Welcome Summer! My boys have been out of school for just about three weeks, but before the school year ended, I made a Welcome Summer gift bag for my youngest son’s teacher. She has a special place in our heart and we are sad to not have her next year.
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I started with a simple canvas bag from Target, I embellished it with a monogrammed pineapple, and filled it with awesome summer goodies…A beach towel, new flip flops, drinks, a magazine, Sugarfina candies, nail polish, and more. But, I needed to add a sweet tag to the front!
DIY Tag Supplies:
I quickly pulled out my Xyron Sticker Maker, and some supplies from Pink and Main. I started by cutting two pineapples, one slightly larger than the other. The larger one was cut from yellow polka dotted paper from Pink and Main, the smaller one was cut from watercolor paper. My son painted it yellow and green, and I stamped it with green ink and a Pink and Main “thanks” stamp. I ran it through my Xyron Sticker Maker and layered it on top of the larger pineapple.
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