We've come to the final day of our Teacher Appreciation week.
But we do have a couple more projects to share with you today to wrap it all up.
You won't be disappointed as the Design Team gals have all done such a fabulous job. I know that I would love to have been a teacher & received these gifts - they're all beautiful and so thoughtful!
At my son's school, Teacher Appreciation Week really is celebrated the whole week, so it's fun coming up with little things each and every day. This was the favorite, and was also the easiest to make! I started with a rectangle of the orange chevron paper and printed "my teacher is" then matted with a rectangle of brown cardstock. Next I added sticker letters and used capitol letters so the A & W would stand out. To finish, I tied the tag on the 6-pack of rootbeer with matching ribbon.
Supplies: Imaginisce (Makin' Waves paper); May Arts (Ribbon); American Crafts (alpha letters); Bazzill (cardstock)
Give your child's teacher a gift card and candy bar in matching patterns as a set. An easy way to make a gift card holder? Open up and trace an existing card holder from a retailer and cut out by hand with scissors or your paper trimmer. I used the template from an Ann Taylor Loft gift card since it had multiple folds for extra creativity.
Supplies: Imaginisce (Hello Cupcake: papers, stickers, die-cuts); alpha stickers, gift card, candy bar
Thanks for joining us these past few days!!
Have you had a chance to take some of these ideas and create your own teacher gifts?
If so, please share your ideas and projects (using Imaginisce product) on our Facebook page. We'd love to see them!
(if you share ... you may just be the lucky i-spy feature tomorrow!!)