I can't believe the end of the school year is practically here.
I can't believe it is almost Summer and all too soon I am going to have to be entertaining a small pack of wild and crazies. Ugh, let's not think about that just yet...
For now let's focus on all the wonderful teachers. I love great teachers. Every time I go into one of the boys' classrooms and help out I am reminded at just how hard it is to be a teacher. I sure want to make sure great teachers know they are great teachers.
Teacher's Appreciation Week was only a few weeks ago. I shared with you my Teacher Appreciation Gift "Thanks for Being a SOAPer Teacher".
Even though the two are close together, I also like giving an end of the school year gift to our teachers.
I really wanted to make a tote and use the cheesy phrase "TOTEally Awesome Teacher." Then I found this gloriously Summery chevron and I knew the bag was meant to be.
I gave a little sneak peak of this Teacher Gift yesterday on Instagram.
Yes people I have finally joined and I am slowly...okay not so slowly...and very surely loading up my Instagram with photos. Follow along (@larissa_anotherday)
I designed and sewed this little tote bag. (tutorial in the works)
Perfect for our teachers to haul things to the beach, the library, or a park during their Summer break.
Then once school is back in they can TOTE around (hehehe, sorry I had to) planners, lunch, books, and other teachery things.
I folded the bag up and added in a coordinating little chalk board. I was fortunate to have some of these chalkboards left over from Little's Charlie Brown Birthday Party.
I tied it all up with a scrap of fabric that I had left over from the inside lining.
Then I printed off the tag that I designed in PicMonkey.
Then I slipped the tag on the gift. One TOTEally easy and TOTEally lovely gift for one TOTEally awesome teacher. Really I just couldn't seem to help myself...hahaha.
Such an easy and fun way to thank a teacher.
Here is a tag you can download by right clicking and saving it to your computer.
What is your favorite way to thank your awesome teachers?