100th Day of School Project ~ Gumball Machine!

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Following is a guest post by Jenny & Jess at Plum Adorable… enjoy!!

I created this gumball machine last year when Ella was in Kindergarten.  Isn’t she cute?  She’s one of my two favorite girls.  She looks so little here!

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Like many of your kids, she had to count out and bring in 100 things to celebrate the 100th day of school. I thought it would be fun to have her count out 100 ‘pom poms’ and glue them down as gumballs. I have seen other people do this, but I designed on that could be printed out. She was quite pleased with her gumball machine.

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I printed mine out at home because I have a large enough printer, but I have sized the printable below as a 12×18 inch print so that you can print it where you’d like. Costco will print a 12×18 inch photo for only $2.99. Not too shabby!

I also added the line in front of the ‘100 gumballs’ for you to write your child’s name. Your kids will have a blast counting out 100 gumballs and adding them to their machine!

Click on the picture below to take you to our site Plum Adorable. Once there click on this same image to download the free 12×18 inch printable.

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Almost 100 days of school?

That means summer is right around the corner! ;)

~Jenny

Jenny and Jess are two friends that love creating crafty stuff (for both kids and adults), cooking, reading, and so much more! They were so inspired by the ideas and lives of so many of their favorite bloggers, that last Fall they decided to start their own blog www.plumadorable.com. Even though they still feel like they have no idea what they are doing (most of the time), they are excited that their followers seem to like it! They also love to create free printables and svg’s for both kids and home decor. If you want to read more about how Jenny and Jess met and all the crazy things they have in common check them out here..http://www.plumadorable.com/about/

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What have YOU done with your kids for 100th Day Projects??

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