Sunday, December 11, 2011

Hot Cocoa Cones

The grand kids had their Christmas program on Thursday so I decided to make them a treat to warm them up.
 I made tags with a cute little sentiment from Crafty Sprouts "Smile On" stamp set and a list of all the ingredients. They are tied on with twine from The Twinery.
 On the back I added directions on how to make the cocoa and an adorable little gingerbread man from Peachy Keen Stamps "PK-411 Lil' Gingerbreads and phrases" stamp set.
 There were a total of 50 cones for each of the students and staff in the school.
Here is a close up of the cone.
My grand son was an angel and my grand daughter was a sheep. All the kids did such a terrific job and it was a fabulous program. They go to a private Christian school and there are only 40 students. I have to say I love the school they attend. My grand son is in 1st grade and has 1st through 8th graders in his class and he is learning so much. He really looks up to the older kids and they help out so much. He is reading and writing cursive, telling time and counting money. My 3 (now 4) year old grand daughter has learned the Pledge of Allegience. They are learning bible verses and hymns. All the kids know each other and look out for each other. It is always fun to make special treats for such awesome students and staff.


Amy said...

Really cute!!! :)Amy

Pendra said...

You gotta love Grandma! Really cute idea... love it!
Crafty Holiday Hugs,

paperscissorsink said...

I love the cocoa cones, every year I think I'm going to make some and I never seem to get them done. You did a great job on yours!

Rosie said...

awwwn your a great grandma!! keep them kiddos warm.

love the project!

My Scrap Diary said...

Cuuuute!! The kiddies are going to love them.

Penny said...

Very nice projects. Love all the ideas. TFS. I am a follower.

dreamer said...

so nice love them all keep all your
ideas coming wendy

Erika Valdez said...

OH wow these are amazing!! You are so awesome to make these for your grandbaby's school!! What a great idea!

Lots of Love,