Teacher Christmas gifts.

Posted by Michelle on December 21st, 2011 . Filed under: Christmas, Gift Packaging, Graphic 45, May Arts, My Mind's Eye, October Afternoon .

I really don’t like giving gift cards as gifts.  They just don’t seem that fun to open.  But in the case of teachers (and my teenage nephews), gift cards are pretty much the best if not the only option.  So when I am giving a gift card I like to give a little gift with it just so that it feels more presenty to me.  I found these Christmas-patterned scissors on clearance at Office Depot last year and bought all of them – they were like 60-cents each.  So I decided to give the school teachers a pair of those along with a gift card to Staples.  And then I wrapped them up all craftylike and off they went in to the backpacks never to look the same again – LOL!

Graphic 45 patterned paper & chipboard, diecut by My Mind’s Eye, some vintage lace I picked up at an antique shop topped with some May Arts ribbon, and finished off with some old pins from Making Memories.

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Vintage newspaper ad patterned paper by October Afternoon – not Christmas paper – diecut & chipboard by My Mind’s Eye, more of that vintage lace, some measuring tape twill ribbon from A Million Memories, and more pins from Making Memories.

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3 Responses to Teacher Christmas gifts.

  1. Dawn Easton

    I see a problem here….with such pretty wrapping I would NOT want to open the gift and wreck the packaging….lol
    LOVE this idea~

  2. Jessie McLaughlin

    Another really neat job Michelle! Your packages are so lovely!! I am sure the teachers loved them!

  3. LorraineN

    Oh these are gorgeous! I love all of the papers, die cuts, trimmings! Stunning!

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