Saturday, April 30, 2011

Pencil Flower Bouquet

For Teacher Appreciation Week, my daughter's class decided to thank you their teacher by bringing  supplies for their classroom. The class needs of simple supplies like pencils, but I couldn't just bring in a plain old box of pencils!! :) So we got creative!! We turned pencils into a Flower Bouquet!
You can download the Flowers label here.

For this another super easy project, click here.


  1. I love all of your awesome teacher gift ideas! I am your newest follower!

  2. found you from the blackberry vine, link up and wanted to visit other links and found yours just soooooooo cute! You have some great ideas here! I am a new follower. All the best! Trish

  3. CUTE!
    I am starting my own linky party this ToDaY!
    It's the first one. I would love it if you would participate! It's called $10 Tuesdays and it's for things that cost less than $10 and take 20-30 mins (ish) to complete. I love inexpensive and quick projects and I'm guessing others will too ;) Thanks so much for considering.
    Tina Watschke

  4. This is really sweet. The pic is great and caught my attention!

  5. What a sweet idea, I just love it. I found you at the CSI project. I think any teacher would just love this!


  6. I love your ideas! I am on the PTA Board in charge on Teacher Appreciation Week for the School and I make all gifts- pinterest made it easier this year and much cheaper too! Its hard to come up with 5 days of gifts for 70 staff members that can be hand made, that are cute as well as useful, and fit in our budget. I am also a stay at home mom (for the most part- I sometimes sub) and my Husband is a Soldier- I believe in doing Teacher Appreciation for my kids past and current Teachers as well as the Office Staff and all Support Staff every day- this can get very expensive. So I LOVE ideas like yours! Do you offer free downloads for your flower pencils? I didn't see them. I know as former Special Ed Teacher that the Teacher's LOVE being appreciated!


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