It is so hard to believe that we are just a couple of weeks away from school buses, homework, new clothes and packed lunches! Goosie and Boomer are getting excited to begin 3rd grade and Kindergarten.
I thought it would be nice to start the year by letting our new teachers know just how much we appreciate them! I remember (though it has been years) the amount of time and effort that goes into preparing for a new year. Usually, it is done on their own time without pay.
Sooo!!! Here is the idea that I had pinned from here
I "tweaked" the idea by recycling JIF peanut butter jars. I cut scrapbook paper to fit around the jar. Also, I cut a circle to cover the JIF label on the top of the lid.
I printed the label "Teachers can't live on apples alone! They need HUGS, too!"
Fill the jar with Hershey's hugs!
I am waiting to find out their assigned teachers and then I will print a label for that, too.
Have a wonderful school year!!!!
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I am a stay-at-home mom of two beautiful children... yes, I am biased... I can be... they are mine! Oh, and a military wife, too, to an amazing husband! I was a teacher of the severely emotionally disturbed for nearly 10 years before I became a mother and made the decision to stay home. No longer having the classroom as a creative outlet, I turned to photography, cake decorating, and now bow creations. I was frustrated with some of the options available as far as the price of photography (my first love) and so I began taking photographs of my children and a few clients as well. You will see more than bows showcased on this blog and I hope you enjoy the creations and become inspired as well. And, yes, Goosie and Boomer are the nicknames of my two favorite creations!