During the Great Decrapification of the Summer of 2011, I found these nifty little boxes. Oh yeah, I was going to make Band-Aid boxes for the girlies' teachers two years ago! Oopsie.
Sometimes I procrastinate. I might have told you that. It doesn't matter, now I have a newly organized craft space and I can make things. Yippee!
I found some super cute paper in my drawer labeled "School" so I plastered it all over the boxes.
I just used photo tape and tape runner, a lot of it, to adhere the paper. As a final step, I gave it one coat of Mod Podge to protect it from blood.
Whaaaaat? It is a Band-Aid box. Bleeding students will be opening it, otherwise why get in it, right? I have one in my own classroom, and I tell my students to help themselves, just be careful to not get blood on my cute box.
They think I'm crazy.
Did you know you can get Band-Aids at the Dollar Store? They're just a dollar.
I like these because they are pretty school looking colors. And they go well with blood.
I think I'll buy some Bactine to put in the boxes, and the girlies can give them to their teachers on the first day of school.
I need to attach a ginormous candy bar for Stinkerbell's teacher with a note that says "For the Pain and Suffering My Child Might Cause You This Year. So Sorry. Band-Aid?"