Monday, June 4, 2012

a gift for a "bright" graduate

I was so inspired when I found light bulb jars at Hobby Lobby.  I've seen so many clever things done with old light bulbs, but I had no idea there were actual light bulb jars!  I got a little excited.  I just thought it was pretty cool.

So I got a few and made little treats for graduates.  (These jars are filled with lemon heads.)  You could make some cute printable tags, but I had these yellow Martha Stewart tags in my stash just waiting to be used.

Ideas for messages:
"Your future looks bright"
"You're one bright kid" get the idea here :)

You could even pretty 'em up a little more with ribbons in the school colors and such.
These were for a couple of older boys, so I didn't think they'd care so much for 
all that ribbon and frilly stuff :)


Amber *SaltTree* said...

Those are super cute! I've never seen lightbulb jars here, but how perfect for your craft :) I'd love for you to link this up at my link party going on now, Hope to see you there! - Amber

Linda @ Two Succulent Sisters said...

Of course I had to "pin" this. I love this so much. I wish they came in plastic for the littler kids and possibly for other uses? But thanks for posting that great idea!!!

Sarah Jenkins said...

These are so sweet! I'm a new follower and I’d love for you to share this project on Tuesday’s Tidbits @ Naptime Delights:

Thanks so much!

Partycraft Secrets said...

so cool - the 'bright future' is my fav! I could totally imagine using these as party favours!!
... I'm sort of into party-crat - hence my blog:
I'm your newest follower, would love you to come visit my party too!
Off to read some more of your posts! x

Tara said...

Toooo cute! I love it. These would make great party favors or class gifts as well.

xo, Jersey Girl said...

What a cute idea!!

Happy to be your newest follower! Found you through the blog hop.

Hope you get a chance to check out my blog <3

xo, Jersey Girl

Angela said...

These are sooo cute and creative! Love it!!! :)

Shooting Stars Mag said...

I didn't know these existed either. How fun. Thanks for sharing. I just pinned this- Lauren Becker

*always comment back*

DebbieDoesCreations said...

Those are the cutest things ever. Who knew they had light bulb jars! Thanks so much for sharing at Toot Your Horn Tuesday :) You made my day!

Connie said...

Love this project! Have you linked it up with me yet at Wow Us Wednesday?

Mandy Coffey said...

So clever! Pinned :)


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