Saturday, August 13, 2011

Back to School Day 2- August 13 Back to school gift in a bottle and lunch money holder


Welcome to the Back to School Blog Hop. It's that time of year again when the kiddos are gathering up their backpacks, sharpening their pencils, polishing their apples and are headed back to school. What a better way to celebrate than with a BLOG HOP!
Along the way you will find such wonderful projects such as gifts for teachers, classroom ideas, scrapbook layouts, cards, and more.
Please be sure to visit every blog and leave a comment to be eligible for the GRAND PRIZE your choice of 5 Digi Stamps from Jen's Digi Stamps. You will love these cute stamps that are perfect for every occasion and creation.
If you came here from Veronica's blog then you are in the right place. If you didn't and you just stopped by that's okay go back to the beginning at Blessed On The Bright Side and Hop with us. You will find lots of talented designing friends on this hop and you don't want to miss a single one!!

Shawnee - http://www.blessedonthebrigh​tside.com
Rachelle - http://www.creationsbyrachel​le.blogspot.com
Lisa-  http://handmadewithlove-lisa.​blogspot.com
Patricia- http://creativediva9​8.blogspot.com
Veronica- http://mommyscraftyc​reations.blogspot.com
Suzanne - http://cricutcraftingrammy.blo​gspot.com  You are here!
Brynn- http://www.flairandfril​lscreativity.blogspot.com Next stop!
Carla - http://racincrafts.blogspot.​com
Kacee www.youhadmeatscrap.blog​spot.com
Robin - http://thecricutscrapper.blogs​pot.com
Cindy Lou - http://scrappinc.blogspot.co​m/
Mickie - www.littlescrapcorner.blogsp​ot.com
 
  I would like to thank everyone for their lovely comments yesterday.
Thank you Shawnee for organizing this wonderful Blog Hop and a big thanks to all the crafty ladies and their inspiration.  
 For my project today I have two items again.  The first is a Back to School gift in a soda bottle. You Tube directions can be found here- Gift in a pop bottle . Back to School cut from Recess cartridge. I have made these for different special events and they are always a big hit.  The second item is an empty Altoid mint tin that is covered with paper and ribbon for kids to use for their lunch money.  The word lunch is cut From My Kitchen at 1.5 ".
These are the items that are in my Back to School bottle.  
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For my blog candy please become a follower and leave a comment.  Make sure you leave a comment for both days.  I will choose a winner on Sunday the 14th and they will win a goody bag of  School stickers to help with your Back to School projects. 
Now off to your next stop which is Bryann
Thanks again for joining us and please come back ! 


23 comments:

  1. What a unique and clever idea. Love it. TFS.

    Babe
    youiesmom@att.net

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  2. Please don't enter my name in the contest...I am a retired teacher! I wanted to say that your back-to-school projects are so creative and will be welcomed by anyone who receives them! Great job!
    Carolyn
    http://cccscraproom.blogspot.com

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  3. How stinkin cute! Love both of those. This has been a great blog hop!
    melisssaseme at yahoo dot com

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  4. Soo cute! I have been wanting to try one of the bottle gifts. Gonna have to get on the ball and get started, now that you have inspired me.
    TFS,
    (:(:Smiles:):)

    Robin
    rlj547 at comcast dot net

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  5. Cute! I love making these bottles for gifts.

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  6. OMG! Your project is wonderful. Love the tin, they are so much fun to do.
    TFS!
    Cindy Lou
    endurapuppy at yahoo dot com
    http://scrappinc.blogspot.com

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  7. I love this idea!! Thanks Suzanne. It's so creative and beautiful!!
    Blessings,
    Shawnee
    http://www.blessedonthebrightside.com

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  8. Fun, cute, practical- your projects have it all!

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  9. Wow! This is an incredible project. Great idea. I never would have thought.


    Hugs,
    Patty
    creativediva98.blogspot.com
    creativediva98 at gmail dot com

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  10. Wow your very creative I love your projects.

    Veronica
    mommyscraftycreations.blogspot.com
    mommyscraftycreations at gmail dot com

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  11. I love the Pop Bottle Gift container idea! I haven't seen that one but will definitely be trying it! Thanks! New Follower!

    http://www.mudpiereality.blogspot.com

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  12. I have not seen the gift bottle till today. I have to try this for my grandkids. TFS

    mjblahnik56@hotmail.com

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  13. What a creative idea! I always love projects that use inexpensive materials but still turn out looking amazing. :) Thanks so much for sharing and also for the chance to win, I stopped by yesterday as well!

    Ashley
    http://especiallymade.blogspot.com
    especiallymadeblog@gmail.com

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  14. Cute idea! I love the altoid tin

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  15. great idea!love it!I am a follower,joydee1963 at yahoo dot com

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  16. I would NEVER have come up with such a creative idea as using a 2-liter bottle to make a supply kit!! How cool is that?

    transport7800@aol.com
    http://mawmawsthoughts.blogspot.com/
    follower

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  17. I love your 'gift in a bottle'(thanks for the info link), you never disappoint us:-) I have followed for a while...
    jejaeb at cfl dot rr dot com

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  18. Both projects rock. I love the lunch money tin. My son always looses his money in the bottom of his back pack

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  19. Fabulous idea and love the decorated tin:) Great projects. TFS
    Hugs

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  20. Love these soda bottles done up for gifts! Your back to school bottle is awesome and what a great treat for the teachers!! Super cute Suzanne!

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  21. I just watched your video..IM inspired..Love your ideas here...I was wondering..do you think its possible to use tim holtz alcohol inks flowing around and shakeing inside the bottle. After seeing your idea. I thought about that... LoVE IT:):):)

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