It has been quite apparent in my life that I am NO gardener.
I do well with certain things year after year and that is what I stick with.
You all know about my recent Cilantro kill, which btw I replaced the pot with a succulent.( I have to erase cilantro and chalk in succ)!
Speaking of succulents, they seem to be all the rage lately.
I have seen a succulent wreath, succulent pots and just some random succulent shots in blogland.
With the school year coming to an end shortly, I was thinking on what to get as teacher gifts.
I thought I would get a little crafty along with a nice gift card and some strawberry bread mix that I bought at our local peach stand.
|Started with some simple cheapo clay pots.|
|I hand painted them with craft chalk board paint. Then I put each teachers initials on them, added the twine and a little scrap book embellishment.|
Nothing too fancy, however thrifty, yet cute. Put in a pretty bag, with a gift card and the strawberry cake mix, and there you have something personal for a special teacher.
Teachers deserve all the recognition and appreciation we can give them.
Jack has had a great year because of them.
NEWBIE party going on
WOW us Wednesday
P.S. Word Verification is still driving me nuts..
I'm just saying, and I have been very patient with all you newbie gals...but PLEASE consider taking it off.
Labels: chalk board paint projects, crafts, teachers