Teacher Gifts Blog Hop

Welcome to the Teacher Gifts blog hop!  Be sure to see the end of the post for the list of the other participating blogs AND don’t forget to leave a comment to be eligible for the give away! :)

Kid Friendly Project!

I've been eager to use this stamp for a candle project!

Two things that are easy to run out of: time and money.  What I like about this project idea is that it takes little time and only the amount of money you want to put into it.  Another plus?  This is something quick and easy that a child can create for their teacher, without too much help from dear ole’ Mom (or Dad).  I got this candle on sale at Bath & Body Works but you can find them in your local grocery store and at WalMart.  I once gave some WalMart candles a vinyl makeover and gave them out to my guests at Thanksgiving.  See that post here.

I’ve used punches, Joy’s Life Tag You’re It Stamps, paper and Gowrite Dry Erase Sheets (which are so cool and I just used in this post).

You can punch the Gowrite Dry Erase Sheets out with a paper punch.  I decided that would be a fun way to write a name on a tag.  Just be sure you keep an Expo dry erase marker
on hand in case you or someone else wipes the name off.

Use any kind of paper to cover your candle.  Use tape to hold the paper in place.  Find out your teacher’s favorite colors or choose paper that is themed toward their favorite things.

This is a very kid friendly project.  Think how cute it would be to give a candle to the teacher that is decorated by his/her student.  Awww. :)

Check out all these great blogs for more teacher gift ideas!

Joy – YOU ARE HERE…woo hoo!

Julie

Nina

Jennie

Patty

Sarabeth

Stacey

Susie

Laura

Lori

Megan

Ashley

Amy

GIVE AWAY TIME

Leave a comment on this post to be eligible to win a $10 gift certificate to Ginger Snap Scraps.com!  I’ll post the winner here on Wednesday, April 25.

and the winner is:

ginyalynn84 says:
April 21, 2012 at 2:47 PM

Adorable candle! Would have loved to receive such a pretty gift when I was teaching. I’m so glad I stumbled onto your blog hop on facebook this morning… You creative ladies have gotten my creative wheels turning!!

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    staceyscreativecorner says

    Joy, this is so cute and what a great idea! I have never seen those Dry Erase sheets before, now I need to find them haha! I love candles and this would make a great gift and the sentiment is perfect!

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    rholzman says

    I am sick sick sick. I some how cleaned off my computer cookies and my whole list of Cricut Cartridges is gone.”””” I use it all the time. “don’t order this again–you already have it.””””. I dread having to put it all in again.

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    RachelMarie says

    Joy, I’ve been looking forward to the blog hop all week. I love personalized thoughtful gifts for teachers to show them how much we appreciate all they do. Your candle is a great idea and so cute. I’m looking forward to see other cute projects!!

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    creativediva says

    Joy, this is a great idea. Especially perfect for me to give for the teachers I work with. THanks for the chance to win. Im a new follower.

    Hugs,
    Patty
    creativediva98.blogspot.com
    creativediva98 at gmail dot com

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    ginyalynn84 says

    Adorable candle! Would have loved to receive such a pretty gift when I was teaching. I’m so glad I stumbled onto your blog hop on facebook this morning… You creative ladies have gotten my creative wheels turning!!

    ginyalynn84@yahoo.com

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    dkolopez says

    This has been a GREAT hop !!! I have gotten so much inspiration on making the Teacher Appreciation Day projects I cannot wait to get started… Love your blog!!!!!
    Karen dkolopez@msn.com

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    NikkiT says

    Great gift idea. Love the dry erase sheets. Def something I need to look into. Love the simplicity but you can personalize each one.
    Ashley

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    mysweetpaperdreams says

    Well, I have really enjoyed hopping along !!! I am so inspired by ALL of the projects! WOW-WEE!! New follower on everyone’s blogs. :)

    Thank you for hosting such an incredible hop, really happy I stumbled upon your blog:)

    Tammie :)

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    says

    Oh my gosh…. I was totally going to do this for one of my DT posts!!!! LOL! I have a SIL who is battling cancer and she loves vanilla candles. I just bought her one last week and I thought this stamp would be the perfect sentiment to add to it! . That is just too funny…. I guess great minds think a like! :)
    Great hop today!!
    Lori

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    Michele from MS says

    What a wonderful idea! There need to be more kid friendly projects because they get such joy from seeing their handy work! I know teachers, especially, would be proud to receive any gift made by the student. Love this quick and easy and inexpensive candle! Thanks for sharing

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    Michele from MS says

    Finished the hop and I am so inspired to make gifts now!! Thanks so much for putting this awesome group of ladies together!!

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    janicesjems says

    All of these ideas are fantastic! Sometimes teachers may feel a little under appreciated for all of the work they do! I absoultly appreciate them all & look forward to making them little gifts!! Thanks for all the great ideas!!!

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    scrapper69 says

    This is such a CUTE gift idea Joy! i LOVE the fact that a child can do this with little to noooo help from a grown up!
    Also the idea with the dry erase marker is wonderful! :)

    Theresa

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