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Hello! I have read all of your comments from Wednesday's video and I am so happy that you loved these new stacks! A lot of you said that Spring Fling was your favorite release in the last year! I kinda knew that would be the case ;) Keep an eye on the shelves at Jo-Ann Stores starting March 1st. All stores roll out their stuff kinda on their own schedule but the stores should have them out within that week. And some stores set it out early! You just never know but keep checking. I am dying to start playing with them and to start seeing your creations with them!
Well around here it's Teacher Appreciation time! I love how our school goes above and beyond to make our teachers feel special. Teachers are under paid, under appreciated and vital to our society! I am so lucky my little guy has the cutest teacher. Mrs. N is close to retirement but no one wants her to leave! She has so much experience, the kids adore her and she tells the coolest stories from her childhood. Plus she has a piano in the classroom & frequently plays the accordion! I tell my son all the time he will NEVER have another teacher like her!!
What a blessing it is to have your child have a wonderful teacher! Handmade thank you gifts are the best and teachers especially appreciate them!
This is a great project for a special teacher! I love how easy this would be to really customize it to your teacher and let them know what you love about them! You can use our Chalkboard Stack and either hand cut the letters or use a cutting machine to die cut them. Attach to some ribbon and then you can decorate with chalk! If you haven't watched THIS VIDEO yet, check it out because I give you some great tips on what kinds of chalk work great on our chalkboard paper.
The banner would be darling with your child's handwriting and note to their teacher :)
Here's another great idea with the chalkboard paper, a simple thank you note! Die cut two of the same apples and use a brad to attach them together. Decorate the front with chalk and then you can slide the top apple to see the message on the inside.
If you have any ideas of Teacher Appreciate crafts, I'd love to see photos of them on our Facebook page! Also, you only have a few days left to enter in February's Stack-a-holic Template Challenge!! I've gotten some pretty awesome pages and would love to see more :)
Have a wonderful weekend!!