Monday, June 22, 2009

Oh, such a fun Father's Day!

I hope everyone had a great Father's Day! I have some very fun projects to share with you today. And don't forget to leave a comment under this post if you want a chance at winning the RAK.

The kids and I made some incredible memories with the assembly line we had going in order to make these lil' burgers. It was seriously such a hoot! I have to give all the credit to Kimberly Crawford. This is a total lift from her. I saw these adorable lil' things on her blog and I thought, 'we have to make those for your Daddy!' The instructions for the box and even the design comes right straight from Kimberly (although her design is much crisper!) These photos aren't very clear either but you get the idea.

























Supplies: Pattern Paper - Dream Street, Basic Grey; Stickers - American Crafts; Star Punch - Fiskars Ink - Versa Magic Chalk Ink


















The best part is how excited the kids were to give it to their Dad. They made a treasure hunt for him and the first clue was under the hamburgers. The rest of the clues led him to his other gift. They giggled the whole way. Such special times.
If you can't tell from the photos, it's all sweet stuff. The bun is actually Nilla waffers! You can find the recipe at Very Best Baking. That's the link to the site. The actual recipe is here.

The next fun thing that I wanted to share with you is that the Spellbinders Pendant reveal has began and the first person in the Blog Frenzy is Becca Feeken who will completely WOW you and leave you speechless when you see how gorgeous and elgegant her projects turned out! WOW!

16 comments:

patty w said...

Ah ! I have seen these made with the wafers too! I think they would be a bit easier/quicker than the cupcakes!

Very cute box! Just like the little 6pack from Hamburger Station/Whit Castle.

I love the new Spellbinders that are coming out. Becca's projects were beautiful !

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Jocelyn said...

Oh what an adorable project and sounds like you had such a wonderful day with the family!!! I too love the new Spellbinders that are coming out!

rosegarden said...

That is really cute - I'm printing the instructions!

connie said...

I also saw this on Kimberly's blog. VERY CUTE!! Sounds like you and your family had a great Father's Day!. I also love Spellbinders and off to check out the blogs.

Kathleen said...

These are very cute!! My husband is a hamburger King this would be perfect for him. I will save this project for sure. It would be really cute for a 4th of July party too!! TFS Oh and I Love Spellbinders!! The new dies so far are Great!!

Karee Sue said...

That box and burgers are ever so cute, what a perfect father's day gift.
I loooove spellbinders dies, just wish I could afford them and they were available around here. lol

Danielle said...

oh my, this is sooooo cute! what a great project~

Rebecca said...

Holy cow! Those burgers and the gift box are AWESOME. You went above and beyond!! My DH didnt even get a card from me this year! ha ha! How fun that you could include the kiddos in such a fun project!

Michelle said...

what a cute fathers day idea! and those spell binder stuff is divine...that's next on my list now that I have a big shot!

Liza said...

That's a great project. Super cute and it was a fun activity shared with your kids.

Shannon Smith said...

What a fun project! I'm going to have to remember this one for next year!

ellen s. said...

that is the CUTEST!

valken said...

You really made alot of hamburgers, I sawthem on Kims blog too. Too cute! Spellbinders have some fun stuff!

Miss Em said...

Wow, so cute. I would never have thought of that. I checked out the recipe and they sound like they are edible too.

Tona said...

Those little hamburgers are just too cute!

Color me blingy! said...

Totally fooled me! Thought they were mini burgers! Great job and nice presentation.

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