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Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Preschool Valentines: You're My Main SQUEEZE!

ETA: If you'd like to use my Silhouette cut files or a PDF you can cut yourself of the inner circle,
you can download them HERE!

We're a big fan of the GoGo Squeez applesauces.
They are an easy way to have a portable healthy snack readily available
when we're away from home.
So, when I saw these Valentines and then found our Costco is currently carrying
the GoGo's - I knew they would be perfect for Isabella to take to her friends.



I used my Silhouette SD's print and cut feature to make them,
and it was so perfect and made the process super simple.


Once you design the text, it's time to fill them with color.
With your word selected, open the Fill Color window and fill with color.
After they are filled with color, you select all the text inside of your circle.
Then, open the Cut Style window and select "No Cut".
Next open the Registration Marks window and turn on the registration marks.
You'll want to make sure you keep your design out of the grey cross marks.
Send it to your printer and then load into your Silhouette
and send to the Silhouette to cut and choose "auto detect registration marks".
Then cut!


I glued the circles onto a larger scalloped circle that I also cut with the Silhouette,
and then punched a little hole in the top and used baker's twine to
tie the little tag to the applesauce.
I also signed the "::heart:: Isabella" on the back.


I super adore how they came out and Isabella loved them because
the applesauce is her current obsession.
It was the perfect option for her class of 12 kids
but I'm doing something else a little more cost effective for JT's class of 32.


If you have any questions, please feel free to let me know if you have any questions.
Are you done with your Valentines?
What are you making this year?


12 comments:

Melinda Collazo said...

Oh my goodness! I just love this! My little guy is pretty obsessed with GoGo Squeeze applesauce as well (only the apple apple flavor though).

Tonii said...

These are DARLING!! Perfect for my little ones...thanks so much for sharing!

Brittney said...

Love this idea! My daughter loves applesauce! Do you have this file in a PDF so I could print it? It will not let me open the silhouette file.

Brittney said...

Love this idea! My daughter loves applesauce so would be great to give to the kids in her class. Do you have this in a PDF file so I could print it? It will not let me open the silhouette file. Thanks!

April @ Sewing Novice said...

Thanks for the PDF version! I am using these for my daughter's valentine's for her class. Except I'm going to have her cut out hearts for the background. :)

threelittlepumpkins said...

Hi! I made these today for my little boys as their Pre-school Valentines! Thank you for such a great idea. I also mentioned it on my blog and linked it to you. Thanks again!

Sarah McMullin said...

Shared in my round-up here! http://www.simplyfitandclean.com/2014/02/12/ideas-for-valentines-day/

Kristina Ambrosia-Conn said...

Hi I just wanted to thank you for the free Main Squeeze printable. I gave you a shout-out on my blog http://weeklywanderlust.blogspot.com/

I am new to blogging and wanted to @ you right in body of text but couldn't figure it out...lol

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Jennifer said...

I love these, absolutely adorable! :) I included them in a roundup of our favorite classroom valentines for this year. Thanks for sharing!

Jennifer said...

I absolutely love this idea and I will be doing this for my little guys Valentines this year. Thanks for the awesome printable and for sharing.
I will be sharing this on my blog
www.sweetgrassliving.com

Sabrina Elms said...

I love these!! What did you do for JT's class. I have 40 and need a more cost effective idea also.

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