back to school tags I had made a few weeks ago. I then put crinkled up newspaper in it to fill the bottom, and covered it with Basket Accents Paper Shred. The original post I saw on Uncommon made a darling fabric bunting to go on their basket. I decided to go with a paper one. I went to Joann’s and picked up some co-ordinating red print scrapbook papers. I cut out five triangles and strung them up with some red ribbon and attached them to each side of the basket’s handle.
Now to fill the basket!
In our basket we included, a jar of homemade applebutter, three fresh apples, some teacher note cards, a number 2 pencil, and some apple shaped sugar cookies.
If you would like to make some homemade applebutter please read the tutorial here.
This is where I need your help!
Somebody out there in blogger land made up these note cards as a printable and I can’t remember who! I feel it is really important to give credit where credit is due, so if you made them first please let me know so I can put a link in. I have searched Google and Pinterest and I have NO idea where I saw them.
Anyways, I made up about twenty “A note from Miss Diana” note cards (printed on lightweight card stock) and put a red ribbon around them and stuck in a number two pencil.
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