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  • Celeste Padgett-Reising

    I found this on, great teacher gifts

  • Laura Worden

    from Erica Cerwin: “The pouch is a simple strip of cardstock folded over and sewn. I couldn’t find just the right sentiment in my stamp collection, so I went on to My Digital Studio and found just what I was looking for! I printed a bunch on one sheet and quickly punched them out. This fast and easily made treat was fun for my kids and me to hand out to teachers and neighbors!”

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"Color Me" wrapping paper - Wrap your gift in simple white paper--use roll a of white paper and stamp the words "color me" on a corner of the box, attach crayons instead of a bow. Make sure the gift inside isn't too breakable or delicate, and let the child tear off the crayons and color all over the box, decorating it in any way he or she wants.

Go through your stamp sets, stamp the sentiments (thank you's, think of you, birthday and friend) on scraps of white cardstock. Punch them out, layer them with a color cardstock if desired, and write the name of the stamp set they are from on the back. Sort into categories and put them on rings. So when you want a thank you sentiment, it's quick and easy to sort through and find just the right sentiment!