Post # 1
I just finished our cracker favors, so thought I would share with the hive 🙂
The firt couple pictures are what is inside each one.
For the adults:
- Love saying
- Crown hat
- Rocket balloon
- Tape measure keychain
- Lip Balm
The adults will also get Madagascar Vanilla Bean Extract in two flavors and Madagascar Vanilla Bean Sugar.
For the kids:
- Love saying
- Crown hat
- Rocket Balloon
- Small pen
- Dinosaur keychain
The kids also get a couple of activity books.
Everyone will have the opportunity to visit the candy/cookie bar.
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Post # 3
I worked really hard on these 🙁
My grandmother would have crackers for us kids at every holiday, so I wanted to incorporate here tradition into the wedding, since she will most likely not be coming to the wedding because of her poor health.
Post # 4
I’m astounded that you made these!
We have them every Christmas, but I never thought that they are even something that could BE made. I would love to know how you made them. Is there a craker-maker kit out there somewhere or did you come up with them from scratch??
Post # 5
I have never seen anything like these before! Very unique!
Post # 6
I am going to be honest…I clicked on the link thinking that you were somehow giving actual crackers…like saltines or ritz as favors….LOL. I have never heard of crackers but these look awesome…I would love a favor like this…something I can actually use.
Post # 7
You made these? I’m impressed! I like how you put lip balm in them. I’m addicted to lip balm.
Post # 8
Those are cute! Awesome job! SIL did my favors for us because I was going to skip them altogehter. haha. I wish I were as creative as you!
Post # 9
Thank you so much for all of your sweet comments
I thought this thread was not interesting enough.
@moneypenny02: If you go to this site, you can get the instructions and a few pointers. If you decide to make them, don’t order the kits, use toilet paper roles for the base. Also, make sure to measure the items and test putting them in the rolls before you get started. I ordered the snaps, the balloons, and the crowns from this site. They are based in Seattle Washington, so the items are shipped out really fast. I also used cardstock from Joanns; purchased during one of their sales and sheer ribbon from their discount bin. I swear I should get dividends from there, since I spend a ton of money there. Oh, and I didn’t use a glue gun, like the site suggests. I have a doublesided tape gun that I used and it worked just fine.
@MissBabeski: I scored the lip balm at Joanns. My Fiance was with me, so I loaded him up with it because it was in the bins at the checkout.
@JamaicaBride: lol, if I didn’t already know about these, I would have thought the same thing.
Post # 10
Those are so cute. They will look so cute out on the tables.
Post # 11
that’s awesome! must have taken FOREVER. seriously.
wow. i didn’t know you make these. don’t they pop or explode or something? yeah, i don’t know much about them. very pretty though, impressive work. 🙂
Post # 12
Thank you ladies 🙂
@ellabee: They have what are called cracker snaps in them and they should pop when pulled; kinda like the snaps the kids throw on the ground at Halloween.