Friday, August 20, 2010

Student Gifts


Edited update Aug 2012- Hello Pinterest Readers! This post is two years old, but has been revived thanks to Pinterest. I do not have any kind of "editable template." it was simply typed in a word document and printed on my home printer. I used a Dj inkers font, not even sure what it was called. Also, I punched them out with a tag punch, which you can order from me using the link at the bottom of this post! Thanks!


I wanted to make my kids a little something to welcome them back to school this year. I found some glow sicks and immedietly thought "We're going to have a bright year!"



I made a quick sleeve for them (2" X 11", folded at 2.5"), stapled them and stuck the glow sticks right in!


I embellished them just a little, because honestly, they are just going to throw all of that away after they get their glow stick! LOL!




Hope they like them! :-)


29 comments:

  1. Great idea the kids will love them :)

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  2. What a great and positive way to start off the school year! Love it!

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  3. Love this idea!!! Your blog too!! Just found it and am your newest follower and can't wait to look around:)

    4th Grade Frolics

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  4. where did you find the glow sticks....

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    1. You can find glow stick at almost any walmart, Party City, or Dollar Store. They usually come in a tube of 10 with different sizes.

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    2. thanks, that is what I was wondering..guess i am glow stick info deprived...

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    3. Target has them right now in the dollar section, 15 per tube for $1. :)

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    4. thanks for the great idea.. check my version of it! do comment on my page! thanks :)

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    5. https://maryamene.wordpress.com/2014/06/08/step-up-day/

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  5. Love this idea! Did you take the kids in to a dark room to try them out?

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  6. So cute---going to make these for an end of year gift. Thanks for sharing :)

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  7. How did you make/print the labels?

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  8. Great idea and with such pretty colors!

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  9. Hi, love your idea to use with the glow sticks. Would you mind sharing an editable version of the tag, so I can put my own students names in, and of course my name at the bottom? My email is pks0221@suddenlink.net
    Thanks,
    Pam

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  10. Hi, love your idea to use with the glow sticks. Would you mind sharing an editable version of the tag, so I can put my own students names in, and of course my name at the bottom? My email is pks0221@suddenlink.net
    Thanks,
    Pam

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  11. What font did you use on your labels?? Thanks!!!

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  12. I would love a copy of the editable version of the tag, too. sheryl.spears1011@gmail.com

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  13. Me too! please share this template with me! Meganknight87@gmail.com

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  14. So super cute! Could you please share this template with me too! shannonlbrockman@yahoo.com

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  15. I would love a copy of the template as well. Thanks!! What a great idea!

    ufgrad07@hotmail.com

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    1. Please see note at top of this post.

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  16. I found glow stick bracelets at Target in the dollar isle. A tube 15 glow stick bracelets for $1.

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  17. Could you please send me the editable template to skrollbaby@yahoo.com I'm going to use this idea at my open house on Tuesday. Thank you

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  18. Hi,
    Would you mind sharing an editable version of the tag, so I can put my own name and students names in? My email is kwlos@telusplanet.net

    Thank you
    Lori

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