Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Whatever Wednesday: Teacher Gift

It's that time of year, the end of the school year and it's time to start thinking about teacher's gifts. When I saw this idea, I loved it and knew that I wanted to do it for my boys' teachers.

It was really easy to do and I think that they will like them. All I did was printed out an outline of a really big letter and then places crayons all over it. I used a steak knife to cut the crayons and used tacky glue to glue it onto black cardstock. Then I cut out some Expressions vinyl for the names. I took out the glass of the frames. They are preschool and kindergarten teachers, so I figured that they wouldn't mind :)

For the name, I used white vinyl and then overlapped with purple vinyl. I like how it turned out, it gives the frame a little dimension and color.



Paul and Celeste said...

How cool! As a teacher, I'd LOVE to get something like this. :)

laxsupermom said...

Cute project! Looks like a fun one for the kids to help out with, too. I love doing teacher gifts that the kids can participate in. Thanks for sharing.

Beansieleigh said...

Hi Kaysi! Don't know how I got here, but I love your Monogram Teachers' Gifts you made! Really cute, and I'll have to try these myself sometime! ~tina

Sassy Sites! said...

VERY cute!! :)

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Jill said...

ooooh, i really love this...what a great idea!
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