Thursday, January 19, 2012

Dr Seuss Teacher Gifts Made with Vinyl

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I love creating unique year end gifts for teachers that have some meaning of the current school year.

 

These were so simple, using vinyl and childrens books. I don't currently have a tutorial up, but will now be working on one as I remember how fun these were to make. They are sooo simple, promise!!

Our school is very big on Dr.Seuss, we even have a big Dr.Seuss event in the spring!

Here are some pictures of the different gifts I have made.  The first couple are for the teachers, and has every students name for that year.





This one was for our principal that was retiring.  She was with our school for 5 years, so I added those dates instead of student names!



Here is another one for another teacher.



A few years ago I also created a chalkboard with the same idea.



And one last little gift.  At our school they have the 4 B's they follow.  So I created a fun wall hanging for the first grade classroom.  3 years later it is still hanging in there, along with the other fun gifts!




All I used for this project was my Cricut, Vinyl, Mod Podge, craft paint and old childrens books.   
 



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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'd love it if you did a tutorial!! This is a great idea that I want to do for my kids' teachers this year :)
Kacy

Amy said...

Those are such fun, thoughtful, personal gifts! I would have loved to receive something like that when I was teaching. Thanks so much for sharing at Shine on Fridays!

Laurel @ Ducks in a Row said...

What a cute gift - I'm sure any teacher would love it!

Toodie said...

Great projects! Makes me wish (almost!) that my kids were still little and I could do these. LOL Love them!

Leanne said...

What a sweet gift. Thanks for linking to the Point of View Linky Party.

Cleat, Ida, Nelana and Camden said...

I would love a tutorial!

Jonie Marie said...

I love them all, but I love the Curious George one especially! I am just dying to know where you got the graphics for it? My daughter would love some "George" decor :)

Thanks for linking up to Point of View!

TaJuan Browder said...

Could you send me a tutorial for the Dr. Suess one. Pls.
momie2zoey@gmail.com thanks so much

TaJuan Browder said...

Could you please send a tutorial for the Dr.Suess one. momie2zoey@gmail.com
thanks so much

TaJuan Browder said...

Could you please send a tutorial for the Dr.Suess one use either email pls tbrowder@clevelandschools.org momie2zoey@gmail.com
thanks so much

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