A box of mini $100,000 bars.
A can of mixed nuts.
A coffee gift card with loose coffee beans in a cello inside a paper mug.
Movie tickets and popcorn in a slider wrapper.
Teacher Appreciation Week is coming up around here for our school. Generally the classes ask each child to bring things in each day, well, that is a challenge in itself with junior high kids. Cooperation is very hard and kids get left out or feel bad that they forgot it at home. So instead of trying to ask each kid, we opted for a different idea for the home room teacher.
I recruited one of my best friends, who is also a lunch duty (brave, brave woman!) to get the signatures of all the home room kids onto a half sheet of white cardstock. After she did that, I ran cut to size patterned paper through my printer and copied the signature page directly onto the patterned paper. This way, the gifts are from all the kids, even though just 3 of us "got the goods" for each day.
There is still the final day's gift and the card to make that will have the signature sheet inside, but that will have to be on another day. I am exhausted after making all of these this morning as well as going on a 7 mile hike with Jay, Brett and our pooch, Riley.
New and retired stamps.
Paper is Basic Grey from last season.
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black, Memento Tuxedo Black
Ribbons, Eyelets, Nestabilities dies, Punches, Baker's Twine, Scor Pal, Scor-Tape