have parents bring a current pic of their child. Mark the year on back so they can use as Easter keepsake.
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All you need is an empty Kleenex box. Oh, and cash. Dollar bills. Tape the dollar bills together end to end with Scotch tape. Obviously the more dollar bills the greater the “WOW.” Stuff them in the Kleenex box with just one dollar sticking out of the box. It’s fun to watch someone’s eyes grow wider as they pull out the dollars that go on and on. Make a tag that says: Don’t blow it all in one place. Happy Birthday.
For the next time someone asks for money instead of a gift... think teenagers. The disappointment when they unwrap a candy box, only to be surprised when they open the candy box! - Click image to find more diy & crafts Pinterest pins
Send a box full of balloons with notes/money inside each one. Wont weigh much to ship! Great for niece and nephew birthdays. I want to do this!!
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DIY ~ Gifts Made similar ones on the cheap. $5 towel at walmart then went to the dollar store grabbed a crossword/sudoku book (magazines are sometimes $5-7), sunglasses and sunblock. Totaled out at $9.50 per teacher.
Use spaghetti jar or pickle jar. Place toilet paper roll in center. Pour unwrapped bite-sized candies in jar- AROUND TP ROLL. Stuff money in...