The eyes have it!
It’s time for another simple Takeaway Tuesday idea. Since it’s almost October I thought a cute and scary eyeball would be fun. About four years ago I did a little lesson on those three monsters that most of us have trouble with—Pride, Jealousy, and Selfishness. I thought these little Rolo eyeballs would be good reminders to not let the monsters out!
The verse reference I added to mine is Proverbs 8:13, which is in in regard to the Monsters in the Fall women’s ministry theme on the main website. The theme deals with those “monsters” I mentioned (Pride, Jealousy, and Selfishness).
“The fear of the LORD is to hate evil: pride,
and arrogancy, and the evil way,
and the froward mouth, do I hate.” Proverbs 8:13
You can pick up a free printable Monsters in my Closet lesson handout on the Monsters in the Fall Theme Page.
I saw this Rolo eyeball idea on a lady’s blog who used the regular gold wrapped ones for a Harry Potter party. She had a bunch of them in a glass container. I couldn’t find her blog again to give her credit. Apparently I didn’t save it and couldn’t find it by searching. Anyway, she had a great idea. I love simple things and I love how these look with the fall wrapped Rolos.
- Wrapped Rolo Candy
- Wiggle Eyes ( I actually used two sizes on mine. I couldn’t make up my mind. It depends how much of a rim you want around your eyeball. I used 10mm and 12 mm ones.)
- Small glue dots. (I used the Stampin’ Up! mini ones.)
- Adhere the wiggle eye to the top of the wrapped Rolo with a glue dot. It’s that easy!
- For the Proverbs 8:13 printable tag below, be sure to leave a little white space on the left when cutting them out for a place to attach your Rolo.
- If you add a tag, I found it easier to put the glue dot on the tag first and then add the Rolo candy to the tag.
- Use Hershey’s Kisses. Put the wiggle eye on the bottom.
- Use Mini Reese’s Cups. Put a large size wiggle eye on the bottom.
For those of you that are always looking for something to send home with your younger girls, this might be a fun one. You could use this idea and add any “eye” verse such as Psalm 25:15. “Mine eyes are ever toward the LORD…”. Maybe in the spring—the spring wrapped Rolos would be fun to use for that.
You can pick up the Proverbs 8:13 reference tag below:
Be sure to see the Monsters in the Fall women’s ministry theme on the website.
Thanks for stopping in. Feel free to leave a comment. I love hearing from you!
Have a creative day,
Falling for Sunflowers.
A Tuesday hello to you! It’s nice to be back and sharing the takeaways with you once again. Thanks for all of the prayers during and after my knee replacement.
Well, let’s get to it. Today I’m sharing a little sunflower favor. My sister-in-law actually shared this idea with me several years ago. I thought they were the cutest things. I’ve since made all types of flowers like this but I am still partial to the sunflower as it is just so simple.
You will need:
Brown Cardstock (You could use patterned scrapbook paper .)
Yellow Cardstock (I couldn’t decide on the color of yellow I wanted to use so I tried a couple different shades.)
Scallop punch (approximately 1 and 3/4 in diameter)
1 and 1/4 inch circle punch
Chocolate covered wrapped mint candy (York Peppermint Pattie type but York doesn’t wrap them “round” anymore. They are now in a square packaging.). I usually get the Pearson’s brand at Wal-Mart. Trader Joes also has some Dark Chocolate Honey Mints which would work well. They come in a beautiful turquoise shade of packaging. Plus they only have 3 ingredients so that’s a win.
Adhesive. I put the brown circles on with a glue stick and attached the yellow scallop pieces with a low temp hot glue gun.
Punch out 2 scallops out of yellow cardstock.
Punch out 2 circles out of brown cardstock.
Glue the brown circles to the middle of the yellow scallops.
Put just a dot or so of low temp hot glue on each scallop and sandwich the wrapped mint between. Just a little glue will do. You don’t want to melt the chocolate coating.
You are done! Takeaway Tuesdays are all about doing things simple.
Thanks for stopping into today. Be sure to stop over at my main website, Creative Ladies Ministry. I’ve done some updating and refreshing. There are some new devotionals for you to read on the website.
Have a day full of blessings,
A blast from the past.
I’m working on redoing the main website and I am moving any craft pages from the site here to the blog. I’d like to keep all my crafts on the blog and my writing on the main website.
This is a favor I did several years ago. If you’ve been following the site for awhile, you may have already grabbed this idea.
You just add the tag to anything powered or glittery. I put mine with bottled waters and drink packets.
Here are some ideas:
- drink mixes,
- glitter lip balm,
- glitter pens
- glitter nail polish
- anything sparkly or glimmery
Just click right and “save as” to your computer.
Here are some related links on the main website.
Find a “Living the Royal Life” Study in the CLM Resource Shop.
Thanks for stopping in and checking out my project today.
Have a creative day,
Falling into place.
Hello my friends. I decided it was time to check in again. I’ve been doing pretty good. I still have pain in my leg from time to time and still have a few more sessions of physical therapy to go but I’ve come a long way. Thank you so much for all of your prayers!
I’ve been working it seems non-stop on redoing the main website, well, at least between running my kids to where they need to be and my therapy sessions. Tara is taking some college classes and Aaron is in the 11th grade this year.
I am aiming for next Monday, September the 19th to have the Creative Ladies Ministry website redesigned and ready to go. I’ve just got a few more things to put into place before I can get the new form of the site launched. I’ve changed things around a bit, redesigned a little, and hopefully it will be easy to navigate and be a pleasant experience for you to look forward to.
I’ll be starting back with the Takeaway Tuesdays next week too!
The main website will be down at points over this week as I get things in order for the launch of the new and improved website. If you run into issues, please be patient. It won’t be long before it’s completed.
Thanks again to everyone who’s been praying for my recovery from knee surgery.
Have a creative day!