TP Roll Party Favors Tutorial - Teacher Appreciation Day
Teacher Appreciation is just a few weeks away! Need a cute and cheap gift for all your kids' teachers? This is it! Little gift box made of a toilet tissue paper roll! You can add candy or a small gift. I was at the supermarket last night when I spotted the Hershey's Bliss Chocolate and my mind just started to work! I did the Hugs and Kisses chocolate before but this is year I wanted to do something different. I came up with this saying: "Thank you for a BLISS school year!" You can download the LABEL HERE for free or you can use any kind of tag.
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SOOOOOOOO CUTE !! Lovethose !!!!ReplyDelete
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So cute, creative and cheap!! Awesome! Thanks for the great ideas!! -JuliReplyDelete
What a cute idea. I don't have teachers to appreciate, but I do have a little group of ladies that I get-together with once a month for lunch & visiting & they all love chocolate -- who would have guessed! LOL!!! I might just make some of these before we leave town. Also adore the little eggs from your previous post. So cute!ReplyDelete
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Those are so great!!! I would never have thought to use tp rolls for these boxes. So smart!ReplyDelete
I'd love to have you share this at my For the Kids Link Party! Stop on by and join the fun!!
This is GREAT!! Using a t.p. roll for packaging like this was such a perfect idea! I love how you dressed them up too. Very cute. Some teachers are going to smiling for sure.ReplyDelete
These are really cute. What a great idea for party favors!ReplyDelete
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I've seen boxes made like this before but yours are stunning. LOVE them!ReplyDelete
Very cute! We have teacher appreciation week coming up soon, so this was perfect timing. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
These are fantastic! I've never made boxes like these but am going to start saving paper rolls for them! I think I am definitely going to have to feature these on my "highlights" from last week's link party! Thanks for your inspiration!ReplyDelete
This is GREAT!! I have tons of toilet paper rolls saved and this is a great way to recycle them!ReplyDelete
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I love this idea!ReplyDelete
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I love this! Way too cute! What program do you use to create your labels?ReplyDelete
These are really cute...i've kept a lot of those rolls for xmas crackers that i made last year, and now i'm waiting to find something else to do with them! :)ReplyDelete
I'd love for you to link this up at my linky party this weekend, if you like!
I LOVE this idea! Plan to use it soon!!!!ReplyDelete
This is such a great idea! Great re use of an item! I host a party on Thursday's called DIY Thrifty Thursday and I would love you to link up this and any other ideas you have!ReplyDelete
Love these and they could be taken so many different directions! I featured them this week.ReplyDelete
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Very cute idea!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for sharing such a fun idea. I loved it so much I had to share it on Shout Out Sunday-Teacher edition.ReplyDelete
I'll be stopping by to see more great ideas. Can't wait! Thanks!!!
They look fantastic! I love home crafted items.ReplyDelete
this idea is great! one question though, do you line the inside of the toilet roll (especially when you put just m&ms into it?)ReplyDelete
Cute! I'll use this for our SS kids craft soon!ReplyDelete
Love this idea!!! Could you tell me what size your scallop punch is that you use for the labels?ReplyDelete
Can I use an adhesive other than Mod Podge? I have practically every other known to man.ReplyDelete
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Que boa idéia! Eu já vou fazer para o Natal,obrigada por compartilhar.Lindo blog parabéns.ReplyDelete
Super cute idea!ReplyDelete
Super cute idea!!!ReplyDelete
Just for the future, should use "BLISSful" instead of "bliss" because you need an adjective not a noun :)
So so so cute!
How do you create the round labels? I would like to make a different theme.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the awesome idea!
So cute! So easy! So cheap! Now I have to start saving my toilet paper rolls...ReplyDelete
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I love these party favors you have made from toilet paper rolls. They are amazing-- all of them! Hope it's okay I've featured your project on my toilet paper roll craft round-up hub here:ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for sharing!
I thought it was going to be some boring old post, but it really compensated for my time. I will post a link to this page on my blog. I am sure my visitors will find that very useful.ReplyDelete
Its a great idea, is easy and cheap,I do try it.ReplyDelete
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I do agree with you Talha looks like you live in pakistan give me some idea i would like to Send Gift Pakistan for my internet friends.ReplyDelete
FINALLYY something to do with all these tissue paper rolls ive said with no idea why or what there purpose would be...absolutely cutealicious!! lolReplyDelete
I too would like to know how to make the round labels in different themes....in fact that why i happened on your pinterest pin...
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LOVE these and from your idea and one other blog I made some of my own.ReplyDelete
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Thanks for the tutorial, I gave you credit on my blog for the helpful idea!
LOVED IT!!!!!! Great job!!!ReplyDelete
Thanks for your instruction. I made one for my daughter. http://othiemjournal.blogspot.com/2013/01/how-to-make-paper-box.htmlReplyDelete
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