I don't do a whole lot for my kids' birthdays, typically just a pencil and a birthday card....maybe a piece of candy. I have found in the past that they just want to be recognized on their birthday, and something simple can be all it takes to bring a smile to their face. I made these birthday pencil toppers that you may like. Just print them off, laminate, and tape to a pencil. Get them all ready at the beginning of the year and then all you have to do is grab one from the can on their birthday. I cut around mine using pinking shears. I have also included a style that could work for a button instead of a pencil topper. It says, "It's my birthday." After you laminate those, just hot glue a metal button backing that you can get in the jewelry section of Wal-Mart or a craft store like Hobby Lobby. Enjoy!
As always, I love comments, so say hello sometimes when you stop by. :-)
|Feel free to pin. Just hover over the image.|
The can above is a soup can that I spray painted.
The pencils came from the Dollar Spot at Target.
Share the Sweetness!
Thank you for helping to spread the word about Classroom Confections.
We appreciate you 'liking' us on facebook, tweeting about us, or pinning us on Pinterest.