Welcome to the Brae-er's Team Blog Hop featuring Valentine's Day crafts. If you just came from Brae's blog then you are in the right place, also, if you get lost along the way, you can come back to her to get back on track.
On Friday I was asked to come in and do crafts with both my oldest daughter's class and my son's class, plus another class of grade 1's. So how do you prepare crafts for 60 kids, you dig out your cricut and CTMH cartridges.
So, the first project was a card from the Artfully Sent cartridge that we made smaller to fit in the valentine bags and boxes that they had previously made. I cut it using retired Blush cardstock, and they had a piece of Colonial White cardstock that they could color and back the cut hearts.
The second project was a treat box, that us Canadian's refer too as the Timbit Box. This box can be found on the Artiste cartridge. The kids could decorate them before they got assembled. I choose to decorate my box with the negative space from the heart card.
The final project was making this super cute owl card, which is cut from Colonial White, Black, Blush, and Holiday Red cardstock. (the Blush and Holiday Red are both retired colors) We then stamped hearts and the sentiment onto the card. The sentiment is from January's SOTM, and the heart is from a past SOTM as well.
I hope that you enjoyed the class craft projects. Now hop on over to Sheri's blog and see what kind of craftiness she has been up to.