Valentinesy paper just shorter than the actual toilet paper roll. This paper is for the Queen's cracker. It's very vintage and Victorian . . . perfect for her.
Michaels craft. I noticed the fabulous Eddie Ross used the same type of set here. What can I say? The man's got great taste.
Here's the whole stack, ready to go on red plates for tomorrow night's dinner. This whole project took me maybe one hour to complete (not counting the time it took to use up eight rolls of toilet paper, but I won't go into that). I think crackers would be cute at any holiday celebration and great for birthday parties. Kids can totally help in the making process and would especially enjoy filling the crackers with all sorts of goodies. I didn't involve mine because this is a surprise for them.
Cheery-o then, have a great Valentine's Day celebrating those you love. Dinner pictures will be posted tomorrow - on a SATURDAY - don't fall out of your chair.