Thursday, June 18, 2009

Walk in the park- teacher gifts

My son's teacher loved the card tin organizers with some all occasion cards included I have made for auctions and raffles at school. So, I broke open my "walk in the park" designer paper from Spring mini and quickly covered a provo craft lunch tin. It has a lot of current in-colors that retire on June 30th, so I wanted to use it up!



But I have more! I made coaster post-it note holder with matching pen using same paper. This will be for school secterary. Super easy directions:
- dsp measures 4 x 8-5/8, score at 4 on each end
- (2) pieces of 4 x 4 dsp to cover 4" coasters
-then just attach uncovered side of coasters to longer piece of dsp
- add post it note holder attached with sticky strip and ribbon to hold pen
- I just rolled a 1x 3-3/4 piecs of dsp inside RSVP Pen. Bargain Alert! These pens are on sale at Staples this week!


5 comments:

Laura Brown said...

Your gifts are great! Isn't it fun to make our gifts? What a great hobby to be in!

MacKenzie said...

Beautiful choice of colors! This gift is sure to be a huge hit!

Jennifer Orbaker said...

Super Cute!!! They will love them for sure!

Christina said...

Great gift.

kc_froglady said...

This is a great tin! So fun to make gifts for people isn't it! I really like the notepad holder and have this marked to try this afternoon when I get home! Already have some of my papers picked out too!