Friday, June 8, 2012

Teacher's Gift & Tutorial

So super excited to share this cool crayon wreath I made for my daughter's teacher. I saw a friend's video  on one she made and had to make one of my own. She got the idea from Pinterest (one of my favorite sites!) and I just tried it right away. So simple!



All the supplies were purchased at Big Lots (crayons) and Michael's (everything else). I made a tutorial video on how I made it, and you can watch it below if you'd like. Have a nice Friday!

11 comments:

  1. Super duper cute idea. I love it. I am sure the teacher who receives it will love it as well.
    Ana

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    1. She loved it and so did the other kids' moms who saw it :) Yay

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    1. Thanks! and thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment :) I appreciate it.

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  3. Hi Sharon, I absolutely love this wreath. It's amazing what a brilliant crafty genius can create. TFS hugs Carmen

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    1. Thanks so much Carmen for your sweet comment :)

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  4. Hi Sharon, I love it also. My Granddaughter is going to second years University in Sept after summer of course to be a teacher. How cool is this. She wants to teach lower grades. I think this is the cutest gift possible. Thanks for sharing. I will watch your video.

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  5. Hi Sharon,


    I watched your demo. Love the wreath. I may do it myself for my Granddaughter for her birthday as she has like 5 years before she is a qualified teacher. So her Birthday is in March. How do you know how to get the exact space between each crayon to complete the circled wreath even? I think you said you have 3 boxes of crayons with how many in each box? I mean if you dont figure it. One could have big uneven gabs.

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    1. Hi! I laid out all my crayons the way I wanted before gluing them down. That's the only way to figure out the amount of space in between each one without any big gaps :)

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  6. So cute! I love this!! I'm your newest follower from the facebook Scrapbook Hoarders group :) Love your blog!

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    1. Hi Elizabeth! Thanks so much for following my blog. I really appreciate it, and hope you enjoy my future posts :) Have a great weekend!

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