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Tulip Treasure {Teacher Appreciation}

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I hope you enjoyed yesterday’s Sunflower Sentiments Teacher Appreciation Gift, because we’ve got another fun flower-themed gift for you today!  Today’s project is called Tulip Treasures and it’s got a fun pocket in the back to stick a little gift into.  How fun!

Let’s get started!

What You Need:

What You Do:

Grab a piece of scrapbook paper or patterned paper.  I had this fun scrap pack stashed away in my craft drawer, so I used that.  I found a fun alphabet theme paper — perfect for a teacher!

Flip your paper over and trace the three petals and one semi-circle onto the back of the patterned paper (this way, you don’ t have to worry about pencil marks!).  Cut them out and then glue the petals onto the semi circle as shown.  Once the glue is dry, you can glue the semi-circle of cardstock over top.  Or if you have zero patience like me (or a very fragile “I’m working while they nap” time), you can slap a little piece of paper over the bottom of the petals to prevent the glue from sticking to the cardstock.  I just used an extra petal from the Sunflower Sentiments.

Once those are in place, you’re pretty much home free!  You can glue a Popsicle stick to the bottom and stick a little gift in the pouch.  Think something flat like flower seeds or one of those instant coffee bags.  You could put in those ice tea singles or even a little note.

Nice job!  Happy First Day of School!!!


Lindsey is a blogger over at Growing Kids Ministry.  A blog designed to help parents, teachers, and Children’s Ministry workers who want to help the kids they love grow in their faith.

This post is included in the Back to School Blog Hop over at Rook No. 17 — check out some other great posts there! 

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