I would love the poem too. That is oatmeal isn't it? I used this same little diecut and used him as the engineer for a die cut of a train then wired a bead for his nose and star hudcaps on the train. Then I diecut Christmas tress lightbulbs in multi-colors and spelled out Christmas one letter per bulb.( small sign on engine said Merry). Hung the letters on a Christmas ribbon from the botton of the engine. I used these for Christmas cards for the people that worked in my husbands office. Lots of work, but I really loved the revues I got.I've got one of the machines that can use any of the dies from any of the different companies. LOVE THAT MACHINE!!
Registered: January 24, 2005 Location: Penticton, British Columbia, Canada Posts: 707
Sat, Nov 18, 2006 @ 7:31 AM
These are really cute, you did a great job - TFS!
Luv too stamp....but need to do more of it
Registered: May 28, 2004 Location: Posts: 171
Sat, Nov 18, 2006 @ 7:46 AM
Here are both the poems.
Legend has it from the pole;
there’s luck for every soul.
Who takes the time to feed the deer;
when Christmas rolls around each year.
Dasher and Dancer, Comet and Vixen;
All adore this reindeer fixin.
So sprinkle outside on Christmas Eve;
and oh, the blessings you’ll receive!!
Magic Reindeer Dust
On Christmas Eve when the moon is out,
Clap three times and stomp about.
Sprinkle the reindeer dust on the ground,
Shout Santa two times and turn around.
The sparkle of glitter and the smell of the
oats will guide Santa’s sleigh straight
to your house
The contents are oatmeal and edible cake decorating glitter. I not want to put in glitter incase a child would eat it.
I always sell alot of these at craft shows.