Today, is about Teacher's gifts. They do so much for me and my kids, we just wanted to say "thank you". So, I made them Post-it note holders with pens. I have blogged about this project before and even have a tutorial on how to make them. You can find that here.
I made 6 altogether. Two each of the same style, but different colours. Which one is your favorite?
You can't tell in the photos, but the actual Post-it note paper is the same colour as the flowers. Example: That pink rose one has pink Post-it note paper inside and the orange has orange paper. All matchy, matchy!
I wrote a little note in each one, for each of the teachers. Saying "thank you" for all they do and have a great summer.
Here they are all wrapped up and ready to hand out. (sorry about the photo, I remembered to take a picture just before we had to leave!) I love the way they turned out. These little cellophane bags are from Sale-A-Bration way back in January 2014. Absolutely love them. We don't carry them anymore but, we do have plain cellophane bags in 3 different sizes and we also have (we = Stampin' Up!) really cute Chevron and Polka Dot paper gift bags that would work too.
Hope the teacher's like them as much as I do!
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