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    • How to use a Survival Kit: 

      1. Gather the Items listed in the kit
      2. Print out a cute listing of the contents so that the recipient knows what each item is for.
      3. Place the items in a baggie
      4. Print out the topper, fold it over the top of the baggie containing the survival kit contents and staple it shut

       Please note that Most of the survival kits listed have free printable toppers available to print here.

    • Nanny Survival Kit

      Nanny Survival Kit
      Au Paire Survival Kit

      Crayon - to remind you to color yours and the children's day bright and colorful

      Sponge: To soak up the overflow, when your brain is too full to hold anymore.

      Cup: For when yours is overflowing.

      Candle - an extra one when you are burning yours at both ends

      Rubberband - to remind you to be flexible

      Bandaid - heal hurt feelings, yours and theirs

      Eraser - to remind you everyone makes mistakes and they can be erased

      Marbles - to replace the ones you've lost

      Lifesaver Candy - You may be the one to save the bright light in a child

      Jewel - to remind you that you can be as valuable as a precious stone

      Puzzle Piece - you are an important part of these children's lives

      Paperclip - to hold it all together

      Mounds Bar - to replace the "Mounds" of love you give your children

      Shiny Penny - to remind you, that each will shine in their own special way

      Ear Plugs - when you just can't take anymore

      Starburst - to give you a "burst" of energy when you need it

      Battery - to help you keep going, and going, and going

      Mint - to remind you that you are worth a "mint" to your children's parents

      Wiggly eyes - so you will have an extra pair in the back of your head

      Almond Joy Bar - to remind you what "Joy" these children can give back to you

      Rope - for when you get to the end of yours

      Nuts - to remind you it's OK to get a little "Nutty"

      Tissues - to wipe away the tears...yours and theirs

      Hugs and Kisses - because lots should always be shared

      Match- To light your fire when feeling burnt out

      Gummi Bears- Remember to stick together

      Snickers- Have a good laugh every now and then

      Tootsie roll- Not to bite off more than you can handle

      Gum-Stick with it

      Sweet-n-Sour candy- There are always 2 sides to the story

      Kiss- You are loved

      Bubbles or Playdoh-Take time to have some fun

      Flower seeds- Take time to smell the flowers

      Bag- to keep things together
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      StephTodd

      Re: Sock Snowman

      To make it a little heavier nd positionable, I stuff mine with rice and follow all the same directions.

      StephTodd 09-10-2014 09:13 AM Go to last post
      katsummers72

      Re: Sock Snowman

      Thank you for posting the step by step pictures makes it so much easier to visualize!

      katsummers72 08-15-2014 11:43 AM Go to last post
      katsummers72

      Re: Sock Snowman

      How cute!!!! I am going to have to try this with my nieces and nephews!

      katsummers72 08-15-2014 11:43 AM Go to last post
      xstepmom

      Re: Sock Snowman

      Here's one that I saved from pinterest to give you some idea of what they look like!

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      xstepmom 08-15-2014 09:15 AM Go to last post

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