Monday, July 16, 2012

Inkling: don’t touch ~ don’t eat printable tent cards



I have a fun downloadable printable for you today. If you have ever had a craft or diy project ruined by curious fingers or a baked item or food dish eaten by hungry kids you may want to print these out.



Recently, I was working with Mod Podge Dimensional Magic and made these cute pendants. If you’ve used this product or something similar, you know it takes awhile to dry. I told my family to not touch the pendants. Fortunately everyone listened but one fingerprint would have spelled disaster.



I also recently made this faux hobnail vase. The hobnails are made out of puffy paint and they needed to dry overnight. I practically stood guard over this project all night!



A friend once told me that she had made cookies to take to a school event for her son. Her older daughter came home with several friends and devoured the cookies.



These are the first tomatoes from my garden. You may remember my post about my diy tomato cages. A lot of care has gone into these little tomatoes. I’m planning on using them to make something yummy for a future post.

Now that I’ve made these cute “DON’T TOUCH” and “DON’T EAT” tent cards, I can put them next to my project or food item and hopefully my family will read them and obey them!


Don't eat capture
Dont Touch Capture
To download the PDF printables for these cards – click the links: 

And a special thanks to the Graphics Fairy for the cute vintage “finger” graphic.



Thanks for visiting.
Carolyn
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12 comments :

  1. These are so cute and fun.

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  2. Ok these are the greatest! I need these to put on the projects I have laying all over the house.... And I could really use a whole sheet of stickers of the "don't eat" ones... my kids are always leaving leftovers in the fridge that they want to save and let nobody else eat! Great idea...
    Susan
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  3. Oh my goodness, Carolyn...these are so apropos for someone like me....3 boys and a husband who are always hungry....and touching everything! I may need to print them out and laminate them for re-use!

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  4. Ha!Ha! Carolyn this is so cute!! What we have to do to protect our edibles from kiddos raiding the kitchen! Great idea - and I love this vintage graphic! Pinning this and following you via GFC! Heather @ settingforfour.blogspot.com

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  5. Hey, just wanted to stop by and let you know that I featured you over at Sugar Bee Crafts! Now if only my cats could read, I could put your printables to good use...

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  6. These are so cute! And I could really use these to prevent my teenagers from eating something that I am trying to save. I'm going to print some off so I'm prepared.

    I would love it if you would share this at the Smart Solutions linky party. You can link up here:

    http://theprudentpantryblog.blogspot.com/2012/07/prudent-projects-and-smart-solutions.html

    Have a great day!

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  7. I definitely could have used these when I did a project recently. LOL

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  8. These are so nice, Are you a designer? If yes then the printing companies have need of such nice designer.

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