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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Ice Cream Social in a Box! --Teacher Gift

Here's a 'COOL' gift to give!


Ice Cream Social in a Box.  (Just add the ice cream!)
Here's how we made ours.


Using packing boxes we had around the house,
I wrapped each box with bright red polka dot paper.


I wanted the box to be able to open and close, without needing to rip off the paper...
so, I had to use quite a bit of paper and tape to cover the entire thing--inside and out.


I used my tiny Bagettes (mini ziplocs- found at Michaels in the jewelry section)
to hold the sprinkles.
Bigger ziplocs and cellophane bags were used to hold the other goodies.


I bought lots of different cones on sale at my local grocery store and packaged them up.


Here's all the goodies.


After packing everything in our wrapped boxes,
we placed a $10. Baskin Robbins gift certificate on top.


I punched a hole in the top flaps of the box and threaded ribbon through.
A double knot held it secure.


I tied the ribbon into a bow and added a tag.


How cute is this for the 'Sundae' School Teacher?  (Get it?)


And here's one for my son's 4th grade teacher.

Don't you just love a gift that can be enjoyed by the entire family?
Hope you find time for an ice cream social this Christmas!



25 comments :

  1. Michelle, you sure do have some great ideas!! I love it!

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  2. This is so cute! :-) Thanks for stopping by my blog today and leaving a comment!

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  3. Super cute idea, have not seen that before! Laura

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  4. Dang it! I was going to copy this and give it to Scott & Laura!

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  5. I'm so glad that you like the idea. Thanks for letting me know you wrote about it!

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  6. Pinning!
    I love your site! Thank you for sharing your wonderful ideas!

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  7. What a cute present for a teacher! That is so creative!

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  8. This is a spectacular idea. I wish we had 31 flavors by us still! The little sample spoons are making my mouth water!

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  9. This is such a cute idea! I bet my neighbors with children would love something like this as a gift! thanks for sharing!!

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  10. Hi, I love this idea! It's right up my crafty alley. I'm going to start following your blog, and look forward to your upcoming ideas.

    Come on over to my blog and see what teacher gifts I've created.

    Happy holidays!

    Doreen
    Http:/altered-artworks.blogspot.com

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  11. Such a cute idea! We would love you to share this at Sixsistersstuff.com on Saturday for our Strut Your Stuff Link Party. Hope to see you there!
    Kristen - one of the sisters

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  12. What a FUN gift to receive! You are sweet to think of posting this idea for all of us! Thanks!!!

    Visiting via: TT &J linky party,
    Smiles, Suzanne in NW Illinois

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  13. This is such a cute idea! I love the way you wrapped up the box...and the not for the Sunday School teacher is adorable! Stopping by from Serenity Now.

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  14. Fantastic gift idea and beautifully packaged!

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  15. That is so cute; what teacher (or anyone) wouldn't love getting this for a gift! Merry Christmas!

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  16. Great idea Michelle! Anyone would love this:) Thanks for linking up to Friday Frolic!

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  17. Okay I am thinking I need to be put on your Gift Giving list... :) this is such a Fantastic idea... I would love for you to share it here http://shoprubyjean.com/2011/12/sew-crafty-tuesday-linky-2-and-highlights/

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  18. What a great gift!! This is extra cute! I would love for you to share this at my special holiday linky party going on right now! http://everything-underthemoon.blogspot.com/2011/12/12-days-of-christmas-holiday-linky.html

    Happy Holidays to you and yours!!
    ~Nikki ...xoxo

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  19. What a great gift idea. Will have to use it next year.

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  20. What a fun idea for a teacher gift! I'm saving this idea for teacher appreciation week in May. :)
    I featured your ice cream box at this week's Terrific Under Ten Tuesday! http://www.athomewithk.blogspot.com/2011/12/terrific-under-ten-tuesday-44.html

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  21. I saw where you said this had been a popular post. I pinned it and within minutes 8 people had repinned it. Who knows how many more have repinned it from them! ;D

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  22. Hey Michelle. I looked on your blog your collection was boom. I appreciate your ideas. but,dear i m searching for some ideas about Send gifts to Pakistan can your help me about it.

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