Crafty Meggy

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Whatever Wednesday ~ Teacher Appreciation

on May 30, 2012

The week of May 14th was Teacher Appreciation week for my kids. I agonized over this for weeks before finally making a decision that week on what to do:

I got the idea from one of my favorite crafty blogs, Tatertots & Jello. She had the printable already designed all I had to do was print it out:) Easy peasy!

I bought some $10 gift cards to Jamba Juice and added some M&M’s to the bag for a little something extra. The cups I bought at Walmart for $2. I was hoping to buy ones with a lid and a straw, but those ones were $4 each! Yikes! I’m not that rich! I probably spent way too much money on this as it was! Next year, I’m going to do something more simple, definitely!! But I really liked this idea and the teachers appreciated it! Jonas has one teacher and an aid so I bought two for him to give out and Brynnan has a teacher and 2 aids so that totals 5!! Next year I hope it will only be 2 teachers and 1 aid total!:)

They had their last week of school and I made their teachers a scrapbook for the year. For Brynnan’s teachers I made a book of the different celebrations throughout the year:

I bought the albums on Pick Your Plum for a really good deal!! Only $5 each!! and they came with 20 pages. I LOVE Pick Your Plum! They do a daily deal and it’s usually really cheap! the only thing that gets ya is the shipping, but I bought 4 of these albums and the shipping was only $3.95 so still a great deal!!

Here are some of the pages from Brynnan’s album. I didn’t make the pages, I got them for free when I was into digital scrapbooking a couple years ago. I think this is the only page that I made myself, the rest were someone else.

Graduation

Field Day was the last week of school.

Celebrating a girls birthday.

I forgot to take pictures of Jonas’ books before giving them to his teachers. I was in a hurry…

This kid is so hilarious!! Jonas’ teacher said this was the perfect page to remember him by!:)

They all wanted to do a funny face as well as a smiley one. It was funny and cute!:)

And here’s their funny class picture. I really LOVE Mrs. Bair! She’s an awesome teacher! She was so supportive of Jonas and everything that he needed. It was a wonderful year!! Brynnan has her next year and I’m glad.

This was a fun class and Jonas really loved being a part of it. When I asked him who his favorite friend from the class was he said, “All of them!” They were all really sweet and friendly with Jonas and they all loved him! It’s good to know that kids love him. I worry about that guy!!

You know what I realized as I was picking out pictures to post on here? I didn’t do a page of Jonas!!! My own kid, and I didn’t do a page for him!! I guess he got the first day of school page, but I had taken a cute silly picture of him and a cute smiley one too. Oh, well! lol

The scrapbooks were a lot of fun to make! I’m hoping to do the same thing for their teachers next year, but I want to make some new pages so I need to get started on that now since I’m such a procrastinator!!

Well, Thanks for stopping by today!! What did you make or do for Teacher appreciation and end of the year gifts? I hope you had fun coming up with your ideas!!

Linking up here: Tales of a Trophy Wife, Not just a house Wife, A Bowl Full of Lemons, Ask Anna, Polly Want a Crafter, Skip to My Lou, Destination: Craft, Fine Craft Guild

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13 responses to “Whatever Wednesday ~ Teacher Appreciation

  1. Kar says:

    Sooooooooooo cute, Megs!!! Um, I didn’t do ANYTHING!! Hahaha! I’m a jerk. But Dylan’s teacher doesn’t deserve anything, in my opinion. Except for a slap across the face. 🙂

  2. Elizabeth G says:

    cute scrapbooks!!! man, I wouldve just done the books and nothing else. i ended up just making sugar cookies and having the kids decorate them. buses for the bus driver and ABC/123 and apple cookies for her teacher.

  3. Aubry says:

    This is awesome Megan. What a great present. I love the Jamba idea and the scrapbooks look great. You are such a great mom!!

  4. Tara says:

    You put me to shame in the appreciation department. I love the scrapbooks.

  5. Wow. This is beautiful.

    I would like to invite you to come link this one (and/or other creative designs, ideas patterns, projects) at our party at http://www.finecraftguild.com/party/ .

    See you there (and check out our strawberry crafts week projects while you’re at it. They are real fun and inspirational.

  6. Well … thank you for actually linking it up! It is every bit as cute looking at it the second time as the first time I spotted this!

  7. […] bought some layered stickers from them and some other scrapbooking supplies. Remember the scrapbooks I made for Jonas and Brynnan’s teachers at the end of the school year last year? Well, I […]

  8. […] bought some layered stickers from them and some other scrapbooking supplies. Remember the scrapbooks I made for Jonas and Brynnan’s teachers at the end of the school year last year? Well, I […]

  9. […] you can get these days. I see them everywhere! I actually considered using them for the boys’ teacher appreciation gifts last year, but they’re quite pricey! My boys had 4 teachers between the 2 of them and at $4 a […]

  10. Nancy says:

    How wonderful. Your kids have some lucky teachers! Thanks for bringing this to the Oldie’s party! Hope to see you back there next week.

  11. […] and I am here to show you the finished projects. I LOVE them!! They aren’t as FANCY as the scrapbooks I made last year. I did those ones on the computer so it was easier to make them look fancy. Paper […]

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