Friday, October 25, 2013

Finally - Mrs. Potato Head for Singing Time



I asked back in August if it would be helpful to post my Mrs. Potato Head parts.

I'm sorry this took me so long but first I wanted to see if there was enough interest to take the time to scan them. Then, I had to make the choice between finding time to cook and pull weeds ... or scan parts, ha ha.

I only scanned about 2/3 of the pieces that I have drawn but it is enough to keep you busy for a full singing time, I promise.

I used Velcro stickers, which you can find in the "velcro" section, usually in crafts or office supplies, in office supply stores, sewing stores, and even super centers. Make sure to be consistent with which texture you put on the "potato" vs. on all the other parts, e.g., if you use the fuzzy side on the potato, use the sharper side on all the "pieces."

To print, right-click on the image. A menu will appear. Click "print" from the menu option:



... or, just send me your email and I'll shoot these images straight over to you! (I will send this directly to everyone that sent me their email addresses back in August.)

I recommend you laminate everything you cut it out. I laminated because I colored all of this stuff in with a marker so I didn't want to lose all that effort, but it really does make it last longer against energetic children :)

I did not write my info on any of these images so PLEASE do not post these images elsewhere. Direct them back to my blog if they want a copy. Thanks.










20 comments:

  1. I would love to have this emailed to me! jesicajm@msn.com Thank you, Thank you for sharing your talents!!!

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  2. Just sent - let me know if you don't see them in your inbox :)

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  3. I would love this emailed to me too please! torri.phillips@gmail.com

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  4. Can you email these to me to, please?! So cute. I like the idea of hiding them under the chairs and using a spinner. jaredandrebeccabowman@gmail.com

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  5. I would love if you could email me your cute potato head stuff. They are awesome!! My email is krissythepooh@msn.com Thanks for all you do!!!

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  6. Could you please email these to me as well? They are just what I am looking for. kirstenr33@gmail.com. Thank you so, so much!

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  7. Let me know if you didn't receive the images in your inbox. Thanks!

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  8. Would you mind sending me the images? Cambellsoup@gmail.com

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  9. I would Love a copy of your images! This is my 1st year as choirister and am trying hard to make it as fun as I can for the kiddos to learn. Thank you for sharing your talents! My email is ramdam@q.com

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  10. I would Love a copy of your images! This is my 1st year as choirister and am trying hard to make it as fun as I can for the kiddos to learn. Thank you for sharing your talents! My email is ramdam@q.com

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  11. I would Love a copy of your images! This is my 1st year as chorister and am trying hard to make it as fun as I can for the kiddos to learn. Thank you for sharing your talents! My email is ramdam@q.com

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  12. I would Love a copy of your images! This is my 1st year as chorister and am trying hard to make it as fun as I can for the kiddos to learn. Thank you for sharing your talents! My email is ramdam@q.com

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  13. Darling idea! And I would love the images too, please. Thanks for sharing all your hard work! kristen.babbitt at gmail dot com.

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  14. Thank you for taking the time to do this! I would love a copy, when you have a moment. 😊 Here is my email address: vlhuffaker@gmail.com

    Thanks!

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  15. I know this post was from a while ago but I would love the pieces to Mrs Pitato Head!! natmaughan@comcast.net

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    1. No problem! I just sent them to you!

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    2. This ia a very cute idea. I printed off the pages that you have above but couldn't find any nose pieces. Could you send me the page with the noses. Thanks
      williamsrobyn0@gmail.com

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    3. Awwh, You are the first person to point out that I did not have nose pieces in there! Unfortunately I made these five years ago and it will take some digging to find my set. I'll look around but it may be a while. I recommend you make some simple noses, e.g., an elongated upside down heart, an oval, etc.

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  16. I would love your pieces to Mrs. Potatohead when you have a moment. Thank you so much for sharing your talents with the less artisic ones! 😁
    1mickeyfreak@comcast.net

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