We have just two weeks of school left, so I'm starting to panic thinking about all the things I have to get done before it's time to send the kiddos off for the summer. Over the weekend I tackled two things on my list with my classroom helper and teacher gifts. Both were actually relatively easy to put together too.
I found the small popcorn containers in the Target Dollar Spot, two for a dollar. I filled them with some candy and a little tag that I made last year, a tag that for some reason never made it onto the blog. I'm a little annoyed with myself, because I went looking for pictures of what I did last year, and I could not find them. Some blogger I am.
Anyway, last year I think I glued this tag onto the front of a card, but who knows? Maybe I just dreamt that. I used the Kate Hadfield Movie Night digital kit for the tag.
I put two eyelets in my tag and then tied it to a chop stick so it would stand up in the popcorn container.
I also folded the tag over and stapled it to make a little pocket for a movie gift card. I love this so much, I want to give it to myself.
That would be greedy though.
These are my classroom helper gifts. One of them is actually for a Methods Student that is in my class several days a week. I found the insulated cups at Wal Mart.
I put the tags together in Photoshop Elements using the Creative Memories Cheerful Power Palette. I love the bright colors.
I also folded this tag over and tucked a gift card inside.
Then I filled the cups with M&Ms because they're bright, and who doesn't love M&Ms?
Freaks, that's who.