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Teacher's Pet!

Need to impress your favorite teacher? Or want to show him or her appreciation for brightening your kid's future? Well today we've got just the right thing to show them they deserve an A+!

Back 2 School!



Tacks for Teacher by Karen Taylor
Products used: Best Creation's Metal Style Stickers MSS018, Handmade Art Chipboard Style: CBA008
 Ink by Clearsnap: Chestnut Roan
Misc: Glue gun, glue sticks and flat front push pins.

Easy and FUN to make...just ink layer and glue to push pins and you will put a
smile on your teachers face when she sees that her bulletin board is SO cute and all because of you!

Pencil holder by Debbie Sherman
Products used: Best Creation's Back 2 School GP373, 374, 376, 377, 381, 383, ESG001, Metal Style Stickers MSS018, Basic Glitter Paper BGP301, Ribbon



With this flag, you'll never lose your pencils or school utensils again!

Magnetic Clips by Julie Walton
Products used: Best Creation's Back 2 School GP373, EC001, GP383, GP374, GCS004, clothespins


Necklace by Karen Taylor
Products used: Metal Style Dimensional Stickers, Metal Style MSS017 and MSS018
Tools: Zutter: Rivet Setter & Hammer
Misc: Paper punch, Eyelets, jump rings and a necklace blank

When Karen saw these wonderful Mental Style Dimensional Stickers...the first thing she thought
was  JEWELRY!! So she removed the sticker and punched some holes and added eyelets and put them on a necklace blank. and ta-da....you have a perfect gift to send any student to the top of the class!

Altered Composition Book by Julie Walton
Products used: Best Creation's Back 2 School GP376, Basic Glitter Paper BGP307, Glitter Cardstock GCS004, Epiphany Crafts Buttons

Tomorrow, get out your Sunday best! We've got some great elegant ideas for you all! And don't forget to join the blog hop from Tuesday for a chance to win a Hello Fall 12x12 kit! Send your answers to mel@bestcreation.us!

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