Sunday, December 18, 2011

SUNDAY Morning----- Day 2 of My pink Stamper 12 days of Christmas



I know it is Day 5 of 12 days of Christmas over at THE PINK STAMPER, I got a little behind trying to keep my art room clean.
 Then I got my days mixed up I put day 2 and 4 together. Which I don't mind because I love the combo pink and Green.
 This is for the Day two Challenge: Random acts of Kindness
I usually have little bags all made up in the refrigerator- no decorations on top with some sort of trail mix in it.  I throw a few in a tote bag and when I go shopping downtown -- If I am approached by someone who asks me for money -- "Can you spare some change" . I just give them one of the trail mix packs. They are usually happy to get something. I like that I have something nutritious to share with them.
  I thought I would do something different.  I accumulate  these hotel shampoos and soaps  from trips I take, most of the time I end up taking them with me, because I bring my own shampoo and conditioner.  Then, I have a bunch of these  in  basket under the  sink.  These fit nicely in a regular zip-lock sandwich bag. I used Snow Angel  Cricut imagine cartridge. I printed a piece of patterned paper @ 5x7 the 5 inch size and it fit perfect folded over the baggie.  My 3 little images cover the staples cut @2.25. After I put it all together I realized the soap was upside down. I made myself not open it to fix it-   That is good for me.

I used the sentiment from
"Winter Treats and Sayings' My pink stamper stamp set
ink: Tim Holtz: Festive berries
All images; Cricut imagine : snow angel 


Hope you have a great day thanks for stopping by.   DIANA L.  have a blessed day.

9 comments:

  1. Pretty little gift bag topper! :)Amy

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  2. Diana it's really pretty love the color combo I have been so busy making gift card holders and tags sorry I haven't been by to comment more...

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  3. I like the idea of giving out trail mix treats to those looking for spare change. At least it's something!! Cute topper too, Diana.--Pat N.

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  4. That is so thoughtful and a great idea. I usually take mine to the women's shelter in my area.

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  5. This is a really great idea! I keep two large Ziplocs full of supplies, socks, a notebook, chips, sanitizer and a list of the local homeless shelters in my car and hand it out when I see a person in need.
    Carri~abusybee
    www.doubleclickconnections.blogspot.com

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  6. Very pretty and such useful items. Love the idea, thank you. Hugs, Lori m

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  7. I love this idea, Diana!! I have a drawer full of these supplies...what a wonderful use for them!! And I love the bag topper - so pretty :)

    Lisa
    indymermaid.blogspot.com

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