I know I said yesterday I might not get around to posting a whole lot in the upcoming WEEK, but here's one for ya. I'm actually working on this project right now, but I had to upload some pictures for my boss so I figured I'd take a break and share this with you.
Not too long ago, I decided to add another totally unnecessary project to the list. By now I'm sure you've all seen them...
Like I said...totally unnecessary. So it's projects like these that are stressing me out, but I take full responsibility!
Wanna see more?? Like the back maybe?
It's a really simple process, it's just extremely time consuming. Here's how I did it:
1. I printed out a bunch of circles on white cardstock.
Start by loading a colored piece of cardstock....this will act as your "template" of sorts. Use the arrows to scoot down on the paper.
Then I also used the Cricut to cut out all of my green circles at 2 1/2" I believe. Then I just attached the white cardstock to the green cardstock.
For each pick, I used two green circles and two white circles. In between I hotglued a toothpick because that will be the easiest to stick into a piece of cake.
It might be a little faster if you can find a hole punch that is the right size...but in this case you would have to buy two because of the larger background circle.
I can't wait to see these in use and see what people have to say. Just another one of those little details I love!