At the first of the year Allyson (our daughter, who is a teacher in North Carolina) asked me to come up with something for her schools ‘Teacher Appreciation Week’. Just a small token that would be given out sometime that week in conjunction with whatever they decide to do for the faculty.
I came up with 65 of these ~
They are M&M candy wrappers
These are elementary school teachers, keeping that in mind, I kept everything in primary colors. The little book worms, made with different sized circle punches, were sponged with Old Olive Ink. I found black card stock with a premade alphabet to use as the black boards, I sanded each piece. The stack of books are from the Word Window Punch and the apple is a MS punch. The sentiment was computer generated.
The wrappers were made in a matchbook style.
- Cut card stock 3 x 9 of each color
- score at 3/4” – 5” – 5 1/4”
- Fold the bottom 3/4” upwards
- Bringing the top piece forward, fold at the other two scores – you’ll have your matchbook base.
- Insert your candy bag, with your Crop-A-Dile (or any hole punch) punch your holes at the desired places and run your ribbon through the holes from behind and tie.
MORE DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS CAN BE FOUND HERE
Here are 25 of the 65
I hope they are enjoyed by all!
Supplies needed ~ all are SU! unless otherwise noted
- Card stock – B. Black, P. Point. D. Delight. G. Green, R. Red, C. Cake and W. White
- Punches – Various Circles, Slot, Word Window, MS apple and small heart, Modern Label and a hole punch
- Misc. – White Gel Pen, Sanding blocks, dimensionals, Multipurpose glue and ribbon
I would like to take a minute and THANK all of you who visited this blog during the past few days. I only know you by a number and can only hope that most of you come back and are able to read this thank you!!!
You are sincerely appreciated!