1. Popcorn Gift Baggies
We had our last day of music class this past Friday. I wanted to bring a little something for all the kiddos in the class to just be a extra special. I decided to do this idea because they could open it up and enjoy it right there and it wasn't candy or cookies... although there are a few m&m's in there! This was really easy. Each bag of popped corn made 3 gift baggies... so I made 9 gifts with 3 bags of popcorn, 1 bag of m&m's, some ribbon, 2 pieces of card stock and clear bags. Easy and cheap!
2. Paper Clip Earrings
We did these at my MOPS group yesterday. They are so cheap and sooooo cute! Basically, you need earring hooks, a paperclip and embroidery thread. It's also a good idea to have liquid stitch glue on hand. Assuming you already have the earring hooks (recycled) and the paper clips, this will cost you $1.50 for the thread and $5 for the glue! Best part is that it only takes about a half hour to make so you can whip these up to match your outfit just hours before you walk out the door!
3. Squash Chips
I made these "chips" last night. They were good, but by no means were they "chips"... they were not crispy at all. I did not "trick my kids" into eating them, although Jonas did enjoy a few. I'll probably make them again though!