Reindeer Food

I’ve made three versions of Reindeer Food this year and today I’m showing you the one that looks similar to the one I make each year.

I stamped the Reindeer from the Sparkly & Bright stamp set with Chocolate Chip ink.  The topper measures 5 1/2 x 4 1/4 and you score it at 2 3/4.
I printed the poem on my Kraft card stock using Printmaster software (on my old computer that has died).  If you’d like the poem, I have it posted on my other website.  Click here to go there now. Once you print the poem, trim it to fit whatever size topper you choose to use.

The Real Red Card stock measures 4 1/4 x 1/2″ and I used the 1 3/8 Circle punch on the Reindeer.

The Reindeer Food is a mixture of Oatmeal and red Cookie Sprinkles.  I put the mixture in a Small Cellophane bag that we have on page 159 of our Idea Book & Catalog. You get 50 bags for $3.95 :) 

Click here if you’d like to see last years Reindeer Food Video Tutorial.

Thanks for joining me!!

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p.s. I’ll post the details for my product shares tomorrow. Please remember I can’t accept payment until Jan. 1st.  I’ll add your name to my waiting list and on Jan. 1st I’ll direct you to the link where you can place your order and pay.  (Product Shares will include Buttons, Brads, Ribbon & Designer Paper from the 2010 Occasions Mini Catalog.)

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  1. Jackie

    This is way too cute! Angie I have a few test tubes.. Can you tell me how you attached the scalloped circle and bow on like the one you did

    Thank you

    Hugs, Jackie

  2. Hlee

    Angie,
    This has nothing to do with Reindeer food, but I wanted to let you know that I created my first quilted purse, and I absolutely love it! I’m actually working on my second purse now and trying to make it larger so I can use it for a diaper bag. You’ve been such an inspiration, and you make everything look so easy!

    I’ve also made tons of quilted flowers. What an addiction once you get started! I found that the use of the Crop-a-dile Big Bite was the best tool to use to make the holes in the middle of the flowers. I made the quilted flowers using Christmas colored patterns, and they look awesome on my Christmas presents! Thank you so much for always sharing your creativity. For someone who couldn’t sew, you inspired me to dust off my sewing machine and make things I never thought I’d be able to make. For that, I am so thankful!

  3. thank you for your very kind remarks. Im thrilled to hear that you were inspired and that youve made several projects. Im with you, I love making the flowers and the purses.

    Thanks!!

    Angie Kennedy Juda
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  4. Carol Haffner

    Angie, Thanks sooooo much for always giving us such good suggestions and projects to make. I just copied the Reindeer Food Poem from your file. Thanks so much. I’m off to make some of these for my Grandchildren. Thanks again for all the inspiration. I check your blog every day to see what you have for us to do. Love it.

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