I’ll Get Right to the Point

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Personalized Pencils

My daughter started 2nd grade today so I thought it fitting to do a post on these adorable personalized pencils from Go Hobo in honor of our official back to school day.

These fun Go Hobo personalized pencils found on Etsy come in sets of five for $6 and can be personalized with any saying of your choosing up to 30 characters.

They are all handmade on a Kingsley Press, printed one by one in hot foil (color of your choice.)

The ideas on what you can do with these are endless.

I am thinking personalized pencil party favors (gotta love a favor that will actually be USED), personalized pencil teacher gifts, personalized pencil class gifts, personalized pencil birthday gifts, back to school gifts, I could go on and on.

Because really, who couldn’t use a good pencil?

I think I am going to do personalized pencil Valentines this year for the class with a little note like, “I think you’re sharp” or “I’ll get right to the point – will you be my Valentine?”

I mean, how cute is that?!

Visit www.gohobo.etsy.com to shop.

For all you moms out there with kids back to school – hope your transitions have gone smoothly. Cheers!

[Disclosure: I received my tinyoranges.com pencils as a gift and they were so cute I had to blog about them!]

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Fishbowl Classroom Valentines Idea

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I saw this idea for a fishbowl Valentine on Pinterest and make them for my daughter Morgan’s preschool class. It says “glad we’re in the same school!” and you put Swedish fish in the baggie. I am seriously geeking out on how cute they are.

You can buy the DIY printable here on etsy. I had my downloadable file within the hour and was able to get these done quickly.

Supplies needed: 

* White heavy cardstock

* Clear favor bags (I got mine at Michaels)

* Swedish fish (oddly enough I bought mine at Staples by the checkout line)

* Valentine-themed ribbon


Print the fishbowls on cardstock (they come 4 to a page), cut them out, put them in a clear favor baggie with a few Swedish fish, tie with a Valentine-themed ribbon and you are ready to melt some hearts with cuteness.

It was the cheapest, easiest, cutest Valentine’s Day goodie ever! Hope you enjoy! Any other cute ideas that you guys are doing for your little one’s valentines?

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