Awesome Teacher's gift: Crayon Monogram

2:11:00 AM

I am so extremely ecstatic about this little project, that I couldn't wait until the morning to post about it (even though it is currently 1:30AM and I have to be up in 5.5 hours!)  I had been searching for something small to give my kids teacher's seeing that we had transferred our children to a new school during the school year and they have helped tremendously to make my children's tranisiton go smoothly. In my search, I came accross this blog called Testosterone Times Three, and the project is Teacher's Gifts, a Crayon Monogram in a shadow box, just adorable! 





So I ventured out to the stores to gather my materials: Crayons (I bought the dollar store kind), glue(but ended up using a combo of glue and my glue gun), shadow box frames (couldn't find any so I used regular frames w/out the glass).  I am soooooo thrilled with how they came out:






I added colorful gross grain to the trim just to spice it up a bit more, and instead of printing their names on the paper, I made "tags" with their names on them in colors that coordinated with the ribbon.







I took so many pictures because I was so excited! Maybe a little TOO excited!  ***NOTE TO SELF: next time wait until glue dries before having a "Photo Shoot", my B is sliding, haha!






To round the teacher's gifts off, I placed the framed monogram in a small gift basket, with a candy dish filled with Dove chocolates, a little gourmet snack mix and a sticker decorated bottle of hand sanitizer.  The pics I took didn't do the total package any justice so I didn't post.


*This post is linked to Show and Tell Friday at My Romantic Home.
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Merry Gifting!



Carli

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8 comments

  1. I absolutley love them!!! I am so proud of you and you new found love for being thrifty and crafty!! I can't wait to get out there so you can do some decorating on my house!!! Love you!!!

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  2. Hi Carli~ thanks for your visit and sweet comment! THANKS!!!!

    You with out a doubt have the cutest teacher gift ever!!! I love it, way to go! Your kids aka elves, are darling... and you are beautiful!

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  3. I'm a teacher and would be thrilled with such a cute gift! Your extra touches made them even more good looking!

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  4. What a clever, cute idea!!!
    Susan

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  5. how adorable is this!
    i am so loving your blog!!!

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  6. I have these on my list to make! Yours turned out very cute!

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  7. STINKIN' CUTE! I am totally going to be doing this! Fabulous job!
    Thanks for linking up to Making It With Allie! I can't wait to see what you have for next week!
    AllieMakes.Blogspot.com

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