School Daze...with no rules!

Filled to the brim with gratitude, this teacher appreciation gift bag is quick, easy, and inexpensive to create. Made with a mix of clear stamps, K and Company Citronella polka dot paper, and dollar store finds, this bag is sure to be used and admired by a hard-working teacher. When the bag is empty, it is the perfect size for bringing you lunch or library books to school in. Make sure to read Spotted Canary for tips on stamping on canvas. The apples in yesterday's blog post were also stamped on canvas along with the red strip on the pencil box. Canvas can work well for inking and it is usually a deal in the fabric department. Have a lovely day and remember how hard our teachers work to help our children learn to read, write, and figure a check book (the only math I do).

For directions, supplies, and related article visit Spotted Canary.



TxScrapAddict said...

Love that! What an awesome teacher's gift. I really love the candy bar...a neato gift for any woman, anywhere lol!!

bekimarie said...

Such a great gift, love it!
Perhaps I need to take up teaching 'hehe'!
Beki xxx

Anonymous said...

what a cute bag - and i love the idea of embellishing gifts!

I have never stamped in canvass - what a great idea :-)

Rose XXX

Leah C said...

What a really great idea! Any teacher would love it:)

Nicki said...

What a pefect gift!! My sister is a kindergarten teacher and this will be the perfect "starting back to school gift". Thanks for a wonderful idea!!