It was my boys' last day of preschool today! It's actually a year-round school, but it was their last day with their current teachers who have loved and cared for them like they were family. I think it's always the most meaningful to write a handwritten note, but to step it up a notch, I added a little handmade banner and confetti to let them know they were THE BEST! My sister and I have this thing with "the best". It's the best donut, it's the best movie, it's the best book... we tend to think a lot of things are "the best", and these teachers really were the best!!
You could totally use this idea for any occasion by switching up the saying on the banner. How cute would it be to get a "congrats" or "happy birthday" party in an envelope?! I'd for sure go [delightfully] inappropriate when sending it to some of my friends... but we'll keep the blog PG.
Here's what you need:
2 pieces of washi tape
Time: 20 minutes
You can freehand cutting the letters or trace them out with pencil. I actually have a cutting machine but wanted it to look more homemade. I made the letters about 2 inches tall.
Using the scraps from cutting out the letters simply cut little squares to make confetti.
Punch holes through the top of the letters and string.
Tape one end of the string to a piece of cardstock and wrap the letters around it, securing the other end with tape when finished.
Fill envelope with confetti (and add a handwritten note)!
Voila! You've made the tiniest party in an envelope!
We'd love to see what you come up with! Tag us on instagram @loveandlion so we can see!