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The Boys DIY Hockey Valentines Box Craft Project. Stanley Cup Valentine Boxes made from empty formula containers-recyclables and Tin Foil. We used hot glue to connect the small containers and modge podge to keep the foil intact. SCORE!!

The Boys DIY Hockey Valentines Box Craft Project. Stanley Cup Valentine Boxes made from empty formula containers-recyclables and Tin Foil. We used hot glue to connect the small containers and modge podge to keep the foil intact. SCORE!!

The Stanley Cup...finished.  Just wrap in tin foil and secure with metallic duct tape.  Just the right size for little ones!

The Stanley Cup...finished. Just wrap in tin foil and secure with metallic duct tape. Just the right size for little ones!

The Stanley Cup - Start with a coffee can, glue a base from a plastic flower pot, then 2 sizes of styrofoam soup bowls and top with noodle time soup bowl.

The Stanley Cup - Start with a coffee can, glue a base from a plastic flower pot, then 2 sizes of styrofoam soup bowls and top with noodle time soup bowl.

"Chicago Blackhawks Dessert Pucks"  I used Little Debbie Cakes (AKA Ding Dongs) Put in a Wilton Party Bag Attached ribbon Printed logo onto Avery Round Labels & Attached to the outside of bag  **Hint I froze the cakes first Great for Stanley Cup Party

"Chicago Blackhawks Dessert Pucks" I used Little Debbie Cakes (AKA Ding Dongs) Put in a Wilton Party Bag Attached ribbon Printed logo onto Avery Round Labels & Attached to the outside of bag **Hint I froze the cakes first Great for Stanley Cup Party

It only takes a quick trip to the store and about 15 minutes to make your very own version of the Stanley Cup to cheer on the Canucks in the finals, June 1, 2011. (Kendall Walters/special to ctvbc.ca)

It only takes a quick trip to the store and about 15 minutes to make your very own version of the Stanley Cup to cheer on the Canucks in the finals, June 1, 2011. (Kendall Walters/special to ctvbc.ca)

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