Friday, February 19, 2010

Clean Hands. Cute Bottles.

 

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I found the cutest little project.

I would love to claim it as my own.

I have always been told that creativity is not revealing ones source.

I have also been taught that honesty is the best policy.

Therefore, I will reveal that I found the project here.

Chris is one creative girl!

Since last week was Valentine’s Day, I couldn’t resist making a few.

I also couldn’t resist sharing the fun with you.

Teacher Appreciation week is just around the corner.

And St. Patrick’s Day.

And Easter.

Sorry I got a little ahead of myself.

Shall we get started?

Go out and buy bottles of hand sanitizer.

With the pumps.

Any brand will do.

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Carefully peel off all the labels so you have a clean surface.

I used a product called goo-gone to remove any sticky residue left by the labels.

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Buy lots of pretty ribbon.

When you think you have enough…buy a few more rolls.

Just to be sure.

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Find some fun stickers to go with your theme.

I chose letters, because I am a monogram kind of girl.

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Place your monogram on the middle of your bottle.

Tie on lots of pretty ribbon.

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Give one to all the teachers in your life.

And your germaphobe friends.

Just don’t forget to keep one for yourself!

6 comments:

Hailey said...

So cute! Stealing this idea for Easter party at preschool. Thanks!

Kelli @ writing the waves said...

I have a germaphobe friend that would LOVE these. haha :) Cute idea!

Shana said...

Cute idea! I am making one for my desk at school!

Ashley said...

I wish your kids were in my class~

Krystyn said...

What a super cute idea. I wish my students would do something so sweet. Instead, they just use mine!

Elaine A. said...

Great idea! You're such a nice "thief" to share! ;-)

By the way, how are you?