Well, it's that time of the year again. Kids are heading back to school! Or in the case of some, heading to school for the first time. I have my very first kindergartner! I can barely believe it! Since I wanted to start this school year off right, I decided to create a little teacher appreciation gift for our first week of school. I included some snacks, a bath bomb, a stamp set and this:
This is a super easy project to make, and requires very limited supplies. I started with a Jillibean Soup rustic white frame. I removed the white board from it and painted it black to give it the look of a chalkboard.
Then I used my Cricut and some cut files from The Cut Shoppe to plan out my design. I used the Write On Alpha for "Mrs. Pena". I sized it to 7.5" wide so it would take up the majority of the frame's width.
I used the pencil from the School Rules cut file below the teacher's name and sized it to about 7" wide. I cut the cut files out from white vinyl and placed it on the black board.
Then I replaced the frame and ta-da! The perfect teacher's gift!
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