Thursday, August 25, 2016

Box Tops Box!

Found this galvanized metal canister in the Target Dollar Spot!  Perfect for collecting Box Tops for Education!
As soon as I stumbled upon this galvanized canister in the Dollar Spot at Target, I knew I had to have it!  Right away I thought, "PERFECT for BOX TOPS!"  
Love this cute little canister for collecting Box Tops!
It's about the size of a Kleenex box... so it's big enough to hold hundreds of Box Tops but small enough to not take up much space in your classroom.  To collect Box Tops in the school library or front office, just use a shoe box!  Cover it with cute wrapping paper.  Use an X-Acto knife to cut a hole in the middle of the wrapped box.
Great idea for collecting Box Tops... Use a cute little canister in your classroom & a large shoe box with a hole cut in the middle for the front office
My X-Acto cutting skills were awful today, so I disguised my crooked cutting with some washi tape around the edges of the hole.  So cute & easy!
Cover a large shoe box with cute wrapping paper.  Use an X-Acto knife to cut a hole in the middle of the box.  Put washi tape around the edges of the hole to add some extra cuteness.  Now you are ready to collect Box Tops in your classroom
I love the idea of sending home a Ziploc baggie with a note that reminds parents to save their Box Tops and send them to school. 
Michelle from Michelle's Charm World suggests printing your note on an Avery label and sticking it on each baggie.  LOVE IT!
Samantha from Simply Organized clips her baggie to the side of her fridge.  So easy to just slip the Box Tops inside the open baggie after you cut them out.  
Love this metal canister from the Target Dollar Spot for collecting Box Tops
Get yourself to Target ASAP!  ;) 

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