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This is my last “official” PSA Essentials post. I’m sure you’ll see their stamps in future post at GSC because their stamps are truly ah-mazing & so fun to use! I’ve been working with their Design Team for the past year, and it has been a challenging & learning experience for me. I just wanted to take a minute to say thank you to Libby, the other members of the Design Team & everyone at PSA Essentials. Thank you! Now to the post….
I can’t believe the school year is wrapping up! My kiddos are counting down the days until summer break! Yay! They can’t wait, and neither can I! :) Before school is out we always give our teachers a little thank you gift for all the hard work & dedication they have put in to making the school year a success.
This year my kiddos are giving their teachers these cute candy bar boxes to thank them for a “sweet” year! ;) We made our candy bars a little cuter with the help of PSA Essentials Peel & Stick stamps, cardstock, scrapbook paper, washi tape & twine.
I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut out these cute candy bar boxes. Then I used this Super Star Peel & Stick stamp set, black ink & a stamp body to make some cute Teacher Approved labels to put on the top of our boxes. You can see a tutorial on how to use the peel & stick stamps here.
I think they turned out sooooo cute! They were so easy to put together, and they cost under a dollar each to make. Now that is sweet! ha! ;)
I also made some cute bravo treat cups for my kiddos as a fun end of the school year snack. I used the same Super Star Peel & Stick stamp set to make these. I used the red ink instead of black. PSA Essentials makes tons of different color inks! So fun!
I found the treat cups at Walmart in the dollar section, and I made the tags & border around the cup with a craft punch & cardstock. Super easy!
Annnnd finally here is an apple for the teacher! This would make a great table decoration at a teacher appreciation luncheon or as a gift for your teacher to just sit on their desk. (I also cut out this 3-D apple shape with my Silhouette Cameo & then assembled it.)
I made the tag with a Thank You from a PSA Essentials peel & stick stamp set.
What are you doing for teacher gifts this year?
Need some more ideas?
Check out these 15+ Teacher Gift ideas that I shared yesterday!
Disclosure: I am a member of the PSA Essentials Design Team. I received the stamp set & the stamping supplies I used for these projects & post from PSA Essentials. For more great ideas on how to use these amazing stamps visit PSA Stamp Camp blog. I would also encourage you to become a facebook fan of PSA Essentials for great deals on PSA personalized and Peel & Stick stamps, & they have frequent giveaways. Yay!