Two years ago for Valentine’s Day, I made heart shaped crayons for my class and taped them to a cute little card with washi tape. I loved that project!
This year, I made treats for my son’s class, needed something non-candy for my daughter’s preschool class (no sugar allowed at her school), and also something for my class. That means, my class got something easy. Sorry kids!
My school had professional development on Friday, so I needed my class’ treats ready for Thursday. Wednesday night, I sent my husband to the store for a bag of candy and he came back with Wonka’s Sweetart Lollipops. I printed out these cards on light pink cardstock and taped them to the lollipop. Easy peasy!
My son is in 3rd grade, so he wanted something “cool”. That means no hearts, no pink, and certainly no mushy sayings. We went to the store Thursday night and picked up a bag of Pixie Stix for a little over $2.00. Crafting in the Rain had an adorable idea of taping the Pixie Stix to the card with washi tape. So I found the most boy-ish washi tape I had and printed his cards on orange cardstock. I didn’t have a class list for his class, so we made them without names. It’s way easier to pass out without names, anyway. I love how they turned out!
I also made cute little teacher gifts. This is the one for my daughter’s teacher. I cut the vinyl on my Silhouette Portrait. I used the apple from The School Supply Addict and KG’s Always a Good Time font for the name. I bought purple mason jars at the craft store and found these cool cup lids.