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Teacher Quote Apple Shaker


Tami here with you on the blog today.

It's hard to believe but Summer is almost over! And that means it almost time for the kiddos to head back to school!

Whether it's in person or remote, teacher's all over are gearing up and getting ready to for their new classes.

Teacher's have a very important job and Covid is making their already challenging occupation even more so.

How about crafting a little something to send to your child's new teacher to let them know you appreciate them.

This project is very easy and your kids can even help with it. In fact, it will be much better if they DO help!

I used Clear Scrap's Mini Apple Shaker to hold a simple quote: "Teaching is (heart) work...


I used a piece of writing paper to pencil the quote on. It would be an even more special gift if your child wrote the quote in their handwriting.

I colored the heart in with a red colored pencil; also something your child could do.

I colored the apple with red ink, and the stem and leaf with 2 colors of green ink. 

You could glue a magnet on the back. Or make this a tag on a gift bag if you had an additional gift, by adhering a ribbon to the back.

You could also adhere this shaker to a card and add a note or have your child write the teacher a note inside.

Let's remember to give our teacher's an extra pat on the back for all the terrific work they do on behalf of our children!

Thanks for visiting the Clear Scraps' Blog today! Please drop back by soon to see what other projects the other awesome design team members have to share with you.


Clear Scraps:

Mini Apple Shaker


Ranger: Oxide Inks, Clear Snap: ColorBox Stylus & Tips, Beacon Adhesives: Zip Dry, Writing Tablet Page and Pencil


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