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Plastic canvas squeeze ems

Posted by columbusgardener (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 29, 09 at 14:37

I am looking for the pattern to make these as girl scouts -

they are small and when squeezed they open up to reveal a hershey kiss candy.

anyone have the pattern or know where I could find it?

thankyou for looking

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RE: Plastic canvas squeeze ems

I googled plastic canvas hershey kiss and got this frog one. You couldjust leave off the eyes to make a plain one.

Here is a link that might be useful: Hershey kiss holder

RE: Plastic canvas squeeze ems

That is the one I remember too.

RE: Plastic canvas squeeze ems

I have made several of these for craft bazaars. Use the instructions for the Frog given then use different colors of yarn, felt, googly eyes, and pom-poms to make the Penguin, Reindeer, Polar Bear, and Brown Bear from my pic below. (I use different sized pom-poms for most details because it's easier than cutting a bunch of felt).


RE: Plastic canvas squeeze ems

thank you for the ideas -

I actually had one that looked like she had a hat on and depending on the girl there was some form of hair -

thanks again

RE: Plastic canvas squeeze ems

I purchased one that was a bunny rabbit for easter. They cut two long ears out of the plastice canvas and stiched them up with white... was really really cute! They seemd more 2 d than krafty moms...

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