I’ve been wanting to make these since seeing them on Pinterest last year. It was now or never with only 2 kids in school.  Letters with simple lines were far easier to make then ones that have curves in them. I used this blog to read her approach on how she made hers: http://www.chiccheapnursery.com/2011/do-it-yourself/diy-how-to-make-a-crayon-monogram/   […]

Date posted: May 17, 2013 | Author: | No Comments »

You will start to think that I work for Michael’s craft store from all the plugs that I’m giving them.  I found this in their dollar section.  It’s not a dollar but for $3, it’s still a bargain to me.  It’s super chic with the chevron print and color scheme and what teacher doesn’t need […]

Date posted: May 9, 2013 | Author: | No Comments »

Teacher Appreciation week is a big deal for my family.  Both my husband and I were educators before we left to open our bakeries so we LOVE our teachers! Last year my eldest daughter was the first to attend school so her teacher was spoiled by us.  We had a gift for her teacher every […]

Date posted: May 9, 2013 | Author: | No Comments »

May 1st was national Principal day and The Sweet Boutique Bakery created these cute cakepop gift boxes.  Unfortunately the cute card did not come with it but can easily be duplicated on your computer in Word.

Date posted: May 8, 2013 | Author: | No Comments »

Two days prior to the party I started on the streamers.  I measured the length of my windows and cut one piece of streamer as a template.  I wanted the colors of the ocean so I got (2 pk) blue,  (1pk) green, and (1pk) white.  I didn’t want to miss my show The Voice so […]

Date posted: May 8, 2013 | Author: | No Comments »