Friday, May 13, 2011

Best Teacher Badge

Hey everyone!
Today I have my last project to share with you for May Arts Week!


School is almost out and I wanted to make something special for my Kindergartener's teacher to wear on the last week of school! It thought that the Lemon Flower Stack would be the perfect "happy, spring" stack for this project :) It's available right now at Jo--Ann's Stores and online!


I created a special badge that says "Best Teacher Ever" for Mrs. M to wear. It shows just how we feel about her!! The top was cut out with a Tim Holtz Sizzix Die....layered patterned paper and chipboard to make it a little sturdy.


Then I layered May Arts ribbon that matched the stack to jazz it up a little bit. This ribbon is sooo pretty!!


 I hope she likes it! Troy is so excited to give it to her :)

Do you want to win a Lemon Flower Stack??! Leave me a comment telling me about your favorite teacher and I will enter you into a drawing!!

THANK YOU May Arts for being so great to work with! We love your company!! 

125 comments:

  1. My favorite teacher was Lynn Zemanek. She taught Home Ec (as it was called back in my day) and was the FHA (now FCCLA) advisor. You could take to her about anything and everything. She helped me out with so much in High School. The best thing is, she is still teaching at the same school that my kids now attend and they both have her for classes. Thanks for the chance to win this stack. Our Joann stores have not had it in stock and I really want to get one.

    bhoward at kci dot net

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  2. My favorite teacher wad my 9th grade enlish teacher, Stacey. I've never had a teacher who was strict, yet fun and great at what she did. I remember being in her class and actually wanting to do the work. She made school fun with creative projects, which made the students want to learn. I remember reading Catcher in the Rye and making a movie about it to show we had read the book! Stacey is awesome and til this day, most of her former students still keep in contact with her!

    PS: I love the award! Ive been in this ribbon award making spree! :)

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  3. Very cute project! I would love to win this stack! I haven't seen it for sale around here yet. :)
    sweetheartcopper at msn dot com
    sospoileditscute.blogspot.com

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  4. My fifth grade teacher, Ms Williams, was my favorite teacher. She encouraged me to be creative and use my talents as an artist. She's the one who made the difference for me. I appreciate her so much.

    I'd love this stack. Thanks.

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  5. Yummy papers and love your project his teacher will feel so special getting this.

    My favorite teacher was my 8th grade teacher Sister Lucetta, she always encouraged me that better days were coming, when I was having a hard time, she was right too.

    Blessings, Lori m

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  6. My favorite teacher was Mr. Morton from 6th-8th grade. He was my music teacher. He taught me that nothing is impossible as long as practice and believe in yourself. He encouraged his classes to reach for the stars and never to just settle. I remember wanted so bad to join Jazz Band but never dreamed I would have a chance.Weeks before trying out, he stayed after school helping me practice. And I got in the band! Thanks Mr. Morton!
    BTW I LOVE LOVE LOVEEEE This stack of paper!! So cute! Reminds me of a summer tea party!

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  7. Love the badge. My favorite teacher was Mrs. Schneider. She was my 5th grade teacher and was the most kindest teacher I ever had. Thanks for the chance to win this stack!

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  8. My favorite teacher was my 12th grade English teacher. She pushed us so hard and really prepped us for what to expect in college. I may of hated it at the time but hindsight makes it clear she really cared about our futures.
    Justina1218 at aim dot com

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  9. Love the stack and the project is fabulous!

    Ms. Flowers, my 6th grade reading teacher, not only did she make school fun, but she showed me the value of the written word and how reading can take you places you may never get to see, teach you our history so mistakes are not repeated but also let you explore the unknown!

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  10. I cannot remember but I will tell you about my youngest daughter and what teacher of hers that has really been good!! Sr. Rocio she is a very understanding but strict teacher and my daughter has learned more in her 4th grade class than the last 2 yrs.
    Love your project and I would love to win the Lemon stack!!!
    Have a happy crafting day!!!
    Karen dkolopez@msn.com

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  11. it's been years since I was in school!!!!! But memories of my kids' teachers tell me that any teacher that encourages the kids instead of beating them down seem to help the kids more. Always find the good, it makes them strive to be better, if you concentrate on the bad, they feel they are never going to be good enough. IMHO

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  12. I must confess, yellow isn't always my favourite colour, but this stack might just win me over (especially if I win one). My relationship with teachers is new in recent days. My oldest is in grade one, and his teacher is fabulous. She expresses just the right amount of admiration for my child to make me think he's her favourite (even though I'm sure she talks that way about all her students) and the right amount of discipline to assure me that he is learning and growing. Thanks Mrs. Myles!

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  13. My favorite teacher was Mr. Lonergan. He taught biology and made me a little interested in science, even though I am a math and English person. Love DCWV...use them a lot.

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  14. My favorite teacher is Laurel Cox, 5th grade teacher who also taught high school for 13 years and middle school for 2 years. She is a lot of fun and instills her love of reading into her language arts classes. She went back to get certified for elementary teaching when she had her own little elementary guy. I volunteer at her school and see why other teachers have their children put into her classes. She loves the DCWV stacks after seeing 23 of mine. ;-D I'd love to try this lemon one. Yellow is a favorite color.

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  15. My favorite teacher is my husband:) He works so everyday teaching kids, not only math and computers but how to be respectful, loving and kind. He is the kind of teacher that I would have loved to have as a kid. Thank you for the wonderful opportunity to win this yummy paper!

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  16. My favorite was Mrs. Sadderfield...she was my kindergarden teacher and my fourth grade teacher. She was sooooo strict but also left us have fun and we learned soooo much from her. That was over 25 years ago and I'll never forget her.

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  17. I love this stack and your pin is so cute, hopefully I will win!

    my favorite teacher has to be my 2nd grade teacher, Mrs. Moore, she was the best, so loving and kind. I still see her every now and then :)

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  18. My first Algebra teacher Mr. Jorgensen. He made me love math and helped build my self confidence by letting everyone know I usually had a perfect test score. He was also my first teacher crush!

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  19. Adorable project. I bet she wears it with pride!
    I had so many wonderful teachers that it is hard to pick just one! I guess I would have to say that my favorite would be one of my high school teacher, Mr. Anthony Pridgeon. Not only was he a wonderful teacher, but he was a wonderful person. I'm not sure he knew it, but he helped me through some very tough times during my high school years. I kept in touch with him for a while after I graduated, but it's been a long time since I had any contact with him. It would be great to see him again. I'm sure he was the favorite of many!
    Thanks for the memories!

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  20. My favorite teacher was my fourth grade teacher Mrs. Uptgrow. She was the sweetest. I still remember her and it has been years since I have seen her.
    Too many to mention.
    By the way Blogger was having problems yesterday and your post for the giveaway for those not being able to attend the DCWV sale does not appear on your blog. Can you post it again since I did not have a chance to comment.
    Thanks for a chance to win.

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  21. I love your badge. It's so thoughtful. I think I'm going to scraplift if that's ok. LOL!!!

    My favorite teacher was my 2nd grade teacher Mrs. Daniels. She was so kind and soft-spoken. I had been sick and had just returned to school the day entries had to be turned in for an art contest in our city. She rushed me over to complete my project. I couldn't believe it when she told me that I won for the entire city. Go figure! She commemorated my win but buying me an egg (long story) and celebrating me at a time when I was just plain awkward.

    Several years later, her sons and my sister and I wound up bowling together. She even came to my wedding. THEN the real kicker is that I moved to another city and wound up teaching a close cousin who put us back in touch with one another. She was so happy to talk to me and said that she could see me teaching.

    Thanks for the chance to win.

    Christel (Scrappin' Sista)
    http://onescrappinsista.blogspot.com
    askscrappinsista (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  22. My fave teacher was my art teacher, Miss Cylic. Very encouraging women. I would LOVE to win this stack. I hear so many good things about it.
    mexicopetshop@hotmail.com

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  23. My first grade teacher, Mrs. Wright was my all time favorite. She was so very nice to me.

    Thanks for the chance to win an great pad.

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  24. I saw this pack the other day and it is awesome!

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  25. One of my favorites was Mrs. Taylor in the 6th grade. She was almost blind so we used to fight over who got to walk her around on the playground and who helped her with her large magnifying glass.

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  26. One of my favorite teachers was Mrs. Yates. She was so kind, and I was (still am) very shy. She helped kids see the best in themselves! thanks also for a chance to win!
    kmassmanATgmailDOTcom

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  27. My favorite teacher is Mrs. Walztoni from high school. She taught Trig and made me realize it was okay to be just me.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  28. My favorite teacher was my 8th grade science teacher, Mr. Selman. He was the nicest man and we somehow managed to convince the rest of the class that he was my uncle - lol! I also had a crush on his son, but that had nothing to do with why he was my favorite teacher - ha ha!

    Love the "badge"! I'm sure his teacher will too! I taught preschool at our church for 5 years and I loved the teacher gifts I got from the students/parents! :o]

    Doris

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  29. I had several really good teachers-way to many to name them all. This project looks like it would be a lot of fun to make with the kids to.

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  30. my favorite teacher was actually a professor from college...It was a writing intensive class so there was a lot of work involved but he had a way of making it fun :)

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  31. One of my favorite teachers was the teacher of my Speech class.
    I just bought this stack yesterdy, I had eyed it a few weeks ago.

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  32. How cute! This is adorable...I'm a preschool teacher and I would love one of these! I would also like to win the lemon flower stack. Thanks for the chance :)

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  33. Thanks for sharing your beautiful blog and the creativity you have been blessed with! I don't know if I ever had one particular teacher I favored in any way. There are several who have more of a memory in my mind than others whether it be a positive or negative...I have to say they were all an influence in making me who I am today and what I have become! :)

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  34. My favorite teacher was my third grade teacher, Mr. Petrosky. We moved here in the summer and started a new school that fall and Mr. Petrosky made school fun and I didn't even feel like the new kid on the block. He was a wonderful teacher! I absolutely LOVE this stack! I hate that my JoAnns always sells out before I get a chance to get in there :(

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  35. Great project! I'll keep this in mind for next year. My fav teacher was my 10th grade English teacher. He taught American Lit. and was rumored to be nasty. Turned out he had a great, wicked sense of humor and was a great teacher.

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  36. My favorite teacher was Mrs Lofgren. She was my 6th grade teacher and really instilled a love of reading in me. Love the stack- who am I kidding, I love all of the stacks!

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  37. My favorite teacher was my High School art teacher Mr Downy. We still keep in touch on Facebook!

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  38. My favorite teacher's name was Rosalie Jordan. She was my English teacher all through high school. Mrs. J embraced my zany side and encouraged it through my writing. She was also our class sponsor and she was very active in 'culturizing' our school. When I was in the 9th grade, she showed the Ryan White Story movie because there was a kid who was HIV+ in our school and he was being bullied by it. But Mrs. J didn't stop there. She also wrote a letter to the AIDS Quilt in Washington, DC and arranged to have a panel displayed at our tiny little school in Missouri. When I was being bullied in school (for my weight, my being in special ed, you name it!) she refused to stand for it. She called all of my bullies into her room and laid into them for a good forty-five minutes and then made each of them write apology letters to me. She really taught me so much more than she realizes. Not only did she teach me English and about literature and how to conjugate verbs, she also taught me to love and accept myself and to never let anybody put me down, regardless of what was going on.

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  39. Super cute!!! My Favorite teacher was Mr Mclurg in 4th grade. He gave me the nickname MO. He always had a way of making learning FUN!!!
    Thanks For the chance to win
    reissfam10 at aol dot com

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  40. Great colors--I am sure the teacher will love it! My favorite teacher was a college professor who pushed me to be the best I could be.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  41. My favorite teacher was Miss Carol, my dance instructor for so many years. She made class so enjoyable yet we learned so much. To be able to do both of those things, you know she was a great teacher.

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  42. My favorite teacher was Mrs. Blanford in 3rd grade. I love to read and she encouraged the passion. We did a bookworm around the whole school--each time you finished a book, she questioned you about it and you got to add a circle to the worm! It was soooo fun to do!

    Amanda (als1048@gmail.com)

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  43. My favorite teacher was my H.S. french teacher. She took us on a 3 week trip to France! It was awesome! Thanks for the chance to win!
    ra6352 (at) gmail (Dot) com

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  44. My favorite teacher was my 5th grade teacher Ms. Jergens. She would bake us banana nut bread and brownies every month. If we read the whole Little House on the Prairie book set then she would take students out to Friendly's one night.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  45. My favorite teacher was my first grade teacher. She was a tall skinny woman who taught my father and his brothers and sisters. She was something else. Back then when they were able to spank you she used a switch and if you did not pay attention she threw erasers at the boys not hard. She was so great. That was in 1954. Now days they would get her for child abuse. Thank You Mrs. Cawood.....
    Blog:http://lovethatexpressions.blogspot.com/

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  46. Sweet! I love this paper pad. Great job I know the teacher will LOVE it. My favorite teacher was Mr Jones, I didn't have many male teacher's in elemetary school but the ones that I did have were exceptional and were such great encouragers. Thanks for a chance to win this pad. Hugs- Glora

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  47. I had very few teachers I didn't like! But if I had to choose, I'd have to pick my high school Junior year Am Lit teacher, Mitzi Quinn. The acting bug hit me at a very early age and I knew the morning I walked into her class for the very first time that I would be right at home. They say, "All the world's a stage," well, her room actually had a small "stage" in it!! She brought such life to her classroom -- literally. She didn't just tell us about the books we were reading, you know where most of the kids would already have been uninterested before they entered the class. She took it so much further and acted out the stories, transporting us to a riverboat on the Mississippi with Huck and Jim or on a platform standing next to Hester Prynne. She came out of her closet one morning ready to perform "The Minister's Black Veil" -- black from head to toe, veil and all! She let us get in on the action every once in a while, which I always loved! I remember we were doing "Our Town" and she called me out to "get up there and show the rest of them how it's (acting) done." I will be forever grateful to her for giving me the opportunity to not only study literature but to live it. She's still teaching and I made her promise to keep at it until my daughter gets to her!

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  48. I hadn't seen that paper stack up close!! Love it and would love to win it. I have nothing but DCWV paper, except what I get for gifts. My favorite teacher was Mr. Swanson, as he taught me more about music in High School more than I'd gotten all my years before. So patient and kind he was and took the time to really help you, plus he made it fun as well.

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  49. So cute! Your son's teacher is going to love this! Lemon Flower Stack has been on my wish list since it came out.. Just trying to stay on a budget lately so winning a stack would be awesome!

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  50. I love that stack! My favorite teacher was my ninth grade math teacher. He was very motivating, fun, and funny.

    amanbains1 at gmail dot com

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  51. My favorite teacher was my third grade teacher, Mrs. Warren. She made learning so much fun. Anything new that we had to learn, she found a way to make a game of it - vocabulary words, multiplication tables, geography...you name it and she'd make it fun. Nothing like good teachers!

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  52. Cute project! My favorite teacher was my 5th grade teacher, Mr. Heeter. He would show film strips all day sometimes!

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  53. My favorite teacher is my mother. She teaches at the middle school and is so awesome at it. She did not just teach me in a school setting but did am awesome job teaching me to be a responsible adult. She is so awesome...

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  54. Ooh, the Lemon Flower stack is awesome!

    My favorite teacher was my second grade teacher, Mr. Salonen. My sister and brothers all had him as a teacher as well, and we have such fond memories of him. I often think about him as I teach my own students now!

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  55. Love this stack... thanks for a chance to win!
    My favorite teacher that comes to mind is Mrs. Moe. She was my daughter's pre-school teacher and I couldn't have found a better teacher to give my daughter a stronger foundation to start off her school years. That was a long time ago (my daughter is now 28!).
    DeniseB

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  56. My favorite teacher was my 6th grade teacher, Mr. Moskowitz. He was the first teacher who recognized that I was smart. All the other teachers just thought I was a goof off...

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  57. My favorite teacher is my son's current kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Smith! She is fantastic. I only wish he could tkae her with her through all of school!!! :)

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  58. My favorite teacher was Mr. Shelton. He made chemistry understandable for a girl who just never thought she could do it. I had taken the class two years before as a Sohomore (we moved states) and failed the class. Literally. But Mr. Shelton was such a good teacher that I got an A the second time around. The whole school year I kept saying to myself "Really? It's that easy?" That's pretty impressive.

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  59. My favorite teacher was Ms. Kessig. She made learning fun! She also saw the best in each student and did her best to bring it out, especially in the more challenging students.

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  60. My favorite teacher was my High school History teacher. He made learning so much fun and instilled confidence in his students. The most touching thing I remember is that he stood up to another teacher in my defense. I was a teen mom, and continued school during my pregnancy (thanks to caring and supportive parents), Mr. Williams came to my defense when an older teacher,very religious and set in her ways, was criticizing me. I went on to be inducted into the National Honor Society and graduated with honors. Thanks Mr. Williams for believing in me!

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  61. Mrs. De Haan. She was my teacher for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade and also my piano teacher! (I went to a very small school!) She was the best!

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  62. My favorite teacher was my second grade teacher, Mrs. Roth, in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. She would make butter and candles and all sorts of projects in class. I have a few teachers of my childrens' who I really like a lot. A few from elementary school and actually a couple from high school. Teachers who take an interest in the kids make a real difference!

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  63. My favorite teacher was my 4th grade teacher, Mrs Higgins - she always made learning fun and didn't do normal everyday stuff, she always came up with fun ways for us to learn to keep us interested!

    Thanks for the chance to win this stack - I've been dying to get my hands on it but my Michaels never has it in stock!! :(

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  64. oooh, i love yellow! I have many fave teachers over the years including you Erin! I have taken several classes from you at Archivers Scrapfest in MN. Thanks for all the funny stories you have told while teaching the classes.

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  65. My favorite teacher was Mrs. Armstrong when I was in 1st grade. She was the cute, grandmotherly kind and she loved just down the street from me. I loved her so much!

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  66. Love love love this stack! I may just have to pick up a second one :)
    My favorite teacher was Mr G. I remember all the fun projects for art and science we did, and all the field trips we went on. It's sad that these classes are disappearing from schools due to budgets.
    Thanks!

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  67. Gorgeous badge, paper looks so pretty. My favorite teacher was Mr. Parker. He was one of those rare teachers that knew it was important to make learning fun. It was always great walking into his class!

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  68. My Second grade teacher Mrs Hollinsworth...I still remember her to this day. She was awesome. As far as my kids teachers so far. My daughter's Pre-K teacher was amazing and leaves such an impact on the students we still love!!

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  69. My favorite teacher is actually a tie between my Kindergarten teacher who every time I ran into over the next 20 years knew exactly who I was without my having to tell her I was one of her students (how awesome is that) and my high school french teacher who made us do a lot of wacky, out of the box kind of projects over those 4 years :)

    morose44 at hotmail dot com

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  70. my fav teacher was when I was in standard two a wonderful Mr Sharrock. I had alot of troublesome times that year okay those years lol and he was the only one who sat down with me and caught me up. I appreciate that extra one on one time.
    thanks for the chance

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  71. My favorite teacher was my 8th grade teacher. He always took an interest in everyone and I think everyone was his favorite student! :) I love this stack! Thanks for a chance to win one.
    :)Khrista
    khristamcbride@comcast.net

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  72. My favorite teacher was Mrs. Stout. I had her for 3rd and 4th grade. It was a VERY small elementary school and the classes were doubled up. Mrs. Stout always had the time to make sure everyone in her classes understood the day's lessons. She was basically a no-nonsense type of teacher and yet loved each and every one of her students. I don't know how she did it all. Teaching 2 grades everyday... wow! I learned more from her than any other teacher. Bless you Mrs. Stout.

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  74. my favourite teacher was my high school English teacher. he also taught us philosophy, and we always had such smart, witty and interesting conversations about language, ethics and life in general. we could also argue about things we didn't agree on, but always in good spirits!

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  75. What a great gift for your sons teacher, I'm sure she's going to love it and wear it with pride!! I would have to say my favorite teacher was Mr. Smith who taught me grade 7 and 8. He was funny, and he translated that into his teaching. That's also a pretty hard group of kids to teach, cause you know we're teenagers and we know more then everyone else, but he was a good friend to all of us, and it was a really tiny class. I was pretty darn sad to hear that he had passed away a few years ago because he was young. It was comforting to hear that all (but me, since I didn't live in the province anymore) of the kids in my class went to his funeral together to pay their respects....he was a favorite for quite a few of us!

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  76. My favorite teacher was Madame Mantei. She was my high school French Teacher. She had the ability to make learning French so much fun that we would spend our lunch hour coming up with statements just so we could earn French Flag stickers for our oral vocabulary! LOL http://visionsofpaper.blogspot.com/

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  77. Our boys are homeschooled. This was the first year they have not been to public school. Their dad has spent countless hours motivating them with their studies and taking them on field trips to museums and other home school events. He is by far their favorite teacher. We don't know what we would do without him!

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  78. I had so many great teachers...one of my all time favorites was my biology teacher, Mrs. Lomatere, in Frankfurt Germany where I went to high school when I was a military brat. She was tiny...but acted all gruff but she was really a softie and great motivator.

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  79. Fav teacher was my art teacher, Arnie. He was a small person, with great talent.
    ava

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  80. How ironic you ask this question. My daughter graduated college this past week & I was just showing her & telling her about a special high school graduation gift I still have and still use all these many, many years later. I had 2 favorite teachers in school and one of them was my 5th grade teacher, Mrs. Wolfe. She had the reputation of being the meanest teacher in the whole school and all the 4th graders quaked in fear and some probably even developed ulcers just thinking and dreading getting her the next year. Well, I was one of the "lucky" ones that got her, but there was a catch. It was going to be her last year to teach, she was retiring. I had some wonderful school years but 5th grade was one of the best. My class had the most fun and learned so much from this amazing lady. I kept in touch with her over the years and it was her graduation gift that I have kept all these years and showed my daughter.

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  81. My favorite teacher: Sister Margaret Mary or as we called her "M&M". Now we are going way back but I have never forgotten her! You wanted to learn with her :) Thanks for bringing the memory back :)

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  82. My favorite teacher was a first grade teacher Mrs. Vineyard. She was the nicest, sweetest teacher I had in grade school. I loved her so much as I was rather shy and quiet at that age. I'll never forget her! Would love to win this paper stack!!!

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  83. My favorite teacher was Mrs. Lind who was my high school English teacher. She was fun but demanded your best. She really made my love for reading grow!

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  84. My favorite teacher was my HS biology teacher, Mrs H... She gave me a chance to help my grades
    by letting me be a lab assistant. It helped me
    learn and gave me special priviledges... II can remember being called out of class to go to the
    lab and watch the chicks hatch in the incubater...I ALSO LOVED ALL MY ART TEACHERS...
    Dawn RI abosoffit@hotmail.com

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  85. What a wonderful thing to do for Mrs.M. My favorite teacher was my 4th grade teacher, Mr. Schoolly(real name) He made me look forward to going to school every day. In the middle of the school year our class got transferred to another school and he went on to another school. I went to say hi to him often,even in my adult life. He has passed on now but will forever have a place in my heart.

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  86. My favorite teacher was Mrs. Lofgren (6th) grade. She was so excited to teach and instilled a love of reading in me. Love this stack! Of course, I love all of the stacks :)

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  87. I think my favorite teacher was my English teacher. I really did enjoy English, so I guess we just clicked in high school. Also had a coach that would allow me to sit at the door with it open when my boyfriend (one of his football students) was in class right across the hallo. haha

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  88. My favorite teacher is Ms. Valentine. She taught me in first grade a very long long long time ago, but I still remember her. She was so sweet and nice to all the little children. Thanks for a chance to win. I'm a follower also. Hugs, Anne :)
    http://createacardbyanne.blogspot.com

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  89. Love this idea....would make any teacher proud to wear.....my favorite teacher was my HS business teacher....Mrs Talbot....she push us in a way that learning was about ourselves and what we made of it....she taught us how to excel in everything that you do...and we still see each other from time to time....
    I love this stack!!!....thank you for the chance to win....

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  90. My favorite teacher use to teach is arts and crafts every. Thursday. I still remember making Xmas trees from pine cones. It wad my favorite project.

    I lobe love love the Lemon flower stack. I hope I win


    Gina

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  91. My favorite teacher was Mrs. Monreaux. She was awesome! She would have parties at her house for us students. She not only was a great teacher but a great counselor for us girls going through high school.

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  92. My favorite teacher was my high school French teacher, Sister Jean Marie. She treated us all like special young woman, was always smiling and just made learning fun! She was also the director of the annual school plays, and I got to enjoy being on stage in plays because of her, too!

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  93. Love the yellow in this stack! My favorite teacher was my fifth grade teacher, Mrs. Spruance. She was so gentle and understanding and always gave encouragement and made you want to learn. Thanks for the chance to win!
    LizW in TX

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  94. Oh what a great trip down memory lane!!! My favorite teacher was my 5th grade teacher Mrs. Schindler. She was the one "NO ONE WANTED B/C she was MEAN!!!" I begged my mom to take me out of her class when I saw my name on her roster. It was the best year and she truly inspired me to achieve. I have tried over the years to get in contact with her to verbalize my appreciation but I keep coming up withe dead ends.
    Blessings,
    Valerie Martin

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  95. Surprisingly my favorite teacher of all times was my biology teacher in 10th grade. I hated biology but when I got in trouble and was faced with being kicked out of school she was the only one to stand up for me when I didn't even do anything wrong. She would not let them win and I had only been in school for 2 months and she already decided that my education was worth fighting for. If it wasn't for her I don't know what would have happened to my high school education.

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  96. My favorite teacher would be my third grade teacher. She had a way of finding something special about each student and used that special thing to help each one. Mine was being in charge of the bulletin board in the room.
    Would love that stack.
    regina95370@sbcglobal.net

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  97. I sure wish I was in Utah! I love the Lemon Flower Stack and the badge for Mrs. M is pretty darned cool! My favorite teacher was Mrs. Scales, my first grade teacher. She was a real mentor and did so much to influence the rest of my school years.

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  98. My favorite teacher has been my children's Preschool teacher, Mrs. DuPuis. We have been taking our girls to her classroom for the past 3 1/2 years. She is such a loving, caring, teacher. She treats all of her students like they are her own kids. Perfect blend of discipline and love. I don't know who will miss her more after this year, the kids or my husband and I. Would love to make her a beautiful gift with this gorgeous stack!!!

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  99. my favorite teacher was ms lazarus - a patient, intelligent woman who taught me lessons that have lasted a lifetime.

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  100. My favorite teacher was my least liked teacher at the time I had her. She was my 4th grade English teacher, I really didn't like her because she was a tough teacher. Afterwards, after I moved on, I realized what a great teacher she was because I still remembered all those English rules (or at least most of them ) now.
    mbchoj at aol dot com

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  101. Well my favorite teacher was in College, Mr. Donahoe. He was my U.S History and Political Science teacher. He was so laid back and relaxed the he sat on his desk at the front of the class indian style and just talked about history and the stuff that happened way back when. He was amazing in that it did not feel like school. He made me remember things because he told the story like he was there and I tend to remember things that way.
    thanks for the chance to win! I love that stack!!
    I have some projects using the Summer Dreams stack if you want to take a look!!
    Denise in WA
    www.rndhud6.blogspot.com

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  102. My favorite teacher was my art teacher back in High School!!

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  103. Both of my Kindergarten teachers. Mrs. Nolan was extremely tall and blond, so beautiful she reminded me of a Barbie doll. Mrs. Akeebee, was very nice, so sweet and always smiling, she also was teacher to 5 of my nephews and nieces after me, last I heard she retired and her son continued teaching in the same school.

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  104. My favorite teacher was my 5th grade teacher name Mrs. Landers, she had a "smile" for us EVERYDAY....no matter how bad your day was!

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  105. My favorite teacher was my college art history professor. He seriously was the smartest person I've ever met. And if he didn't know the answer... He would actually go do research, then tell us the answer the next day. He was amazing!

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  106. My favorite teacher was my Spanish teacher I had my freshman and sophmore year of high school. I was having some major parental issues and she would let me hang out after school and listen to my problems. She was awesome.

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  107. my favorite teacher was from second grade. Mr. Scott Pitts. He was a male teacher who was very fun and smart. He kept the class interested by doing cartwheels in front of the chalk board, singing and dancing and always treating his students as individuals and making them feel special and unique

    Robin
    angel.heavensent777@gmail.com

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  108. I have been influenced by many teachers, but Miss O'Connor remains a stand out in my mind! She was my 3rd grade teacher. What lovely memories I have from this year in my life. She was a great teacher!

    Diane
    KDGDI @ AOL dot com

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  109. My favorite teacher was my 6th grade teacher, Mr Fairbourn. My family had moved from NY to Sandy, Utah for 3 years and 6th grade was the last year that we were there. He was the greatest! We moved back to NY half way thru the year and I stayed in contact with him and his wife thru out the years. When graduation was approaching, my parents had asked what I wanted as a gift and I said I wanted to go back to Utah for a trip. Myself and my boyfriend (now husband) came with me for a two week visit and we stayed with the Fairbourns. We had THE BEST time and it was so nice to see my teacher again. This is also where his wife introduced me to the world of scrapbooking! If I hadn't of gone back to visit, I'm not sure that I ever would have gotten into it!

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  110. My favorite teacher was my 2nd grade english teacher, Mrs. Sydler. It was not her class that inspired me, it was her ability to do things that no ordinary woman would do. Each summer she would travel to a foreign country, she learned to fly a plane and so much more. Boy, now I feel old.LOL. Thanks for a walk down memory lane~
    Thank you for a chance to win this stack!

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  111. Thanks so much for the giveaway--My favorite teacher was my music teacher--I took private lessons from him for almost 9 years. He is in his 80's now but still as active as ever.

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  112. My favorite teacher taught typing and bookkeeping. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  113. My favorite teacher was my 7th grade English teacher, Mrs Smith. She used to lend me her books, and then started me on college level reading material. She even signed me up as a fan for Danielle Steele! I learned a lot from her, and I believe that I was better prepared for college due to my reading abilities and the sheer volume of reading that I did.

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  114. My favorite teacher was Miss White in 2nd Grade. She was the sweetest teacher. I was a little very shy child. She helped me see that I could do well in school.

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  115. My favorite teacher was Mr. Shockley, 3rd grade. He was also my neighbor, which I thought was pretty neat. Being extremely shy and tiny was tough. Mr. Shockley made me realize that I could be a "giant" just by holding my head high and being proud of myself! He's a great man, still.

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  116. I have had so many wonderful teachers over the years and honestly can't choose a favorite. Love this pin, I may have to make one like it for my son's preschool teacher.

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  117. Erin, the teacher's gift that you created is so very beautiful! I love everything about it....it is so thoughtful, too!

    One of my most favorite teachers was my 3rd grade teacher. She was so caring to all of her students and loved to read to us every day! What a treasure that is for any student!

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  118. my favorite teacher is mrs. fujiwara, my 4th & 5th grade teacher. she taught me so much in the classroom and about being a good person. we keep in touch to this day....30+ years later!

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  119. My Favorite teacher was actually a Coach. My basketball coach she taught us many things besides the fundamentals of basketball. Thanks for the awesome giveaway. This is my first time seeing it. I love it.

    scrapbooking.mommieof2@gmail.com

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  120. My favorite teacher was Mrs. Williams in High School! She taught Typing, Computing, shorthand and Business Law. Thought I would became this type of teacher but my life went elsewhere and now I use all those skills in my own business. She is now retired and teaching GED classes with no pay, she is still an awesome lady.

    Thanks for the great giveaway!

    circlebenterprises.blogspot.com

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  121. My favorite teacher is Marti Willis since she is teaching me all about how to use color pencils. I don't remember any of my school teachers.

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  122. My favorite teacher: Mrs. Campbell, 3rd grade. So loving & encouraged me to read, read, read.

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  123. Fabulous badge!! My favorite teacher is my 11 grade teacher..he was strict and pushy bur made me achieve my goals.

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