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Thursday, February 12, 2009

Hello my friends

I know I have been gone for a while, just been too busy lately so sorry.
Anyways, My son and I desided we wanted to make a nice gift for his 2nd grade teacher this year. So, we made this little vase, the giant pencils, vase, the candy and the lolly pops where bought at dollar tree. We, ended up spending only $6.00 for Mrs. Short's cute little vase. I thought the little peom was so appropiate for a 2nd grade teacher it reads "Today you are you, that is truer than you. There is no one alive that is youer than you. Dr. Suess" Very cute huh?!?!
Well, that's it for today I promise I will post again on Monday so stop by and say hello.




9 comments:

SCRAPCRAZY said...

That was a good idea;) I was also working on Teacher cards. I am so glad your back. Thank you for sharing the Magalogue with all of us;)

SCRAPCRAZY said...

Omg, I cant open the Magalogue. Is it just the cover??? UUhhgg!!! Share it Please...hehehehe

Cynthia said...

Hi Susie,
I think it came out beautiful!! Love the gift.

Glad your back and I know I need to add to my blog too!!:)

Cynthia

Anne said...

Hey, Susie, nice to see you blogging again :)

Nayheli Valenzuela said...

Beautiful work! vey original!
Thanks for link my blog candy in your blog. Sorry for my bad english.

Saludos desde México.

Deby said...

Very cute! Teachers love getting presents so she's going to love this, especially since it's hand-created.

Christina said...

This came out super cute. And what a great idea for teacher appreciation!

Bridgett said...

What a fun gift! I am sure your son's teacher loved it. How clever to quote Dr. Seuss...I had never thought of doing something like that!

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