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Teacher Appreciation Printable Tags

Teacher Appreciation Week is just a couple of weeks away–starting May 7th–and we are sharing a few ideas today to get your teacher gift ideas started. We created these teacher appreciation printable tags that you can download for FREE, but just for a limited time! It’s the perfect reason to say “Thank you, Teacher!”

Everyday Party Magazine found this cute little gift basket at Target that makes this teacher appreciation gift really easy, but these printable tags make it really easy to create your own Teacher Gift!

This particular little bucket came with lemonade mix, so we created the adorable matching “when teaching gives you lemons” tag to match. But what I love about the design is that you can use the tag to go along with your own basket or DIY Teacher Gift idea! Just use the printable tag as a small thank you note to teachers.

For those of you that want to know what “day” Teacher Appreciation Day is to send in your gift, it’s Tuesday, May 8, 2018. Use these as teacher gift tags or even as cards for teachers. Pair with a small teacher gift or thank you message and you’re set! Everyday Party Magazine is sharing two other tags for FREE (for a limited time!) as well!

This “Tea-rrific” Teacher Gift Tag is paired with some tea and scone mix in another small basket from Target, but could easily work with some Starbucks gift cards or boxes of tea. We love the large flower pattern in orange and pink; it feels like springtime!

This small teacher appreciation gift basket from Target came with Mojito drink ingredients, but this tag would work with a bottle of wine, a liquor store gift card, and can be used year round for other occasions (I’m thinking my mom could use this after she keeps my kids for the weekend)! And yes, we all know our kids make the teachers drink (even if just a little). HAHA!

You can get these FREE TEACHER APPRECIATION PRINTABLES for just a few short days, and then they’ll be listed in the Everyday Party Magazine shop!

You can find the Lemonade Teacher Gift Tag HERE.

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD FREE TEACHER GIFT PRINTABLE TAG

To get the other two tags, HEAD OVER TO EVERYDAY PARTY MAGAZINE

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Easy Valentine’s Day Gift for Him with FREE Printable Download

Valentine’s Day gifts are tough. Especially for guys! This year, we are making it easy for you with our Printable Valentine’s Day Gift Certificate for Him!

You could use these certificates for anyone (for an easy gift for a boyfriend, child, friend) as a quick Valentine’s Day gift! Just fill in the gift of your choosing, and put it in a card or even wrap it up in a small box! You could even use it as a simple romantic Valentine’s Day gift (my husband made me add that idea!)

Snag your FREE Printable Gift Certificates HERE

Need other Easy Valentine Day Gifts for Guys? Check out the recipe for our Heart Shaped Chocolate Chip Cookie, perfect for a homemade gift!

CLICK HERE FOR THE CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE CAKE RECIPE

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How to Make a T-shirt from a Hand Lettered Design

I’m really excited to share this Valentine’s Day project using my Cricut Maker! If you read my previous post (CLICK HERE TO READ), you’ll know that I am practicing hand lettering as one of my 2018 resolutions, and one of my favorite crafting hobbies is making projects with my Cricut Maker (BUY ONE HERE), so I thought I’d combine the two! I decided to make a Valentine’s Day t-shirt for my youngest daughter using one of my hand lettered sketches by turning the sketch into an image that can be imported and cut in Cricut Design Space from Cricut Iron-On Vinyl. And, head to the end of the post to see the rest of the Valentine Cricut Projects from some of my blogger friends!

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This is the hand-lettered sketch I started with–just a simple design on a piece of scratch paper using a fine point Sharpie marker:

First, take a picture of your sketch with your phone or camera (I used my iPhone 7) in as good of light as you can. Then, you need to open your photo in whatever photo-editing software you have access to or use regularly. I use Adobe Photoshop, but there are tons of free options. You just want to use something to lighten up your photo and enhance the contrast of the text so it’s easier to load in Cricut Design Space. Here is the brightness setting if you’re using Photoshop.

If you look in the corner of the picture above and then at the picture below, you can see the difference in color/brightness. Crop your image and save it as a jpeg.

Once you have it saved, you need to head over to Cricut Design and start a new project. On the bottom left hand side you are going to click on the “Upload” tab and you’ll get this screen:

Click the “upload image” button and choose the image you saved.

Since the image is just black and white, Cricut considers that a “Simple” design, so choose that option and then continue:

Now you need to take out or “erase” all of the areas that are white/that you don’t want to cut.

Just use your mouse and click on the white areas (don’t forget in the middle of the letters!) so your image looks like this (here’s a close up):

(Here’s the full screen):

Since I’ll be cutting this file out of Iron-On Vinyl, I chose the Right side: “Save as a cut image” then click “Save” to continue:

Click the image you uploaded and insert it onto your canvas:

You’re ready to cut!

Make sure when you cut the file, you turn on the “Mirror” setting:

I used a light pink Cricut Iron-On vinyl (I know it looks white in the pictures) and the Cricut EasyPress (BUY IT HERE) to iron the design onto the shirt:

I love how it turned out! And once you get the hang of it, it’s really easy to make your own sketches into Cricut Design Space files that can be cut. So easy that I’m sure I’ll be using this technique again and again.

If you’d like save some time and make this t-shirt using my handwritten drawing to import into Cricut Design Space, DOWNLOAD IT HERE.


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Happy New Year and a FREE Calendar Download!

Happy New Year from Pineapple Paper Co! Today is the first day the kids went back to school, which is essentially the first day of 2018 for me. During their holiday break, I truly make an effort to relax, not worry about work, and just spend quality time with them. But when they go back to school, it’s game on! I’m ready to organize the house, start goal planning, and start knocking out those resolutions. The first place I’m starting is filling out the calendar for the next couple of months–with basketball games, dance classes, and other commitments it’s always surprising how quickly the weekends fill up. This is the second year in a row I’ve designed a Printable Calendar for Everyday Party Magazine, and she’s sharing it with everyone to use in the New Year! I used my FAVORITE pattern (buffalo plaid, of course) and accented it with a clean, emerald green font. Head over to her BLOG to download your copy!

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE PRINTABLE 2018 CALENDAR

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Movie Night Gift Basket FREE Printable with Everyday Party Magazine

Jess from Everyday Party Magazine created an ADORABLE monogrammed plaid basket (from the Target dollar spot!) with a “movie night” theme for a Teacher Gift. She filled it with candy, popcorn, and soda, and a free movie night coupon! SEE THE FULL POST AT EVERYDAY PARTY MAGAZINE HERE.

We created the free movie night coupon (with space for a redbox code) and we are sharing the FREE PRINTABLE with you!

Perfect for a teacher gift or a stocking stuffer, there’s a full sheet for you to print!

CLICK HERE TO PRINT THE FREE MOVIE NIGHT COUPON

 

FREE Last Minute Halloween Printables

Happy Halloween Eve! For your last minute Halloween treats, we are sharing our FREE Witch Hat 2″ Party Circles (or cupcake toppers)!

Use them as stickers on treat bags, as printed tags hanging from string, or as cupcake toppers! Hope you enjoy them!

To download your FREE Full Sheet of Printable Toppers, CLICK HERE.

Blueberry Scones FREE Printable Tag and Recipe

Happy Friday everyone! Our lovely friend Jessica over at Everyday Party Magazine is recovering well (if her power would stay on she’d be better) from Hurricane Irma, and to prep for Irma, she baked. A LOT. Enough where she handed out baked goods to her friends and neighbors that were also prepping for the huge storm. Luckily for all of us, she’s shared her recipe for these delicious blueberry scones over on her blog. And it is SO easy!!!

Blueberry Scones Recipe

CLICK HERE FOR THE RECIPE

And, to make it the perfect gift, we are sharing a FREE Printable Tag over on her website as well!

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE PRINTABLE TAGS

As we head into Fall, baked gifts are a great idea to share with family and friends, and can easily be crafted into a gift for the upcoming holidays. It’s something everyone will love! Have a great weekend!

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Back to School Mini Notes with Everyday Party Magazine

The last of the kids are going back to school this week, so today we are sharing a FREE download of our Mini Notes/Stickers!

These printable notes were first shared on the Everyday Party Magazine blog, for their school supply swap party. CLICK HERE to see the details!

Here is how Everyday Party Magazine used our printables with Goldfish crackers:

Each page has 6 notes that can be printed on heavy paper or even sticker paper to send with your kids this week, or anytime really!

To download your FREE set of printables, CLICK HERE!

We hope everyone has an awesome day!

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Back to School Lunch Bag Sticker (FREE Printable!)

Today was the first day of school for my two older children, so I planned a little surprise for them at lunch: these classic and easy DIY lunch bag stickers!

Back to School Lunch Bag Stickers

And, if your kids haven’t started school yet, we are sharing a full page of these printable stickers for FREE!

All you need is a printable sticker sheet or printable full sheet mailing label and you can print these on your home computer. Cut them out, peel the backing off, stick to your child’s lunch bag and you are all done.

DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE PRINTABLE LUNCH BAG STICKERS HERE.

 

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4th of July Free Printable Cupcake Toppers

If you’re planning a last minute party for the 4th of July tomorrow, you’ve come to the right place! Today we are sharing FREE Printable 4th of July Patriotic Cupcake Toppers that you can print at home and make by tomorrow!

4th of July FREE Cupcake Toppers

They’re easy to use: just print on your home printer (or send to a local printer) and cut out circles with a 2″ circle punch. Attach to small lollipop sticks, cupcake wrappers, snack bags, water bottles, or anything you’d like to make more patriotic!

Our friend Jessica over at Everyday Party Magazine used them for a “Party in a Box” to surprise a family in the military. As she did, you can also use the toppers as stickers if you print them out on sticker paper/full sheet label:

(Photo courtesy of Everyday Party Magazine)

To read more about the “Party in a Box” from Everyday Party Magazine, and find out more about supporting our brave troops and their families, visit her blog post HERE.

To download your copy of our FREE 4th of July Printable Cupcake Toppers, click HERE.

 

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