Friday, May 8, 2009

Teacher Appreciation Gifts

Today is the last day of Teacher Appreciation Week at the kids school.  They were all encouraged to write and bring a Thank You note to school today.  Of course I just couldn't stop there.  I had to make some goodies for them too.  The kids stamped their own cards for their teachers but they both had them sealed in their envelopes before I could get a picture of them. 

Kaitlyn brought her teacher a milk carton set, a set of thank you notes, hand sanitizer and a bunch of glue sticks.


The milk cartons were filled with paper clips and mini post it notes and of course one was filled with chocolate. kkta1She also brought one of the stationary folios that we made last year for her teachers, for her teacher’s aid this year.  She had me make one exactly like the ones from last year.  Here is what  it looked like, more details can be found here.


Spencer wanted something different for his teacher so I made him the drawer set from Becky’s blog.  He also gave his teacher Kleenex, hand sanitizer, glue sticks and thank you cards. 


Inside we filled it with matching paper clips, pens and post it notes.  We even found some on clearance that had her monogram on it! 


His other teacher’s aids got packs of thank you cards.

sta3 I will be back later to show you the actual thank you cards that are in the boxes for the teachers.

Have a stamperific day!  Kirsten Brown


Milk Carton supplies:

Stamps:  Cheep Talk, Best Yet

Ink:  Summer Sun, Kiwi Kiss, Pacific Point, Only orange, Chocolate Chip

Paper: Summer Sun, Kiwi Kiss, Pacific Point, Whisper White, Good Morning Sunshine DSP

Accessories:  Gold Cord, Dimensionals, Pacific Point striped grosgrain

Tools: Crafters Tool Kit,  1 1/4 in circle, 1 3/8 inch circle, and  Scallop Circle Punches, Corner Rounder Punch, Key Tab Punch, Slot Punch and small Tag punch


Card Folio Supplies: 

Stamps: Tart and Tangy

Ink: Real Red, Old Olive, Pumpkin Pie

Paper:  Summer Picnic DSP, Real Red, Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive, Bashful Blue, Whisper White

Accessories:  Wide Real Red Grosgrain, Real Red Brads

Tools: 1 1/4 circle, 1 3/8 circle and scallop circle punches


Drawers Set:

Paper: Tangerine Tango, Tempting Turquoise, Bali Breeze DSP (retired)

Accessories:  Brass Build a Brads

Tools: 1/2 inch circle punch

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Tai said...

OH MY these gifts are nice and I know they will appreciate them.


virginia said...

Wow what nice gifts I would love to get any of those!

June Annand said...

These are out-of-this-world!!! I love the way each gift turned out - the details are amazing. FANTASTIC job with all of your projects!

Shiozaki Beach girls said...

WOW< that's amazing and whole lot better than just a mug and coffee!!!

Sara Mattson-Blume said...

Can I teach your kids when they are in middle school? Those are awesome the drawers and the milk jugs so amazing!

sandi maciver said...

wow, lucky teachers to get these wonderful gifts. Your work is beautiful

KelliStamps4U said...

These are beautiful gifts!! What a wonderful treat for a special teacher!!

Holly said...

Oh my gosh! I love all of these gifts!!!!! Wow, these are some lucky teachers!!!!

Tina said...

Fantabulous! Excellent job, TFS!

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Robin McK said...

Loving these projects! Great job!!