Deja Vu: Teacher Appreciation Gift Idea Corkboard Flowerpots

Hello dawlings. As I quickly approach the last lap of preggosville {aka third trimester}I have found myself busy preparing for our soon-to-be family of three so blogging & non-nursery crafting has been falling by the wayside lately. Instead of beating myself up over the lack of posts I am trying to embrace it. So if I have something to share you'll hear from me if not then just assume I'm face down comatose in a bowl of mac n' cheese {I seriously should start collecting royalties from Kraft on how much I have marketed for them in the past 6 months}. In addition, I have also been doing some spring cleaning over here on the blog. I am slowly working away on creating a gallery page {see "Tutorials"} in which all my projects from the past two years could be quickly viewed.
 
The key word/s in that sentence is "two years".  Baby B may be heading to college before I finish updating and adding html for two years of projects!
 
While working on this I came across a teacher appreciation gift idea I shared wayyyyyyyy back in the day when I was new to the blogging scene. You know like when only my mom read my blog.
Now it's my mom, MIL, and husband. Kidding, kidding.....I think there are like two more of you out there as well. Anyways, Teacher Appreciation will be coming up here soon in the first week of May & if any of you are looking for ideas this corkboard flowerpot is a simple and unique project that any teacher is sure to love {would make for a great Mother's Day gift too!}
 
 
 
See full tutorial here.

PS. Stay tuned for another Teacher Appreciation idea coming this Wednesday!
It's my first project as the new Printable Contributor to the Uncommon Design blog.


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3 comments

Katie said...

just post your nursery project - I want to keep seeing anything you do!! and i'd love to get that cute gift as a teacher!

mari of {crab+fish} said...

Love this idea -- forgot I need to think about this now with a toddler in pre-pre-pre-preschool, haha! I'm so excited to see what you have planned for Uncommon Design as well! Yay!

Stephanie @ henry happened said...

This is such a cute idea! Adorable :)

I'd love to hear from you!

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