I'm popping in to share my Make-Live-Share project with you today. This project was inspired by Richard Garay's treat project that can be seen HERE. I decided to create a little treat container for the computer specialist at our school. She's been working like crazy for the past few weeks getting all the computers set up for 3-6 grade students to practice their state testing in Reading and Math. My third graders did quite well on their practice Reading SOL last week and tomorrow, they take their practice Math SOL. In Virginia, students in grades 3 and beyond take yearly assessments. It's not a fun time of year, but we know it must be done.
Do you notice I used this month's Color Challenge Colors? This will be my fourth entry in the color challenge #FSJCC3, I think! WOWEE! I'm loving this unexpected combination! Why not join the fun in creating something for the challenge?!? You'll be pleasantly surprised with the color mix!
Don't skimp on decorating the back!!! I used the other half of the die on the back side of the treat container. As this treat can be viewed "in-the-round", I wanted to make sure to add some special details there too.
FSJ Supplies used on this project:
DI-0035 Fancy Label Die
CS-0093 Rich Coral Cardstock
CS-0105 Pool Play Cardstock
CS-0094 River Stone Cardstock
CS-0095 Sweet Pear Cardstock
AC-0019 Silver Silk
AC-0004 Black Journey Twine
IP-0053 River Stone Ink
AT-0056 Postage Stamp ATS
AT-0107 Bezel Block (sentiment) ATS
AC-0022 Sparkle Drops
PS...The silver paper is the edge of the wrapper from a stick of gum! The ribbon is from my massive ribbon stash.