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Pot of Gold Appreciation Craft

It's time for St. Patrick's Day yet again! Here is a quick craft that we used to show appreciation to our staff!


Tape (I used double sided)
Plastic Table Cloth

Step 1: Print Labels

I created these simple labels using PowerPoint. You can either double them over the top of a ziplock bag, or like I did, cut them in half to place on the bags. 

 Step 2: Buy Candy

 We purchased two bags of candy from Party City for 9.99 a bag,

Step 3: Cut tablecloth and assemble

I cut the plastic table cloth into squares approximately 8 inches by 12 and stacked the candy in the middle.  

Step 4: Tape on label

After you have made a bag and added the rubber band, tape the label onto the bag.

And Voila! They came out so cute! I love that our staff will be opening the "pot" and have it be filled with gold!  


Staff Appreciation: Get S'More Staff Like You

I love showing appreciation to people for all of the hard work they do! Nothing feels as good as being recognized, and I work with some pretty amazing people.

Every month, my team is tasked with coming up with something creative and cute for all of the staff within our organization. We began the year with pretty low moral and wanted to show our staff, specially our new hires, how much we appreciate them.

This month, we made mini bags of smores. One of my colleagues found the idea via pinterest. The idea came from an older post by

The original file only had two labels per page, so I screen clipped it to make four fit onto a page.

Click the link for the original file

These came out so cute! I just know our staff will appreciate them!


These Are A Few Of My Favorite Things!

Christmas is around the corner, and the crafts are not far behind. Here are a few cute crafts that I think kids would love and seem perfect for those last few days before Winter Break. Follow the links to get the instructions for these wonderful winter wonders! (Too far with the W's, I know).

1. The Grinch
Make a Grinch Craft out of a paper plate. Fun Christmas Craft for kids and goes along great with Dr Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas. From I Heart Crafty Things.

So so so cute! This would be great to make after reading "How The Grinch Stole Christmas". That last day before the holidays was always stressful to plan for, but this would have been a welcome activity!

2. Crafty Olaf
Adorable Olaf Sock Snowman Tutorial ~ Frozen fans are sure to love it!
Even though it wasn't my favorite (Aghast! The horror!), Olaf was definitely I highlight of the film. A sock, eyes, and cotton balls, are all you need to make him come to life!
3. Popsicle Sticks!
This would be a fun crafts for us all to do!!!! Golly Gee Willickers. I'm so ready for Christmas time.
Now I know what to do with my random box of 153 Popsicle sticks!

4. Cute Pine Cone Owls
Whoo-hooo is looking for a cute ornament tutorial? These felt and pinecone owls are a fun family craft that can be created with a few simple supplies and displayed in your home all year.
Where oh, where are my pine cones. Having moved to Nashville from Georgia, I am noticing a distinct lack of ready made pine cones. Growing up, we had mounds and mounds of pine cones that we would have rake up. I now want all of those pine cones back to create these cute crafts. I think kids would love to make these little owls and all you need is felt and pipe cleaners! Super cute!

5. Crafty Ornaments
Oh my...I think I found what the girls and I will be doing for a Christmas craft! Love these!!!

I love how cute these ornaments are!!! They are so festive and cute. I think I might substitute Christmas wrapping paper when making this craft with the kids at site.

Hope you love these as much as I did!

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