Monday, May 07, 2012

Rock Princess Cricut Cartridge & Pinka-licious Stamp Set Giveaway!

Happy Monday Everyone!!


Monday is my favorite day of the week!  Weird, right?  It is the day that our schedule for the week begins again and I get my house back in order.  It's a very relaxing day.  So far I have cleaned my kitchen and done two loads of laundry!  I also played 1 1/2 hours of tennis early this am after I dropped my kids off.  Now I am going to blog really quick, get back to laundry, and then make up a banana chocolate cupcake recipe for our Family Home Evening treat for tonight!  


I have this AWESOME Rock Princess Cricut Cartridge to give away along with  my coordinating My Pink Stamper Stamp Set PINKA-LICIOUS!  So much fun!  Here is how you can enter!


This week is teacher appreciation week at our school.  Tell me something fun you have done for a teacher in the past or plan to do in the future!  Anything goes!  Good luck!  I'll pick the winner in a couple of days!



Also, don't forget about my HUGE event next Friday, May 18th beginning at 10:00 am CST!  We are releasing some new product that you are going to LOVE!!

363 comments:

  1. I usually take my kids preschool teacher for breakfast on a saturday.. that way they wont take off a school day. =D I've done it for 2 yrs already!. Its just a way to be thank full for taking their time to teach both of my kids. =D

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  2. I make my kids teachers little treat boxes with gift cards and also make cupcakes for all the teachers at the school, there are only 16. I like to show all of them how much they are appreciated. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  3. For teacher appreciation week I made a survival kit with all of our teacher's favorite goodies! I got one of those bead organizing containers (I think it had 12 compartments) and filled each little area with her favorite goodies. It was fun to do, easy for my son to help with and she loved it!

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  4. I can not believe i am first LOL. I have followed you for a number of years and wanted to say thanks for all of the inspiration you have given us.

    kim
    k1i2m3@cox.net

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  5. I have purchased a massage gift certificate and made her a card to go with. She needs it dealing with twenty five, six year olds all day! Thanks so much for this chance to win!
    Candy
    candyyoung826 at msn dot com

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  6. I do a Summer Survival Kit cause of those workaholic teachers who don't know what to do with all their free time...I give them things that will help them relax.

    Brandy Yearous
    brc23@hotmail.com

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  7. I love all of my children's teachers. I love sending them little gifts (usually cards and sweets)and volunteering. I'm looking for the perfect end of the year gift for them. =) I Love your stamp set Robin!

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  8. Awesome giveaway. I have been wanting this cartridge and can't find it anywhere. Gloria Contreras
    Gloriaandmickey@yahoo.com

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  9. I love to make up bath gift bags for the teachers. Scented candles, bubble bath, wash clothes, pillow etc. So they can relax and take it easy! I try to find out their favorite scent first so they really enjoy it.

    Thanks for the giveaway, Robin!

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  10. When my kids were little I was class mom for both kids all through elementary school as well as did all the coping and laminating for the whole school. I just loved being involved. I miss those days as my oldest graduates from OBU on Friday and my baby will be a SR at OU in the fall. Time sure flies by.

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  11. My favorite thing is to share my favorite drink with the kids teachers, we get them Starbuck $5 gift cards, enough for a lovely drink!
    Thanks
    Kemma
    mykemma at gmail dotcom

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  12. I am a teacher and I like to run small "errands" for other teachers, like running something to the office or library for them when I am on my way, or getting a coffee for them when I am headed to the coffee shop! Its the little things that count!!! sknecht0@hotmail.com

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  13. We made a gift basket with Lotions, soaps, relaxing stuff so she can go home and relax after teaching 34 kids. Teachers are Great! I sure couldn't do it. Anyway thanks for the chance to win! Enjoy your week:~)

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  14. Love this cartridge! It looks so cute! I don't have any children yet, but I would love to make them Cricut projects for holidays and appreciation week. Thanks so much for a chance to win!! And I CANNOT wait to see what you have for us! I know it will be amazing!!

    Rachel
    rachelholt09@yahoo.com

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  15. I really want this cartridge! Wow!

    For teacher appreciation last year we had a week long celebration. Every day I would do something special for the teacher and the last day we gave them a BIG present. We bought them lunch, we had someone cover them for lunchtime, we had breakfast brought in...gave them prayer blessing books...just totally covered them with love.

    Dorcas

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  16. wowza those cupcakes sound yummy!! I am so excited about what is coming I could never forget. I have no kids but I use to babysit for my 5th grade teachers kids once I was in 6th grade and above. When I got into high school I was always someones aide during study hall too. Just like to help out wher I was needed.

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  17. I am bummed that I cannot enter because I still have 2 yrs before my little boy goes to school... =(
    karen.kokocki@gmail.com

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  18. Teacher appreciation week <3 tomorrow for us is bring a plant or flower i decided (thanks to pinterest) to paint a flower pot very cute i also added a cute sayin' "thanks for helping me grow!" :) patgarcia78@yahoo.com

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  19. I loved my middle son's 2nd grade (and then 5th grade,YEAH!!!) teacher!!! She loves her dogs very much, so I made her name frames for the three of them as a teacher gift :). I usually only made name frames for kids, so this was different but a lot of fun!!! Very CUTE if I do say so myself ;)

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  20. We homeschool & I teach my kids Sunday School class.....maybe I should take myself to Starbucks!! That would be nice for any teacher.

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  21. My sister is a teacher and I help her make scrapbooks for each of her students that she gives them at the end of the year. This is the second year we are doing it and they are a big hit. Thanks for this fun giveaway Robyn. I can't wait for May 18th too!

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  22. I just had my first baby. She's 4 months old now. She goes to daycare and I'm thinking of ideas now. Haven't done anything yet.Love your site for ideas!

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  23. I made my son's teachers a crayon wreath with Cricut cuts splashed about - a backpack, apple, scissors, books, etc... They were so cute!

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  24. Yeah! Thank you for offering this giveaway! This is a cartridge I've wanted for some time, yet can never seem to get my hands on it.

    For teachers, I do lots of little things, but the thing they seem to like the best is supporting them as they help raise my children through teaching. So many parents bash the teacher and work against. How could one person possibly the needs of 20+ students and their parents and get it right each time! They work hard and deserve support!

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  25. wow what a great giveaway I have wanted your stamps for sometime but at this time I cant. I love your blog and what i have seen is Amazing with your stamps. and wow that Cricut cart is Awesome. for all the years my kids have been in school I have made different projects for them on most of the holidays know I have one last in school and its her Graduation this June. its hard when they Grow up but then everything with kids is emotional. thanks for the chance to win

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  26. Hey! would love to win!!! :) we're doing fun lil' gifts everyday this week, today is thank you cards and matching personalized magnets. :)
    Melissa
    MisCdaisy at comcast dot net

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  27. We are taking the teacher a homemade dinner so that she will have a night off from cooking. Thanks for the chance to win this cart. I have instructions using this cart to make a breast cancer fight like a girl layout. I want to make it for my sister, but I haven't gotten the cartridge yet. So thanks for the chance to win!
    buddy23018 at hotmail dot com

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  28. I am planning to make unique gifts for each of my son's teachers. For his coach/teacher something sport with candy bars and other yummiest snacks. A box filled unique. Hope he likes it.

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  29. Thanks for the great give-away. In the past, when my kids belonged to a much smaller school, I have brought my cricut into the class room and let the kids pick out what to cut and make. It was so much fun.

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  30. Gift cards if I recall! My kids are grown!
    dianeh1228@aol.com

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  31. Last week I made a huge card for all the kids in my nephews class to sign for his teacher's birthday! They loved being a part of signing it, they were so proud as if they had made it. Then I made a card from my parents, nephew, & me to go along with an African violet & a cupcake shaped balloon! My nephew was so proud to give her the flowers & balloon! His teacher even cried she was so surprised! It was a great day! I'm planning on a penicl bouquet with some other goodies!! <3 My nephew's teacher this year is truly amazing & we're very thankful for her!

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  32. This week my son will be giving his 2 teachers a little present each day...they are awesome teachers so I appreciate them so much!

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  33. I made one of those goody filled 2-liters for my daughter's K teacher! It was fun and she loved it! Thanks fot the giveaway! I love your stamps and would love to expand my collection!!!

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  34. I like to make cards for my kids teachers for each holiday as well as at the beginning and end of the school year I make them a little pack of thank you cards for them to use!

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  35. I would help the kids make a card and we would buy them a teachers gift. It was so cute how the kids would walk in the classroom and hand it to them. I miss when my kids were little.

    Christina Folk
    Mommyto4boyz@aol.com

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  36. Dawn Woolf (dwoolf at frontier dot com)5/07/2012 12:47 PM

    I used to give the teachers the stereotyped apple. Sometimes it was a pretty basket of apples and sometimes it was apple shaped containers filled with goodies.

    When I taught Sunday School my kids brought me little gifts through out the year just because. That was 30 years ago and I still have a few things.

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  37. Tara Bruening5/07/2012 12:47 PM

    This is so great!! I love to buy the gifts for my daughter gets to take. But my daughter Alivia is going to make her teacher a thank you card (with a little help from mom)Alivia is having a hard time deciding what stamp of yours she wants to use. She is leaning towards the Moo-chas Gracias!! Lots of fun and great to show the teachers we appreciate them.

    Tara
    tbruening@cox.net

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  38. I was planning on giving some homemade strawberry freezer jam and a gift card to their favorite store! Thanks for the chance to win!

    melhorn_m at yahoo dot com

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  39. I have made stuff bears with school fabric. I have also made plastic canvas tissue holders

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  40. When my son was in kindergarten we collected money...whatever the family could afford and we bought gift cards to resturaunts, plant nurserys, home improvement stores and a spa day! The teacher was totally amazed! A gift well worth over $500.00

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  41. My son is about to leave Pre-Kindergarten, and I'm making up a basket for each of his sweet teachers. I figure a gift card for each, and some other goodies. Hopefully I can include a cute Cricut card featuring Rock Princess, which happens to be #1 on my list of "must haves" right now :)

    Thanks Robyn!!

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  42. i home school but we meet every 1/4 with a teacher to evaluate so at the begging we bring her a apple and at the end of the year we give a thank you note with candy.

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  43. I am going to make a mini album for my daughters to give to her 1st grade teacher and give it to her the last day of school. Wanted to give it to her sooner but I wanted to include photos from their field day which isnt till the 25th. I have taken photos of almost every event this year and thought it would be a great gift for her teacher to have. :)

    Amanda
    ahaynes43055@yahoo.com

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  44. Teachers ROCK!

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  45. I have 9 kids ranging in age from 49 - 7 . 7 are adopted. Each year I make small Holiday tokens for each of the teachers. Most of my "kids" are grown and have moved out but I do still have 3 young ones at home.
    The last thing I made was small crocheted, filled Easter baskets. I make them for each teacher, past and present. If I happen to know who their teacher will be next year, I include them too.
    I am currently working on filled sour cream containers (made from scrapbook paper). I think I am going to trust the kids to make the cards this year. They are now 7, 8 and 9 so I think they can use the Cricut, supervised!!! Wish us luck !

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  46. My son is only 1 year old so I haven't done any teacher appreciation gifts OR have even thought about it yet! LOL But i have a bunch of fun stuff pinned on pinterest... I think half of them are from your boards!! :O) Thanks for the giveaway!! JenBrierley2 at gmail dot com

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  47. This is so awesome!!!! I would love this! :o)

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  48. Being a former PTO member, we have set up a Mexican themed week and hung pinatas, mexican hats, and streamers, made chili and salsa and chips and salad, breakfast day with yogurt, bagels, and fruit, chocolate day, charming gift bags, baskets of essentials for the teachers rest rooms... always a lot of fun and wonderfully appreciated! thanks for the great giveaway!!

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  49. Since I still have non-school aged children at home, I make make bulletin boards kits using my cricut. The teachers are so appreciative, and the other volunteers who are able be at the school love them to because they don't have to come up with the idea!

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  50. This year my children all helped make the Teacher Appreciation gifts. I was so proud of them! We purchased sticky note-pads and made cute covers with different images from our cricut. Then we simply used our bind-it-all to bind the covers together and stuck a mini gel pen in the top of each note pad. It was a simple gift, but something my children were all able to help with. Hopefully, their teachers will love it!

    lzach17@hotmaildotcom

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  51. One of my good friends is a teacher. She spends a lot of her own money on classroom stuff so I decided to help her out with decorations and bulletin board stuff by using my Cricut to cut out images for her to use. She was thrilled and it was a great surprise.

    Leslie
    cascrapper at gmail dot com

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  52. I am so thankful for my daughter's teachers! They are such a great influence in her life!
    I try my best to help out however is possible - including sometime bringing some extra sweet donuts in for the preschool teachers adn of course always a nice gift at the end of the year.
    Thanks for the chance to win
    gayle_shrader at yahoo dot com

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  53. My daughter is in Kinder and I want to make a special card and maybe a coffee gift card since she loves coffee!
    Thanks for the chance to win :)
    Gina

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  54. When my son was in kindergarten a few years ago, he's teacher moved to a new house eariler that year and she mentioned that she missed her butterfly bush at her old house. So we went and got her one so that she could once again enjoy watching butterflys with her morning coffee.

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  55. One year I made a cross-stitch sampler for my daughter's teacher, and she still has it on display, even years later. As for other gifts, I often buy gift cards for book stores, office supply stores, etc. As a teacher myself, I know how often teachers spend their own money on classroom supplies. The gift cards allow them to buy the supplies they need without spending their own money.

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  56. I no longer have school age children. The custom when my kids were in school was money was collected & a gift card was given, usually to a Nice restraunt.

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  57. Teacher post it note holders. They love them. Thanks for the chance to win such a great prize!

    Linda
    http://www.craftingwithnana.blogspot.com

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  58. vivian kaufman5/07/2012 1:10 PM

    When I was in college I did some volunteer work at an elementary school to help the teacher with 2 of her more challenging students. I did this for 6 weeks and worked with the 2 students 2 days of week so she could work with the other students. I enjoyed it very much but I don't think I could be a teacher.
    Vivian
    jasminek1@sbcglobal.net

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  59. I try to find out something that the teacher likes and get a personalized gift card along with a handmade card. If I don't have luck with the gift card, a nice little stationery set is always a great gift! Teachers always love pretty note cards and sticky notes!

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  60. WE have a week long of gifts to go to the teachers.

    Today (thank goodness for Pinterest!) Milky Way Candy Bar with note "We think you are out of this world" I made a space ship

    Tuesday: Personalize cups with straws (again thank you pinterest) with lemonade and "you quench the thirst for knowledge"

    Wednesday: are vinyl personalized bricks from the school. This is our first year, so these were the extra bricks from the building.

    Thursday: Cook Books

    Friday: Embordered lunch bags with a packed lunch in them along with 3 cake pops.

    I am going to blog the pictures everyday!!!

    thanks for the awesome chance to win....FINGERS CROSSED....what a wonderful belated 40th birthday gift. I am doing 40 days of celebrating me!!

    Cindy (fan in AZ)
    cstark72@gmail.com

    www.cindyrellascreations.blogspot.com

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  61. Well it has been awhile since i have had to do anything for teachers, but my Best friend is a 1st grade teacher and I help her each each make Moether's day gift's for her students to give to their Momma, so I guess that would be how I help or give to a teacher, she is awesome....

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  62. I have done anything from gift cards to potted flowers. It is always fun to show the teachers they are appreciate.

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  63. I don't have children but i have teacher friends. So i use my cricut to help them decorate their rooms through out the year.

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  64. I made some fabulous cards "from the desk of Mme..." they were big hits :) The kids had fun helping out too. Thanks for the chance to win :)

    michelle
    http://mumoftwoblog.blogspot.com

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  65. Besides volunteering in the classrooms, my children and I make special gifts for the end of the school year to appreciate the years worth of work! My kids have always had great teachers.
    kidshomelove at yahoo dot com

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  66. I'm planning on make the crayon monogram from pinterest and a card. I think is is very cute and can not wait to make it.

    crystalblossom08@gmail.com

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  67. My little girl is still too young for school but my sister is a teacher and last year I helped her decorate her classroom with some cricut stuff! :)

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  68. I plan in making their last name initial out of number 2 pencils and framing it like a shadow box. Something different but very cute - got the idea on Pinterest.

    -Tina (locnet1 at AOL dot COM)

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  69. Happy Monday! I used to make little candy bags for my teachers for each holiday. I fill them with Hershey kisses or something small. Thanks for the giveaway!

    Jennifer
    Email (dot) Sophienme (at) gmail.com

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  70. I don't have any children but in grade six, 1988, I gave my teacher, Mr. McMann a hand made card. This teacher changed my life and I am forever grateful for his influence in my life. I also find it funny that even in 1988 I enjoyed paper crafting!

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  71. Not having kids *yet* I haven't done a lot. But my husband's mom is an SAT prep teacher and helps a LOT of kids get so much better so I made the note cards (with My Pink Stamper stamps of course) for her to send home with her students for fun! She really enjoyed them and because she isn't a "normal teacher" doesn't really get things for teacher appreciation week! So it tickled her *pink*!

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  72. Last year I made each of my 3 grandkids teachers a simple quilted bookbag and apliqued their name on them. I guess Im not very creative LOL

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  73. I so need this cartridge for my niece! Thanks, Robyn!

    Amanda C.
    abcchancellor at gmail dot com

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  74. My son's teacher loved ladybugs, so i cut her a whole bunch of ladybugs out of vinyl for her classroom walls.

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  75. I gave my so sons play and stay teachers tim hortons gift cards. So they could go relax and have a coffee!

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  76. what a great way to start the week! Many times during the year I die cut all kinds of shapes for my future MIL who is a 4th grade teacher. I also prepare and set up for many of her school functions - I love to help her and the school out!

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  77. i gave my sons teachers a gift card so that they coulc go relax and have coffee

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  78. I am a Teacher so this cartridge would be super cute and fun for my class! Thanks Robyn!

    br1ttany777@hotmail.com

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  79. Ms. Carolyn is my daughter’s afternoon pre school teacher. I just love and appreciate all of the teachers at her school but Ms. Carolyn is truly a jewel. I guess she is what they would call today “Old School”, she means business but she is also very caring. Ms Carolyn has been out for over 9 months now and may have to have back surgery. I know how difficult that can be. So I try to do what I can to keep her spirits up. I always remind my daughter to pray for Ms Carolyn and make sure we include her for Halloween, Christmas, Valentines Day and just because. We send her our home made cards of good well wishes and home made cookies and a card for Christmas, a treat bags for Halloween and Valentines day. We want her to know she is appreciated, and not forgotten. It’s also teaching my 4 year old to be compassionate and thoughtful to others, especially to those who care for her.

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  80. this was over 40 years ago so giving gifts like today was not really done, but we help out by volunteering in the school to give help as needed. I would love the cartridge and so would my granddaughters, but I would be thrilled to win a stamp set thanks for this chance
    upnurse at aol dot com

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  81. I'm making my grandaugther's pre-school a crayon wreath. My little missy has learned so much from teacher Jen.

    Thank you Robyn.

    dianaherrera at comcast dot net

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  82. Our school is doing the luncheon so I contribute to that and I also made a small thank you gift, it isn't much but I hope she likes it. Thank you for offering such a fantastic prize giveaway :)
    Alisha mommy2micah @yahoo dot com

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  83. Sending a card to a teacher in Florida that I know. She has 2 boys and is on her own. She gives so much to them and her other children that she teaches. I have no children so I try to give to those that do a wonderful sometimes "Thankless" job. Thanks for the giveaway and good luck to everyone.

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  84. Last year I used Rock Princess to decorate my grandsons classroom door....used the theme Mrs. Harvey rocks.

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  85. When my daughter was in first grade and I asked all the kids to write why they loved their teacher on hearts that I'd cut out and sent home with them. It turned out very sweet.

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  86. Years ago me and my kids made our own Rose Petal Potpourri. We put it in mason jars. We replaced the flat metal part of the lid with a piece of needlepoint plastic mesh cut into a circle to allow the scent to escape. The kids each embellished the jars with ribbon and such. They work great anywhere... the teacher's desk, a closet shelf, a drawer, nightstand or endtable.

    Vicki Richey
    vlrichey@aol.com

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  87. When my daughter was in school the parents one day of Teacher Appreciation week the parents brought pot luck and provided a meal for all of the teachers. Mothers would cover for the teacher so that she could enjoy her meal and not have to hurry back to her classroom.--Ryansmaama
    gkburrow@cmaaccess.com

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  88. When I was room parent, I took a picture of each student and had them write a short note to their teacher and put them in a book to give to the teacher - loved it

    Lori

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  89. For teacher appreciation week I usually do a small gift each day. Because of cut backs and budget issues here more and more of our teachers have to buy their own supplies, so I try to tie them into our gifts. A few things we've done are paper clips and staple refills for "keeping it together", pack of post it "leaving a note to say thanks", expo markers "for having all the write stuff", etc. We end the week with a gift tied to an apple "becasue teachers don't survive on apples alone". I've always gotten really heartfelt thanks from our teachers :)

    -Maria

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  90. For teacher appreciation week I usually do a small gift each day. Because of cut backs and budget issues here more and more of our teachers have to buy their own supplies, so I try to tie them into our gifts. A few things we've done are paper clips and staple refills for "keeping it together", pack of post it "leaving a note to say thanks", expo markers "for having all the write stuff", etc. We end the week with a gift tied to an apple "becasue teachers don't survive on apples alone". I've always gotten really heartfelt thanks from our teachers :)

    -Maria

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  91. I love my dd teacher.. i know she's in daycare but she has a wonderful teacher!!!

    isabel
    thescrapprincess@Yahoo.com

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  92. no kids yet currently in the hospital on my 64th hour of labor I plan to do lots of treats for my little babies teachers ,if he ever decides to come out!

    April wolters
    Aruud@umn.edu

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  93. Well I think the coolest thing that ever happened to me was while I was a volunteer teaching assistant (so helping a teacher).
    I was asked to make a picture of a flower (my first venture into paper piecing) I made a flower and all the labels of the parts of the flower etc.
    I gave the flower to the teacher I was working with to use (who was the deputy head of the school) the regular class teacher actually kept it because she said it was the best thing she'd ever seen).
    I actually wanted to use it for my coursework as evidence but ended up letting her keep it, I never got around to making another for my work.
    She's an amazing teacher and she is now teaching my son so I'm hoping he's gotten to use it in class too.

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  94. Hi Robyn,
    thanks for the chance to win. I lke to make them little treat bags with stuff they like.

    Veronica
    mommyscraftycreations.blogspot.com
    mommyscraftycreations at gmail dot com

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  95. We did a little book of why each kid was thankful for that particular teacher. It was really sweet the thought the kids put into it. Needless to say the teacher got a bit teary on us. The poor kids thought they had hurt her feelings.

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  96. I always get mini oreos and dip them in the red wilton candy coating. Stick 1/2 of a stick pretzel in the side with a little piece of green airhead so they look like mini apples! Soo cute and they taste fantastic too. Then we put them in a mason jar and make a cute label to go along with it. The teachers always love them!!! Thanks for the chance to win Robin!

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  97. We had teacher appreciation week last week. Found on pinterest but thought this was just an adorable idea. Made a small bucket (target $1
    bins...love) and filled with smarties then wrapped with cellophane and a bow and tied a sharpie marker. Note attached read "thanks for making us all smarties and sharpies this year"!!! Very well received and super easy!!!
    Sonia. (huff.family@gmail.com)

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  98. I VOLUNTEER and DONATE always!!! I also give gift cards on special occasions to a favorite restaurant, gas, massage or office/teacher supply store.
    Sherri
    sherri 12 at dishmail dot net

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  99. I try to do some sort of craft project and incorporate a small gift. It's different every year.

    Sandy
    sweetpeascards@yahoo.com

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  100. I was my daughters room mom, so i had all the kids do hand prints on a piece of fabric and sewed it all together and made a wall hanging she loved it and still has it in her class room that was about 9 years ago :D
    SandiR

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  101. Teacher Appreciation Week! Wow - I am so far from having a child in school but have grandchildren now and am so looking forward to spoiling my new grand sons and there teachers to come now that I have a cricut and LOVE Paper Crafting NOT! Not quite sure what I would create but you INSPIRE me a great deal! Love you guys!

    Shelly Adams
    shellyadams@leahshope.us
    www.leahshope.us

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  102. I embroidered kitchen towels which went over well. Uskdgb70@ gmail.com

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  103. Not - was suppose to be NOW in my post above - oops!

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  104. My kids would love me to make them stuff with that cartridge!

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  105. We once made a scrapbook full of pictures throughout the year for my son's first grade teacher. It was so much fun. Thanks for the chance to win.

    Danielle
    leeceratops@comcast.net

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  106. Thank you for the opportunity I wish I could win one of your products.

    Valerie
    Unicorn1323@gmail.com

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  107. Thank you for the opportunity I wish I could win one of your products.

    Valerie
    Unicorn1323@gmail.com

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  108. I bought a clear glass vase at Ikea today and some flowers for my son's kindergarten teacher. I may see about decorating the vase somehow, but since I already have the flowers I can't take too much time to figure out what I'm doing with it!

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  109. In the past I have bought a gift card to a favorite restaurant. Now that we homeschool and I'm the teacher I'm kinda out of the loop on this!
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    www.beckyboyer.com

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  110. Love to win. When my kids were little...I always baked for their teachers as gifts. I'm a big Christmas baker...I would make up large trays. My kids are a year apart in school...they each had the same teacher for 2 years...ie we had the same teacher to bake for ...for 4 years. She was sad to see them move on...she said...I haven't had to bake for Christmas for 4 years...now I'll have to...gasp! Lee-Ann :)

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  111. I have made a few scrapbooks along the way for a few of my children's very special teachers. I would include pictures of the students throughout the year & classroom events. The scrapbooks were a huge hit!
    Will you please share your cupcake recipe?
    Thanks :)
    Btsibo3@hotmail.com

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  112. I am a teacher so things I have done have been to do a teacher's duty. I also have made small scrapbooks for teachers that have retired with pictures of there years at that school, their class and letters and keepsakes from students.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  113. I try to make things throughout the year for our kids teacher. Like back to school, I made a 3D apple, halloween a cute little pillow box filled with candy, Christmas, valentine's etc. I like to make mugs full of cute little cutouts on pencils so they can use the pencils later and the mug during the school year. Etc. So I don't just do once a year...I try to let them know throughout the year that they are thought of and appreciated. :-)

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  114. I had six kids in elementary school at one time so I did a lot of volunteer work. I also had a great garden with lots of yummy veggies and the teachers loved getting those and some homemade bread and some fruit from our trees. We still keep in touch with a couple of the teachers and my kids are all close to 50. those were good times. Miss all the teachers. Regina

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  115. I always gave my teachers little Christmas presents and thank you presents at the end of the year. I know how hard they work because my mom is a teacher and I always helped in her classroom : )

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  116. I am taking my math teacher to see a play in NYC next week!

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  117. Ok scince me and my best friend are 13 we have 8 teachers a day so are plan is to make 8 cards to tell our teachers how much they are appreciated!

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  118. We had the kids make quilts squares throughout the year and them gave her a beautiful finished quilt at the end of the year.

    Cornerstone.cs(at)cox(dot)net.

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  119. My class and I make a book that is full of things we appreciate about her. This year it is harder because yesterday around 4:30 she was riding her horse and suddenly got hit by a truck both her and the horse passed away. So we are making the same thing the book but we are going to give It to her family so they know how much she meant to us and how she touched our lives.


    E-mail - elozecki@cogeco.ca

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  120. Thanks for the chance to win the awesome cartridge and stamps! At our school we do a different thing for every day of the week! One day will be bring a healthy snack day, make your teacher a card, bring a flower, bring a gift card and be a super student day :)The PTA serves a lunch for the teachers on Monday and then again on Friday!!

    Brandi
    calibmom24@yahoo.com

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  121. When my children were young they didn't really do anything for the teachers, I've just hearing about this in the last couple of years! But we always gave the teachers something for Christmas. One year I made school house with plastic canvas, yarn and a note pad, or a Kleenex box for there desk. I've only been scrap-booking seen January this year. I have used a lot of your ideas in card making, I love watching your videos and just started being there on your live blog hops!

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  122. When my kids were school age I was a room mother for some of the years. I would make little treats and other things for them Also all the other moms would get together and we would buy a gift certificate so that she could get something she liked. Those were the days.

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  123. I have 2 little princesses... Would love this
    E.waterman@me.com

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  124. I have 2 little princesses... Would love this
    E.waterman@me.com

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  125. I have 2 little princesses... Would love this
    E.waterman@me.com

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  126. This year we had a homebound tutor coming to the house for part of the year. She has become a friend and gone above and beyond what the school district paid her for. I plan to make a card and include a sushi gift certificate.

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  127. i'm a teacher but I always give somethign to my Aide... So this year i'm making notepads using index cards :)

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  128. we had a luncheon.
    pick me please
    thanks
    dogamo2003@yahoo.com

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  129. Well, don't know if this counts or not, but here goes. I don't have any children of my own, but I am a teaching assistant, so each year I make a book for the teacher I work with. It's pretty basic, photos throughout the year, with the kids signing "their" page. It also includes some of the children's quotes. Another thing I have done in the past is take pictures of the artwork and make them into notecards. They turn out adorable.
    Kim T.
    kjoycec@juno.com

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  130. I love to make cards for the teachers on their birthdays! Thanks for the giveaway!
    Hannah
    craftinghannie.blogspot.com

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  131. As my daughter's preschool class mom, I played roving photographer throughout the year and made a photo "yearbook" at the end of the term, using an online service. It was a great gift for the teacher and I was able to print a copy for my daughter, too!

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  132. OH Yummy! "Banana Chocolate Cupcakes" I like Mondays also, always a new fresh start. Just made a BD card for my SIL, did some heat embossing and made some Cricut balloons to put on it, it turned out real cute! LOL! Can't forget those "Cupcakes" Jeananne jrtherunks42 at yahoo dot com

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  133. I don't have kids,but when I was a kid, we used to have an older lady down the streeet that made all kinds of ceramics (the glazed Christmas tress that lit up were my favorites). Browsing through her huge basement was so much fun. That's where we got all my teachers' gifts. So I didn't make them but the gifts were actually homemade!

    pawprintspetsits at yahoo dotcom

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  134. For the teachers, I created a a Tea Pot Gift Card Holder with a Starbucks Gift Card. I love the stamp set. Thanks for the chance to win

    Hugs,
    Patty
    creativediva98.blogspot.com
    creativediva98 at gmail dot com

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  135. We homeschool but we do belong to a co-op. Co-op is over already. At Christmas I always make a gift for each of my sons teachers. Usally cookies or something. And somehow get my Cricut involved :-). And always something special for my helper as we do not get paid and teach 21, 5-7 yo children. Teachers are wonderful. They each make the world a better place.

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  136. Yeah, Teacher appreciation week! I love this week because I can give back to teachers. I am a 4th grade teacher, but my favorite part of this week is to help my children's teachers in their classrooms. I like to take time out of my schedule for them. I know they sometimes need all the help they can get! Stephanie
    stephanie.cox03@gmail.com

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  137. I have not given a gift to a teacher in 30 years. My children are all grown up with children of their own. Back in the "old" days, I did not make a gift, I just bought it at the store.
    The Rock Princess cartridge is cute and would be of us to me in making things for my granddaughters.
    Thanks for the chance to win,
    Hazel
    hdhall6002@sbcglobal.net

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  138. Hi, thanks for the chance to win! Last year I took the day off from work and volunteered as my son's pre-school teacher's aide! I helped all day long w/ school activities and classroom tasks. I also treated her to lunch and gave her a treat box I made, filled w/ all kinds of goodies. I'm very grateful for teachers! Yay!
    Cheers, Rocio

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  139. At Christmas we always get a mug decorate it and fill it with lots of candy! Love your youtube videos and your scrap space! Thanks so much:)

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  140. I usually make cookie bags and give to all the teachers, and resource teachers. I also have made handmade card sets for teacher appreciation. My husband is a teacher...and they REALLY do appreciate all the love they get this week.

    Thank for the chance,
    Ramona B.
    jbmb at comcast dot net

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  141. I did a cake for her birthday. You can see it here http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.307177669346925.72388.188470421217651&type=3#!/photo.php?fbid=307212079343484&set=a.307177669346925.72388.188470421217651&type=3&theater

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  142. My kids have a lot of fun with Teacher appreciation week. We've decorated packages of classroom supplies, framed wordart, made cute pencil boxes and made pens into flowers.

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  143. We are doing a basket for our teachers this year with a goodie from each letter of the alphabet. A- Apple, P- Pie, S - Sonic Gift Card etc. Its a ton of fun seeing what people have signed up for. My kids and I are doing the gathering and we'll put together the basket on Thursday night to present to the teachers on Friday.

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  144. Last year my son and I crafted a pencil holder/vase and filled it with green and blue flowers, with a cute card, and matching ribbon.

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  145. I don't have any kids so I don't have any teacher gifts to do. Thanks for the chance to win!

    jenlovcarr at aol dot com

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  146. I don't have kids in school anymore - I'm retired.

    Would love to win the cartridge and stamp set though!

    sb_427@yahoo.com

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  147. My son in law and daughter in law are both teachers I babysit for their children so they can teach other children and not worry about their own children. I also make everyone a birthday card when they are invited to a party!!!! (with my pink stamper collection!)

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  148. I send nice little thank you gifts for special things the teachers have done for my son.
    Megan H.
    mhcards at embarqmail dot com

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  149. I am a teacher, so I can say it's so nice when someone takes the time to let you know how much they appreciate your efforts in helping children. One of my most favorite memories is from earlier this school year. I had one student who just didn't understand long division. I worked with him on it, and he started to catch on. He passed a quiz over division, and he told me thank you because without my help, he would never have gotten it. It is moments like that that make me so glad I chose the profession I did. There is nothing better than helping a child see his/her worth. :0)

    Because it is Teacher Appreciation week, I put some small 3x3 cards together for my the teachers at my school. I used the crayon image from Simply Charmed and a notebook paper embossing folder. There is a quote on the inside that says, "The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery." I love how they turned out, and I can't wait to share them with my fellow teachers to show how much they are appreciated in our community. :0)

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  150. Well...since I am a teacher myself, this year I plan to make all my teacher friends little gifts. I want to try and make a little gift box from my new Tags, Bags, Boxes & More cartridge I just got (yes that's excitement in my voice) then put a Starbucks giftcard inside! We'll see what develops!

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  151. I homeschool my daughter...i hope that counts lol. I do little things for myself that help me relax and other family members help me out and cook dinner or clean for me but if I did have to do something for a teacher, I would vounleer in the classroom, make special gifts and cards at anytime and just generally do nice things for them as I would love for someone to do for me. Thanks for this awesome opportunity!

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  152. My Kid is going into Kindergarten this coming fall! I am so excited to be able to use some of my Apple stuff! I hope to be as involved and crafty with my kid as Robyn is with hers!

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  153. My boys are in high school and are too cool (they think) to give presents to their teachers. I usually make a card and a little treat bag for my daughters core teacher because she is in middle school and only wants to take something to her. So I am thinking I need to get moving on a little something for her teacher today. Thanks for the awesome giveaway. I think I see some MPS stamps in my future.

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  154. I love to make teacher treat bags with pencils, erasers, crayons,markers ect.. to give to them. I also make hand sanitizer covers on my embroidery machine. They are such a hit.

    nurses1977@yahoo.com
    Renea

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  155. Hi,
    being a fourth grader i do alot for my teachers. this year i made my teacher homade glitter nail polish and a poetry star that had school related poems. I topped it all off with a homemade card and some cardstock (she loves cardstock) anyway contact me @
    taylor@taylorstablecrafts.com

    my username is 9yearoldscrapper6/29
    thanks

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  156. fourth grader back. still want those autism speaks stamp lines
    thanx for the amaz givaway

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  157. I volunteered for our teacher appreciation lunches when my kids were in school. Thanks for the chance to win.
    Betsy
    Betsyb04@comcast.net

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  158. My favorite thing to make is treat bags. with something personal for the person receiving it. You have to get to know them a bit to know what they like. Thanks for always being so generous.

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  159. Our teacher appreciation was last week. My friend had a great idea which I stole and ran with. I created a movie night basket. I bought a popcorn bucket at dollar store, filled with popcorn, candy and 5 rentals for redbox. Created a cute tag with MPS stamps and viola! Both teachers sent me personal notes thanking me for the great gift. Its a winner for sure and one I can redo each year.

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  160. I LOVE Teacher Appreciation Day!! My kids' teachers are so amazing, and I truly do appreciate them all. Especially my 8 year old son's teacher.....he has Asperger's, and his teacher is AMAZING...goes out of her way to help him adjust to different situations and with coming up with solutions to help him out during difficult times. After hearing stories of what other's have went through with their schools that their autistic children are in, it makes me appreciate her even more!

    This year I borrowed an idea I discovered on the blog of none other than My Pink Stamper!! (I believe it was Cricut Series Video #11....I THINK). Anyhow, I made a stack of monogrammed notecards (10 each) for each of my youngest 3's teachers...Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade....with their first initial and their fav color & black. I LOVE how they turned out! We gave them to the teachers this morning, and I think they really liked them! For my oldest son, who is in middle school and has 5 different teachers, I made a goodie bag with some yummy treats inside for each of them. I need to get a picture of everything uploaded still, but I really enjoyed how everything turned out!

    izzyw0611@yahoo.com

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  161. candy bar bouquet is one of the favs to give-we made a neat poem using the names of the candy in it.

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  162. My sons 5th grade teacher was farmer in our community and always told the kids of his farm tails, and loved when the kids would ask about the farm. His name was McDonald and I decided that I would make a plastic canvas tissue holder in the shape of a barn and put McDonald above the barn door. He absolutely love it. When my son went back to his grade school after college he stopped in to see Mr McDonald and he had to call me to tell me that the tissue holder was still being used in his classroom.
    Janet Cooney
    sewwhat(421)(at)(aol)(dot)(com)

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  163. I used to clean house for a teacher. Then at different times of the year, I used to fix a meal and invite her over. On week-ends, sometimes, we would just walk around town to exercise her dog.

    Thanks for sharing your ideas, time, and talents with us.

    scrapbooknut67114 at gmail dot com

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  164. I don't have anyone in school, so I'm not planning anything for teacher appreciation week. However, my neice and I always make crafts for her teachers and bus driver for Christmas. Thanks for the chance to win. Really looking forward to the 18th!
    lflinesatcomcastdotnet

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  165. My daughter starts school this fall and my goal is to make sure that her teacher has a treat bag or gift not only for teacher appreciation week but also for most of the major holidays. And of course I'll be sure to use my pink stamper stamp sets that I just recently ordered from Custom Crops and Signature Crafts. I thank you for all your inspiration and ideas, it'll come in handy.
    Malinda

    mindy48656 at aol dot com

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  166. What a great giveaway. Thanks for the chance to win. I love this cartridge and your stamps to go along with it.

    barbsmith2536@yahoo.com

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  167. Awesome giveaway! My school doesn't really celebrate Teacher's week. If I could though, I can think of so many things that I could do. :)

    www.katelynco.blogspot.com

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  168. I am in the 7th grade. I usually give my teachers a summer themed gift, such as a beach bag or sun hat, or a Dunkin' Donuts gift card for male teachers. I also make them a cute card on my Cricut Mini. P.S. Robyn, you are the person who inspired me to get a Cricut! I love your personality and videos! Keep on Rockin!

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  169. I am in the 7th grade. I usually give my teachers a summer themed gift, such as a beach bag or sun hat, or a Dunkin' Donuts gift card for male teachers. I also make them a cute card on my Cricut Mini. P.S. Robyn, you are the person who inspired me to get a Cricut! I love your personality and videos! Keep on Rockin!
    The comment above this one is mine!!!! I forgot to type my name on the box! Sorry about that!!!!!!

    Luckycharm1799@aol.com

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  170. Okay this is really making me think! HA HA, it's been a while since I've taken gifts to the teacher, but I always seemed to bake something that the kids could help with. It may have been cookies or a quick bread, but the kids always were able to help and that was he best part!

    mimi2trentdrew.blogspot.com
    cbarwick@comcast.net

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  171. Great giveaways!! I have to go back to my school days....many moons ago!!! I always would stay after school to help my favorite teacher day after day, because I wanted to and she was such a blessing in my life. In return she gave me the top award for a 6th grade class at that time. Later in years my children just happened to have her as a sub and she knew who they were related to.... go figure what excitement I had when my children came home and told me who they had for a sub!

    mzcherub at gmail dot com

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  172. I'm a first grade teacher and appreciate the notes my kids write the best :) Of course all the "other stuff" is nice too!! :0
    -Suzanne suzyq28024@gmail.com

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  173. I don't have children, but one of my favorite things to do for teachers was walk around to all their classrooms on my birthday and offer each one a cupcake my mom made. They always were so grateful. :)

    Dawn
    DeeGeeScraps at gmail dot com

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  174. Teacher was one of the things i wanted to be growing up and when it comes to crafting i believe a whole new world comes along in every person. i wanna teach teach kids how meaningful, grateful, artistically, and fun art it:)

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  175. So fun! My Daughter and I went out and bought supplies for her Teacher. We made a special basket for each day of the week. She loved the balloons and basket of candies we delivered this morning!
    Carri~abusybee
    www.doubleclickconnections.blogspot.com

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  176. This last week I helped my daughter make a card for both her teacher and her assistant telling them why she appreciated them. It was really cute to hear all of the reasons she appreciated them. Thanks for the opportunity to win one of your stamp sets and this great cart.

    Heidi
    annmarkc at att dot net

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  177. Since my children have graduated from school, I opted to do something really special. I loaned my co-worker my cricut machine and 5 catridges so that she and her 8 year daughter could make personilzed goodie bags for the elementary teachers. They were delighted and excited to create some special goodie bags, and it opened up a whole new world of crafting for them. I love making someone's day special!!!

    robinbozie@gmail.com

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  178. Well it has been years but I always made sure my kid's teachers got special gifts at Christmas and end of school year.

    Tracy
    jtg0398 at sbcglobal dot net

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  179. It's been so long since I have had kids in school but I can remember doing little things for the teacher during the year and then the last day I gave something special. Thanks for the chance to win the cartridge and stamp set.

    lanejoy1@windstream.net

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  180. Since my youngest in 8th grade this year, it almost feels like it is the end of all the fun stuff at school. We made fun treat bags for all of his teachers and some of his favorite teachers during the past 9 years at school. I can't wait to send them to school on Friday.

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  181. As a teacher, I have been blessed by many sweet gifts from parents and students. Now that my girls have started school and I have a Cricut, my favorite gift that I've made is using an inexpensive metal bucket and putting personalized vinyl on it with some soaps and lotions inside.

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  182. This is the first year that my Grandson has been in School. I am making his Teacher a Card and some homemade gifts! Thanks for the chance to win! :0)
    cindymarshall63 at hotmail dot com

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  183. Gosh, my child is 40 today (Happy Birthday Joe)! It's been a few years since he was in school. I'm old and can't remember what I did for his teachers back in the 70's and 80's! Can I still enter to win?

    Love your website and can't wait to see what you are unveiling Friday (which by the way is my grandson's birthday).

    lauralu623@yahoo.com

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  184. I made my daughter's preschool teachers little purses cut from the Forever Young cart and then I filled them with a lip gloss and nail polish. They loved them!

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  185. Congrats!!! I haven't had to do anything for my kid's teachers yet ( too young still yay! ), but when I was younger my mom had this big beautiful blooming bush that she would clip flowers off of and we would wrap a wet paper towel around the bottom of the stems and take them to school that way! Thanks so much!
    Lisa

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  186. My kids when they were in school would give the teacher a fruit basket and a card.

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  187. You wont believe this. I went to pick up my daughter today and Ms. Carolyn was there. She was near tears and cleaning out her room. She isnt coming back. I am so bummed.

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  188. I make their favorite cupcakes. It's a challenge this year because one teacher needs gluten free. I'm looking for a good gluten free recipe!?! Love rock princess and all your stamps. Thanks for the chance to win them!! Michelle (maddyzmom36@yahoo.com)

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  189. I have volunteered to help many teachers in the past, and perhaps the most fun was helping my daughter's 3rd grade teacher decorate a hole for an indoor putt putt course. Ours won! Mrs. Brown was the best teacher, and worth all the work I put into that project.

    one4god3 at yahoo dot com

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  190. I made a goody bag with some snacks, card set, and made a welcome sign that can be hung in the classroom. Thanks for the chance to win:-)

    peaches581@Hotmail.com

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  191. I have yet to do it, but I plan on making my coteacher something special because she has been so awesome, and it's only been a month, and she will be great when i have to go on maternity leave :)

    spunkycrayon at yahoo dot com

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  192. My childrens teachers always enjoyed the gifts of Godiva chocolates we gave them!

    Patti
    buckskin@nemont.net

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  193. I have not had the opportunity to give to a teacher since I don't have children but my job (I work as an administrator in a preschool)has given me opportunities to spoil our teachers. This year we picked a paint theme so they are going to be getting a decorated paint can with paint cards that have notes the parents wrote on.

    nataliet02 at gmail dot com

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  194. I haven't made any teacher appreciation gifts, but I am a teacher so I thought I would tell you about the best gifts I have recieved. I have gotten a packet of seeds with a paper flower and a tag that read, "Thanks for helping me grow," a box of gummy bears with a ballon that read, "Thanks for all you do, " and six Hershey's kisses roses. What makes it even more special is that I teach middle school, so these kids make an effort to get these things just for me :-D

    Regina Leyva
    regina.l.leyva@gmail.com

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  195. We have teachers and therapists at the school I work at, and actually 5 women were/are pregnant. I made cards for all of them for our big baby shower celebration. The staff was able to sign all the cards.
    Thanks for the awesome giveaway!!

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  196. We made fabric flower pins to give today and a gumball necklace to give tomorrow. Tomorrow night we will be making apple-shaped cake pops.
    Thanks for another fun giveaway!
    mariah.99@hotmail.com

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  197. I may have to sneak a peek on my smartphone in the bathroom at work.......don't usually do that, but I don't know if I can wait until I get home from work to find out about your new stuff!

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  198. Mic (mairaic@yahoo.com.br)5/07/2012 9:10 PM

    At my kids school we have staff appreciation week.So we decorated a panel and added the week schedule. Today I baked some muffins for breakfast and other parents brought juice. Tomorrow we'll have a snack around 10 am with chips and dips and pop. I made some cute little bags with peppermint patties for "after"snack saying: Thank you for your Commit-Mint!Tomorrow they'll get a gift card, Thursday's lunch and Friday is a special gift. A freezable cup filled with goodies. I hope they liked it.

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  199. Baked goods are always a good treat that I like to do for the teachers. But I also like to do some kind of GC for them too.
    Thanks for the give away
    Amy - aburrelsman at msn dot com

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  200. I always made sure that we did something special through out the year for the teachers in my kids lives. My mother was a teacher for 32 years and I know how hard they work. Just because they leave the campus doesnt mean that they are done working. Mindy1qc@msn.com

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