Craftmas-Teacher’s Gifts!

Hi friends! This week for CRAFT-mas I am teaming up with Kathryn from Do It On a Dime and since she is a teacher I thought it would be cool to make teachers gifts:


Notecards are something that all teachers can use and won’t collect dust. They are easy to make and don’t take many supplies.

Card Bases & Envelopes (I got a pack of 80 for $5 at Michaels or you can make your own by cutting a 8.5″x11″ cardstock in half-each cardstock)
White cardstock
Patterned Scrapbook Paper (this was also from a $5 pad of paper by American Crafts I purchased at Michaels)
Paper Punches (circle and fancy shapes-or you can trace a shape and cut with scissors)
Alphabet and frame stamps
Ink pads
paper trimmer and scissors

All the directions are in the video! Now check out the projects that Katheryn made, being a teacher herself she has some great ideas!

Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!


6 thoughts on “Craftmas-Teacher’s Gifts!

  1. Love the idea and as a retired teacher, I can honestly say this would be a great gift to receive. Wish we had a Michael’s here because Hobby Lobby is great for some things but they are lacking in much. Heck, I wish we had a Joanne’s!!!


  2. What a great idea, and timely! I needed a non-chocolate gift for Tuesday and I can do this! I told another teacher about it today, to see if it would be a reasonable gift idea, and her eyes just lit up. Double bonus: now I know what to do for this lady for Christmas! I have an additional thanks for you. I just bought the watercolor pencils you reviewed recently and love them. I had never swatched the pencils I had, so I sat down and did it. Turns out the Crayola watercolor pencils actually moved color the best! (I also have Sargent and Lyra’s, which performed very poorly on the swatch test, but are still useful for very small images such as stamped images.) Thanks again!


  3. I cover little shopping lists cut from the mini legal pads. Staples cuts them in half lengthwise. They also are something that gets used . Love the ideas in this video also.


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