Friday, August 12, 2011

A Pocket Full of Kisses

 After making the Chalkboard snack for my daughters 1st day of school, my youngest came home yesterday a little upset because she didn't have any special snack. I was so busy getting the house back together after their summer vacation that I really didn't have time to do anything special. :( 
Needless to say that I felt bad and redeem myself  by making her "A Pocket Full of Kisses"! :)

a pocket from an old shorts, ribbon, any embellishments, glue gun, scissors and of course Hershey's Kisses.

Trim around the pocket, hot glue the ribbon and fabric flower.

I added a tag saying "A Pocket full of kisses from mommy" and chocolate kisses.

Jenna from Needle in a Paperstack send me her cute version of this project. Check out the pictures she sent me! She also made a version for boys! It came out so cute! Go check it out!



  1. What a cute, sweet idea!! I would love if you would link this up at Saturday Social this week!

    - Jenn @ Social Salutations

  2. Wow, this is such a cute idea! I may have to try this for my hubby/family. Love it! Great job.


  3. SO stinkin' cute - this is perfect for my 1st grader who is a little unsure of school - all day! Thanks - your blog is lovely.

  4. Now you are just showing off.Love this! come and link up at our link party, Crafty Lassie Tuesdays. Thanks Rose and Heather

  5. This is so clever! I love it.

    Saw you on Fireflies and Jellybeans.


  6. So adorable. What a great way to reuse something old :)

    I'm hosting a fabric giveaway this week over at my blog - stop by when you get a chance:

  7. This is a fun idea. It's so sweet of you to do something special for your little one. I'll keep this idea in mind for the future. I think it could be a fun encouragement for my husband & little one.

    Katy @ redBuddy notes

  8. This is super sweet, Cris! Fun idea, thanks for sharing!


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