Monday, September 19, 2011

International Talk Like a Pirate Blog Hop hosted by Captain Gill

Ahoy mates! Welcome t' Gill's International Talk Like a Pirate Day Blog Hop! This be one o' me favorite holidays. I be so happy t' be a part o' this celebration. If you came upon this hop in t' middle then return t' Gill's blog t' start at t' top. If you hopped over from Haidee's blog then you be in t' starboard spot. It was by chance that me daughter's snack day landed on Talk Like a Pirate Day. She and I were both excited. I decided for me post t' share with you t' pirate themed snacks that I brought up t' t' school today. I hope you enjoy me project!

pirate boy snack
For me project I chose these wonderful pirate digital stamps by Digital Delights by Louby Loo. I used both t' colored digis and t' non-colored [map] for this project. T' colored digis made creatin' 20 sets o' snacks much easier!  

pirate girl snack
I colored t' maps with chalks and I trimmed out t' pirate lasss and lads and maps t' adhere t' t' fore o' t' lunch sack. I printed out "labels" for t' doubloons and ale. Inside t' sack little pirates will find "coins" [carrots], goldfish, and "ale" [water].





Thank you for stoppin' by! T' next stop on t' hop be Jackie!

Fun Links to help you Talk Like a Pirate too!
The beginning of International Talk Like a Pirate Day
English -to- Pirate Translator
Get your Pirate Name

17 comments:

  1. awesome job! i love all that pirate booty!!!

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  2. Hi Leslie
    A great idea to dress up the snack. Fun!

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  3. Ahoy! Cap'n Leslie!

    Wow! What a snack box thar there be! I wish me n' me scallywags had somethin' like that when we were knee high to a grass hopper!

    Bet yer wee pirate princess was delighted with her box o' yummy booty!

    Well done!

    Cap'n Lisa
    xxx

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  4. arrgggg great projects ..TFS!!!!

    cathie
    scraphappycat@gmail.com

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  5. This looks like it was a real fun project!
    Val x

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  6. ahoy matey what a wonderful pirate worthy project ye made!

    Have a scrap- happy day!
    Lisa G
    http://lisa-scrappingspot.blogspot.com/

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  7. Well Done, Cap'n Leslie. Awesome project.

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  8. YO HO HO Pirate LeslieRayhe its Capn Gill checking in! OMG your projects are amazing - what a fabby collection of pirate booty to be seen. The bottles are such a cool idea and the snack bags - i will do something like that when i have my fairy party. the digis are really neat and i love your colouring. thanks or sharing such amazing projects on this fabby hop as i knew you wouldnt let me down

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  9. Thanks for sharing your snack bags with us. I love the little pirate girl.


    http://racincrafts.blogspot.com/ or
    racincrafts at aim dot com

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  10. Arrghh Leslie! I wish I was in your daughter's class - these are so cute!

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  11. What a fabulous snack day for the kiddies! I bet they were so excited with all the pirate booty they couldn't stop talking!! I can hear the classroom now all full of 'arrghhs LOL

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  12. What a cute idea for the kids! Love the bottle labels

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  13. This is a really adorable idea!

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  14. Very Cute! What a nifty idea for a class. Thanks for sharing. Jearise in Lorby's World.

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  16. Ahoy there pirate Leslie. Ye did a beautiful job mate.

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