Sunday, December 15, 2013

Holiday Freebies and a Giveaway!

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One more week of school and then two weeks off for Winter Recess!   What are your plans for break?  I'm ready to sleep in, drink coffee, and not pack lunches!  I'll be spending lots of time with family and creating resources for the new year, I'm sure.  For those of you still in school, I'm adding a little holiday freebie to my shop.  Two cute holiday crafts for last minute decorating in your classroom and hallway.  I love using handprints in our artwork, such a great keepsake for the parents!         
 I'm also kicking off my last week of school with a giveaway!  Enter my giveway for a $15.00 gift certificate to use on Teachers pay Teachers (in any shop)!  Share this giveway to earn even more chances to win.  I'll email the winner a GC code that can be used to pay for your purchases!  Good luck and Happy Holidays! 
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22 comments:

  1. I love making the reindeer rugs for parent gifts...a bit of work, but so well worth it!

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  2. I like to make "stained glass" items. This year we made a bell. They look great hanging in the classroom. The kids color them with vibrant colors and then "paint" them with vegetable oil. :)
    ~Melissa
    Teacher Treasure Hunter

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  3. Family and Resource for me too! I teach in Venezuela so I only get to see family a few weeks out of the year. =)

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  4. I, too like to do the stained glass decorations. We'll be making them on Thursday. dbednarsk@yahoo.com

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  5. The gifts my kids are giving to their parents this Christmas are handprint ornaments where their fingers become snowmen and a gingerbread house ornament (Oriental Trading) with their photo.

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  6. I like to make hand snowmen ornaments.

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  7. I love to make some ornaments using their pictures. Great keepsake!

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  8. I do red and green handprints on the well known handprint poem.

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  9. I love ornaments...this year we made snowflake ornaments out of an incomplete puzzle after we painted the pieces white. (=

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  10. Making a calendar for the following year!

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  11. We did Christmas Tree Ornaments this year!

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  12. Thanks for the cute freebies. We are finishing up a handprint calendar for 2014 in my preschool classroom. ~Denise

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  13. Reindeer made out of kids' handprints and footprints!

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  14. Very cute ideas! Will definitely tuck away for next year.

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  15. We make wreaths with tri-beads and pipe cleaners.

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