An easy teacher gift to show your teacher appreciation!
No body wants to be a teacher's pet, but we all like to show our teachers appreciation for all of the hard work and effort that they put into making our classroom experience beneficial and fun! With the start of the school year here, it's a great time to give your teacher a little something at the very outset to let them know just how much you appreciate them and support them in their hard work! These cookie pockets are a free download that you simply print and cut out. Then all you have to do is stuff the pocket with a yummy cookie and send it to school with your child--their teacher will love getting this sweet surprise in the beginning of the school year and will be reminded of why they chose to be a teacher! We have personlized downloads so that your pocket can have either a girl or a boy in the graphic just so that you can make it gender specific, and if you want to make it extra special you can even find out what your teacher's favorite kind of cookie is and surprise them with that! Don't wait until the end of the year to do something special for your teachers--show them now and give the a little extra excitement to make it through the year.
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With so many daughters and granddaughters pink is a very popular color in our house! I designed this fun little pink poodle party for my little granddaughter who just turned three and she absolutely loved it! I made poodle skirts for each of my granddaughters (I chose to do them in a Chevron pattern which turned out really cute--I was worried that the Chevron might look funny since the zigzags would bend funny when sewn into a skirt, but they turned out to be adorable!) and the girls had a ball just spinning round and round in their skirts and seeing how big they could get their skirt to flare out! I found strands of pearls at Walmart in the fabric section that were sewn together (so I wouldn't have to worry about beads flying everying if the pearl strands broke) and they were perfect to give the poodles on the poodle skirts little pearl collars and to make the handles of the goody bags as well. I set up a dainty little tea party with kid friendly treats (cute plates with a popcorn cup, a fruit snack cup, etc...) and they were a big hit! The kids ate and boogied out to some fun music we had playing in the background and everyone had a good time. If you want to throw a Pink Poodle party, then I have everything already done for you! You can download bottle labels, candy bar wrappers, cookie pockets, gift bags, purses, candy cups, a party banner, good bags, cupcake liners, cupcake tags, candy pouches, silverware holders, poodle skirt patterns and MORE just by visitng my website! All of these downloads are free (except for the poodle skirt pattern), so all you have to do is print it off, cut it out, put it together, and your Pink Poodle party is ready to go!
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