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Sep 10, 2008

Get GOOEY!





You KNOW you want to be THE COOL MOM this Halloween! This Halloween treat is SURE to earn you that title. :)

I saw Flubber for the first time on Lisa Johnson's blog and was intrigued. My kids LOVE to do science experiments, so I knew I would have to try it. After we made our first batches, I started thinking about my AMuse Boris stamp and how cute he would be with some Flubber. I set out looking for a container that I could alter in some way to make some cute Halloween treats for the kids in my girl's classes. I found some cute little jars at Walmart and designed this project around the jars. I have written a photo tutorial for you all showing you how to make it!

These are quick, easy and best of all... LOW COST! You can make 24 of these for under $20!

Let's start with the container that houses the jar of Flubber:













Now, let's make our FLUBBER!




















I hope you have fun making your own Flubber treats! Make sure to link back here with your creation so I can check it out. :)



Ink: Memento Black, Versamark

Paper: kiwi kiss, black, PTI white, SU patterned paper

Accessories: Bead jars, tiny screw brads, Martha Stewart drippy punch, word window punch, Copic markers, dimensional boosters, FLUBBER, circle punch, SCORPAL,


I am still taking orders for my STICKY SALE and RIBBON SHARE.


Have a GOOEY day!

28 comments:

  1. OMG!!! You ARE the COOLEST Mom!!!! What a fantabulous idea!!!

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  2. You are cool without the flubber but this is really cute!!!

    Jackie G.

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  3. This is fantastic! I'm thinking perhaps baby food jars would be excellent as well.

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  4. Jody, That is just too darn cute! Thanks for sharing!

    Cherie

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  5. You are awesome, this is so cool!!

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  6. jen del muro9/10/2008 8:09 PM

    You are THE cool mom!!! This is so rockin'!

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  7. I'm so going to try this! You always have the best ideas, Girlfriend!

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  8. I wish I'd known this when my kids were little! This is so much fun... I'm going to give it a try myself!

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  9. Jody, great flubber project. My kids made this many years ago on their first Disney Cruise. They had so much fun! Love the stamp image too. you are always so creative. tfs

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  10. This is SO cute! Thanks for sharing! :)

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  11. Well how cool! Wouldn't these be great for class gifts! Chloe would love that and she could help make them!
    Thanks for sharing Jody!!

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  12. How fun, this is going to be the talk of all the kids!

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  13. This is so stinkin' cute! What a fun idea for Halloween - but now I have to find the Boris stamps!

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  14. that is just way too cute, I want to make flubber now!!!! I have all the stamps!! Yippeee!!

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  15. Jody, that is too cool! Is it OK for me to make it, even with NO KIDS to make it for??? Haha... YOu will be the coolest mom on the 31st for sure!
    Diane Cooper
    diane7@rogers.com

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  16. Kids will love this wonderful Halloween gift. Great idea.
    Heather

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  17. Yep, I think you've won! Very creative!

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  18. Totally adorable, Jody!! And that flubber....eww...but I bet the kids LOVE it!

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  19. Jody can u adopt us... i want to have all the fun stuff your kiddos have..u rock

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  20. This project looks like so much fun...for the giver AND receiver!!

    Sarah G.

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  21. This is fantastic!! What a great project!!! :)

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  22. You are so right! Its perfect, cool, and say away from my front door. LOLOLOLOL

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  23. wonderful idea for a kids bday party as well! fab! absolutely fab, girl..you the winner of ideas@!
    Debi Nicol at yahoo dot com

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  24. How fun. I bet the kids all just love it! Wish mine were still little to enjoy this kind of thing again. Thanks for sharing!
    Cynde

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  25. This is the coolest way to package the flubber. I made this last year for my son to take as his birthday gift to the class (his b-day is Oct 28 so we do a Halloween theme)but it was just in little plastic zip top baggies in a 2-4-6-8 box but this is soooo much cuter. He is already asking for the same thing this year to give this year and I will definately be stealing your idea. Great Blog by the way, I just recently discovered it and I am in heaven

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  26. What a great idea, Jody! My son loves science experiments too. Thanks for all you work in putting together such a great tutorial.

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