I remembered to take a picture before I gave it away! Hooray! The last thing I made was a Cars shirt for a friend's little boy, but I forgot to take a picture before I gave it away. That was months ago. I really have been in planning mode more than actual sewing mode. I've been tracing pieces to cut out in fabric at a later date and washing fabric, but the two haven't met in weeks. It's almost time to put away the summer sewing and begin the Fall/Winter sewing. Thankfully, I have a fabulous issue of Ottobre Woman to get me through the transition.
My son is starting Kindergarten next week. He's excited and plans to make tons of friends. I, however, am not as excited. There have been a couple of mornings with tears in my Frosted Mini-Wheats. Shortly after we moved to VA I enrolled my son in the local Gymboree. An art class at first till they opened a School Skills class. For a while we were there 3-4 times a week. We even had his 5th birthday party there. He's had two wonderful teachers that have always been really sweet to him and who he really loves. Today is his last day so I wanted to make sure they knew they were appreciated. Thanks to Pinterest I was able to make something really cute for them. Totebags and a snack!
These totes are from the directions from Skip To My Lou. I was already subscribed to this blog and saw this a while back, but when I did a search for teacher gifts this came up and I knew it's what I wanted to do. The outer fabrics are from Wal-mart on clearance. The inner fabrics were from Joann fabrics remnant bin. The directions were from reversible totes, and they are, but the inner fabrics are just plain white and beige.
Inside I put a special snack gift.
This is the idea and tag from Domesticated Lady. She did it in a smaller form, but I wanted to do it a little larger.
Both teachers seemed to really love them!