Thursday, June 3, 2010

Teacher gifts...

So I found a cute idea that I added to for Teacher gifts this year...

Popcorn bucket was found by the microwave pop corn at Walmart. I bought 2 boxes of theater candy and threw in some small bags of Twizzlers. I added a "Things To Do" checklist, and a little money for pizza and a movie. It all goes along nicely with the A&W with the note.

Dry Erase Things To Do list
I bought one of those 5x7 frameless picture holders with the little stand in back. Cut out some cute scrapbook paper to be 5x7. Made a "Things To Do" checklist and printed it on cardstock and attached to the scrapbook paper. Slip the checklist into the picture holder. Using glue dots I attached some ribbon and a flower w/rhinestone center.

Little Caesars man I printed from online cut a slit in his mouth, glued to a piece of cardstock leaving a pocket for the money to slip into and cut out around him.

I LOVE my cricut and SCAL software...the sky is the limit with them. I re-created the redbox logo and cut it out of white vinyl. I attached it to a 2.5"x3.5" piece of red cardstock. I cut a little curve into the red cardstock, glued around the edges and added it to some white cardstock with a curved out end and made sure to leave a pocket for the $1.

9 other opinions:

Chanelle said...

Those look amazing! What a great idea!

Bob and Carol Norman said...

Wow!!! A post after seven months.

Daryl said...

I love that idea. I wish you had posted it about a week ago:( I totally spaced teacher gifts this year
Mari

Jeremy & Andrea said...

awesome idea! i could see this working as a wedding present too! you are amazing!

Molly said...

Very cute! Sure makes my thank you card with candy look pathetic.

Camey said...

I would have LOVED this gift! You are so creative!

Melanie said...

So creative!! Will have to remember these, thanks for posting:)

Yancey Family said...

I'll pay you and even drive out to Tooele to get some cute teacher gifts next year. Those are so cute!

Elisa said...

Love the idea. You are so creative!