Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Yeti Boogers

Here is the story.

My daughter Sophia had a 5th grade project to invent something new and sell it to the class. She likes to watch you tube videos on crafty things and found one on how to make slime. You can find it HERE.
The finished slime was white. She wanted to buy food coloring to make it into another color. I, being cheap, didn't want to buy it for one project, so her dad and I convinced her that the white was cool (and it was).

Lance said, "You can call it YETI BOOGERS". My little crafty brain went right to my new stamp sets from Lawn Fawn called Milo's ABC's and  Yeti, Set. Go.

Sophia and I made about 40 of these. I hope they sell well!



 I colored the yeti with copics. Don't look too close ;) The Milo alphabet stamp set is clever in that it is perfectly spaced so if you align the clear alphabet stamps next to each other, you get a perfectly spaced word. There are enough letters to make many words without having to use the same letter which makes spacing the stamps easier. Look at the set. See you get lots of vowels and multiples of the same letter.



This post brought to you by i {heart} papers, because fast shipping is how they roll. I am not sure that's their tag line, but it should be.

I am entering this into Lawnscaping Challenge #65 and Simon Says Stamp Challenge Animal Antics. I am loving the new Lawn Fawn Collection.







35 comments:

  1. Hahaha...I LOVE IT...I would totally by this...for myself! I'd have to by 2 more for my kiddos because I wouldn't want to share. Totally awesome idea!

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  2. Super cute! I'm sure they'll take it out of your hands :) And you're right about that alpha set. I just can't put it down!!!

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  3. that is so hysterical! yeti boogies, i bet they sell like crazy

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  4. This is super adorable and very clever of Sophia! I love the tags, which remind me I need to get that tag die from PTI! Great job Wida!

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  5. HA! that's really funny! love the tags too :)

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  6. Aww... These are so cute!!! I am sure they will. Yeti boogers are cool :)

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  7. HA! Yeti Boogers...what a clever idea! I bet the kiddos are going to go nutty for these!!! Awesome project!!!

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  8. Love these little Boogers! The tags are adorable! I bet she gets an A on this project!

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  9. WONDERFUL! Oooo, Loving that stamp set, especially after the debacle I had with the set I have.....grrrr.

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  10. This is such a fun and creative idea! I think they will sell like hotcakes.

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  11. What fun! She will be the top seller for sure! Great job, Sophia....love them!!!

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  12. You are such a wonderful mom... Copic coloring 40+ of those! Sophia's project is adorable. I bet they'd be sold out in no time.

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  13. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it - next on the market will be YETI handkerchiefs!! To mop up the boogers LOL!

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  14. Oh my gosh! So funny and disgusting all at the same time! Lance is a thinker! I wonder what you would've called them if you HAD food coloring, lol! The yeti is too cute! Hope she sells lots!

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  15. haha ,, what a FAB project ! I would buy some too if I was there ,, am sure they sold well ,, this is BRILIANT ! :-)

    thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
    luv
    Lols x x x

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  16. Ha these made me laugh! I remember one year we made snowman poo (small mints) and rudolph noses (red tic tacs)! Bet those little packets sell like hot cakes :)

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  17. These are kind of awesome and hilarious! Solidarity on the cheap factor! Love that you made it work!

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  18. Wida you're awesome. I'm thinking birthday presents for my friends.

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  19. amazing project!!! your daughter must have had the best presentation :)
    -Rachel w k
    rwkrafts.com

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  20. This is beyond clever! I love this project so much! Amazing job!

    -Samantha

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  21. These are absolutely charming - and they must have sold well! You'll have to let us know!

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  22. Haha, there's a children's book series called Hand Puppet Horror where one of the leads is a hand puppet named Yeti Booger. These would go great for that. Check it out.

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1460938917/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=1460938917&linkCode=as2&tag=undinthehea-20

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  23. What a great project, and I LOVE the name! And white is very cool. I hope they sold well!

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  24. LOL! LOVE your quick mind! I hope they sell~'cause they are so cute!

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  25. Seriously funny, and cute little tags too!

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  26. wow, they are super fun!!
    Thanks for playing with us at Lawnscaping :)
    xoxo Tamara

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  27. Oh, this is too funny and incredibly creative! I love it!

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  28. These are so flippin' awesome!! I'm sure they will fly off the shelves, if they haven't already. Especially with the boys : ) Way to market them. That alpha set is how all alpha sets should be. I get tired of trimming the side margins off all my alpha stamps. I only do it as I use each stamp, so it's a good, visual reminder of how neglected some of my sets are.

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