Helping Teachers

This amazing craft can help teachers throughout the world. I made this creation in a form of appreciation for all teachers and the amazing work they do day by day. It's very easy to make, in a couple of steps I'll show you how to make this multifunctional craft.


- 2 boxes

- Construction Paper

- X-acto Knife

- Scissors

- Magnets

- Piece of metal (Whatever object you could find at home)

- 4 plastic bottles

- Cork material

- Tape

- Glue

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Step 1: Step 1

Cover one of the boxes with construction paper. Use a cap of a jar at home to trace the circles. Cut the circle with the X-acto knife. Put a plastic bottle inside and cut what is left out. Paste it with tape and repeat it 4 times.

Step 2: Step 2

Once you are done, cover it with construction paper again so it is ended up neater. Grab the other box, with a marker trace how much cork material you will need and cut it out. Cover up the box with construction paper and then past the cork material with glue.

Step 3: Step 3

Use the piece of metal and paste it centered on the top of the box. Paste both boxes, then use magnets to decorate the front. In the 4 circles, fill them out with what you want and need. On the back, you can use the cork as you want and is more useful to you.

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