it here: Compiled Soups and Poops.

Supplies

Stamps: SU Two Cool Dudes
Ink: SU baja breeze
Paper: SU ww, real red
Ribbon: SU real red 1/4" grosgrain, SU silver elastic cord
Bags: SU large cello bags

3 comments:

Jen said...

oh, super cute!! i love that image too!! i just finished some form of these too...such a great little somthing!!:)

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

These are SUPER cute Allison! The students must have LOVED these! I love that snowman too!

Christina Fischer said...

I love this project! SO cute!! :)