In case you hadn’t noticed, I am slightly obsessed with crafting gifts this year. Yesterday, I gifted Veronica’s teacher those adorable kissing Minnie and Mickey wine glasses. Today, is Adri’s last day of preschool before winter break, so we’ll be gifting her classmates some little treats.
Like usual, I saw this idea on Facebook in one of my Cricut craft groups. Using my Cricut made it easy, but it’s definitely a project that could be made using a simple pair of scissors.
I was able to get a bag of Play-Doh from Walmart for about $6, so this project comes out to about $.50 per student. What, what?! And what kid doesn’t love Play-Doh? Totally a win for everyone! …except for the parents of the kids receiving these. Sorry!
After creating the printable and cutting it out, all I had to do was pop in the little Play-Doh container. I designed the hole in each card to stay put snugly. Seriously, too easy!
If you have a Cricut Explore, you can use this link to directly access my design and personalize it for yourself. No Cricut? No problem (although you should totally use my affiliate link to get yourself one). Just insert this image into Word or PowerPoint or where ever you create your printables, and size it to 5″ x 3″. The diameter of the circle should be 1.7″.
I’d say this project took about 15 minutes from start to finish. Can’t beat, amiright?!