To encourage work on Personal Progress this week, each young woman was given a value challenge. The value challenge was written on a small piece of paper and tucked inside a plastic Easter Egg. Also included in the egg was a chocolate bunny and a few jelly beans. All the filled eggs were then placed in a rod iron bird cage with a green sash that was a reminder of the value for the month--Knowledge. The bird cage was dangled in front of the young women as they were given their challenge and then told if they could accomplish the challenge by the following Tuesday they would be rewarded with a fun Spring yummy.
This is what is awaiting them if they accomplish their value challenge...
CUTE CHICKS DO PERSONAL PROGRESS!
For those who didn't quite make it they will receive a bunny with an important message...
HOP TO IT!
Bunnies and Chicks! This is the website that inspired the project: http://www.stampingwithangie.blogspot.com/
And the bunnies seemed to reproduce lots faster than the chicks! Not surprised at that?
If you have a Cricut or some kind of automatic cutting machine the project puts together fast. If not, it's a bit of cutting.
Cricut cartridges used: A Child's Year, Celebration, Paper Doll Dress Up, George & Basic Shapes.
ek tools-2.25 in. Scallop circle (for cone of chicken)
Edible parts of the project: Hostess Yellow Cupcakes (8 individually wrapped in package), Pink Snowballs from Wal-Mart (12 individually wrapped in pkg.)
Other materials needed:
1/2 in. Glue dots (to help give the nose a 3-D look and to help position head, wings and paws to body)
Color Box chalk to help shade
Pastel Colored Card Stock
Black Card Stock (for eye balls)
White Gel Pen (for eyes)
**All of these items were found at Hobby Lobby
Here is a template to use if you don't have a cutting machine.