Jan Tatomir has a favorite dressing for a pear and blue cheese salad that she thought would be a great theme for tube gift. Jan filled the tubes with dried cherries and walnuts, provided a decorative dressing bottle, and the recipe!
You take a peek at all of our cooking stickers, HERE.
Christine Ousley had a great idea for a back-to-school teacher gift. Christine says, "As a former teacher, one of the things that I always needed more of was pencils. They just seemed to disappear no matter how I tried to keep track of them. I was also always looking for ways to carry them around with my clipboard. Then I came up with an idea of putting the pencils in a tube. Then I figured I better think of a way to carry them as well and the idea of a "necklace" started to take hold."
"I thought that attaching a ribbon to the tube would allow you wear the tube around your neck -- A great way to take pencils on field trips or to the playground. To attach the ribbon, I first punched holes in both sides of the tube with my Crop-A-Dile, and then set the large eyelets. I slipped the ribbon through each eyelet and tied small knots on the inside of the tube. Then I decorated the tube with some apple stickers and the words pencil, paper, eraser from the School sticker sheet."
"The last thing I did was decorate the tube with a die cut clipboard shape and put the teacher's name on it along with a cute SRM pencil sticker. I am sure that this would be a gift that a teacher would really appreciate and find very helpful too!"
Our school/teacher stickers can be found HERE.