Friday, February 3, 2012

Happy Birthday to my Husband


 I'm such a lucky girl to have such a wonderful husband. He's caring, thoughtful, a great dad, and boy does he love his video games:) I blog and do crafts, while he plays his video games...it works out very well! Anyway, I wanted to share a little treat I made for him to have when he wakes up in the morning.  I like to put little things around the house to make him feel special on his birthday.  In college, my roommate put sticky notes around saying nice things about me on my birthday and I thought that was so cool.  So, that is a tradition in our house now.  I will put the sticky notes around the upstairs with nice messages, and then downstairs in the kitchen I'm going to put this little treat container:


Dynamite Treats!  I put M&M's in the middle of each roll.
Want to make one?
To make a Dynamite Treat Container
toilet paper tubes or paper towel tubes, plastic baggies, paper, twine, pipe cleaner, candy, label

1.get plastic baggies and fill with candy
2. wrap tubes with paper
3. put candy bags in tubes
4.wrap tubes in twine
5. Stick pipe cleaner in the middle of the tubes
6. get a label and write a message. I used Cricut's Imagine More Cards at 2.0 in.
7. Enjoy!

Hope your day is dynamite!
Smiles, 

Jill

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20 comments:

  1. Jill this is dynamite!! What a fun idea! We do sticky notes in our house too :)

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    1. Thanks Ruby! I know isn't it fun! Smiles, Jill

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  2. Fantastic idea - and a fun one to mkae with kids too!
    Thanks for linking up at Paper Issues
    Lowri
    http://papervinenz.blogspot.com

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  3. I love this!! So creative and fabulous!! Thanks so much for playing along at Decorate to Celebrate!

    Lisa
    Decorate to Celebrate DTM
    indymermaid.blogspot.com

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    1. Absolutely, Lisa! Glad you stopped by!

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  4. This is dynamite!! What a fabulous idea, Jill! I bet he loved it.

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    1. Leah, he did love it after he realized what it was. My son was so excited for my husband to see it that he kind of demolished it. I put it back together and my husband was able to see what it was. He was like, "Oh, I thought it a bunch of rolled quarters!" ha! so funny!

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  5. very fun thank you for joining us at decorate to celebrate.

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  6. Super cute project. Happy birthday to your hubby! You're a sweetheart. :)

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    1. Thanks Su! Glad you like it. My husband said, "Thanks for wishing me a happy birthday!" You're a stellar techy gal!

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  7. What a 'dynamite' idea! Sorry couldn't resist!
    Thanks for joining us at My Craft Spot this week.
    Jayne x

    www.jayne-designs.blogspot.com

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  8. I made some similar to these with rolos, but never thought of making them where you could fill with m&ms! They turned out so adorable! :) Thanks for playing along with us at Decorate to Celebrate.

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  9. This is just so fun!! I'm sure your husband will get a kick out of this!
    Thanks so much for playing along with us at My Craft Spot!

    Kate
    Small Bits of Paper

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  10. Hi! Visiting from Sundae scoop. What a great idea.. super cute! Im going to have to try these soon :)

    I would love for you to share this at my link party going on now. Im going to snoop around your site a little more :)

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  11. So cute! I like the idea for using it for Valentine's Day too. I hope you will link this post up to my "I Heart Projects" Party if you haven't already done so.
    http://www.itsybitsypaperblog.com/2012/01/i-heart-projects-linky-party.html

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  12. Fantastic idea!! Thank you for joining us over at Decorate to Celebrate!
    Hugs,
    Norma

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  13. Jill, I love the dynamite idea, but I love the idea of leaving little things all over even more!! What fun to come up with little projects for the task and more fun to see them finding everything!! :)

    Thanks so much for decorating your Valentine celebrations at the Decorate To Celebrate! Challenge Blog!

    Amy :) at www.lovetocrop.com
    and Decorate To Celebrate!

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  14. What a cute idea! I love it! Thanks for entering your project in this weeks challenge at My Craft Spot. :)

    Ally

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These comments make my day! Thank you for taking the time!
Smiles,
Jill

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