Monday Made It~ June 3rd

It might not be officially summertime for me, but I'm linking up with Tara for the summer series of Monday Made It :)
So, since it's my first summertime link up...this post is all about being glad it's {almost} summer.
I'm giving these treats to my son's teachers on Thursday.  {Luckily, I don't think any of them are readers of this here blog...and if they are, well, "Surprise"!}
I started off by finding the cute little orange slices at Coley's Corner.  {Click here for the free tag!}
I printed them, and used my fancy circle cutter (a fabulous find last summer) to cut them all within seconds.  OK, maybe not seconds...but it was pretty fast.
 Then, I punched a tiny hole in the top center.  That hole puncher is another of my favorite things.  Much like Oprah, but way cheaper than any of her favorite things.  It punches a little bitty hole that allows ribbon to stay in place and the tag stays snug.
Attached to the precious card is a cool orange/mango flavored water and a bag of goldfish.  Nothing fancy.  But, it's the thought, right?
Now, next Monday will officially be "summer" for me.  So, I'm hoping to see you next week with more than just a dinky teacher gift.  Hopefully.  That is unless the pool calls........
Head on over to my friend Tara's place and check out all of the awesome things that you will be busy making this summer.

20 comments

  1. Adorable:) Hang in there....the end is in sight:) Thanks for linking up before work my friend!!! Chat in a few, I'm sure;) Hugs!

    4th Grade Frolics

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  2. LOVE this idea! It's adorable and looks so easy. My kind of project. :) Enjoy your summer!

    Krista
    Stellar-Students

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  3. So cute! Love the gift you are so thoughtful. I also like the circle cutter. I've never seen one before and will have to look for one of my own. Thanks for sharing!

    Erica
    Shepherd's Shining Stars

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  4. I have been eye-balling a circle cutter for about a year now and never took the plunge, but I just might now! The teacher's will love it! I have a linky about "Must Have Mondays" (it started because of Oprah's favorite things, lol) and would love for you to link up!

    Happy count down!

    Sabra
    Teaching with a Touch of Twang

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  5. How stinkin' cute is that!!! I love it! Simple but cute and thoughtful!!

    Amanda
    Collaboration Cuties

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  6. I NEED that circle cutter!!! I have been looking for one!!

    Kaci
    Mrs. Hoffer's Spot

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  7. It is totally the thought that counts! I would be thrilled to have something cute like this as a gift:) Love that circle cutter...that is one item on my to-buy list!
    ~Holly
    Fourth Grade Flipper

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  8. I love it and it is definitely the thought that counts. I sure would have been ecstatic if a student brought something like that for me!
    Gina
    Third Grade Tidbits

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  9. We sure did have the same idea huh? Great minds think alike! You did a great job!!!

    Tonya
    Tonya’s Treats for Teachers

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  10. It took me a few tries to figure out my fancy circle cutter, but now that I have. I love it!

    Cute idea! We had orange day at school today! This would have been perfect!

    Hang in there! Summer is nearly here!
    Kristin
    Teachntex

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  11. Next Monday will be summer for me, too! :) I love your crafty gift...super cute!

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  12. ooooo...I love these E!!! I know they will adore them too (you cracked me up with the "surprise!"). I love love love the circle cutter still...I've been dying to use it but don't really have an excuse. Wait, didn't have an excuse, now I do thanks you!

    HAPPY LAST WEEK!!! :) :)

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  13. Those are so cute! I'll have to pin it so I can remember it for next year. Great job!

    Kelly
    I'm Not Your Grandpa, I'm Your Teacher

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  14. Oh my gosh...the "surprise" comment had me cracking up! hee hee :)

    I love the circle cutter! Where did you get it? Great idea too for a gift. Could be my gift to the students!

    Stephanie
    Teaching in Room 6

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  15. Very cute idea! I need to buy a circle cutter, too.

    Foreman Teaches

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