Here is the tote from the last post with the side pockets all filled up with treats and supplies and the center holding a vase of roses. We included things like post-its, glue sticks, pens, pencils, York Peppermint Patties, hand sanitizer, and tissues. The boys wanted to include a box of band-aids, but the boxes were too big for the pockets.
This one is made from the same pattern. It was for the other kid's teacher (she loves the Detroit Tigers!). Each of the boys picked out the flowers themselves. There was no question that this tote needed orange and blue flowers.
Finally, here are the cards that went with the totes. The "I" and "MY" are die cut from the white panel using a Papertrey Ink die set, allowing the black background to show through. The white panel is popped up with foam squares for extra dimension. The apple is a stamp, also from Papertrey Ink, that has been stamped and then covered in Glossy Accents. The "teacher" is die cut from Tim Holtz glimmer paper, using a another Papertrey Ink die.