This is the year I vowed to buy no gift wrap, no ribbon, and no tape, and promised myself I'd use up the scraps from previous years, and make the rest.
I ran out of tape yesterday, but have kept my promise so far, though I'm running low. Perhaps I'll hit the closet and check out this fascinating "furoshiki" - a gift wrap satchel.
I got my name on the board one time in elementary school. Once! I was no rascal.
I'd had an allergy attack, and there was a substitute teacher who wouldn't let me get out of my chair to throw away my used tissues. It was just sitting there on my desk, all soiled, and I had to get rid of it. So I had the brilliant idea to stash my tissue into a paper airplane, and then send it soaring towards the trashcan six feet away.
What can I say? I was eight.
Just so you know, it's really, really hard to find a St. Patrick's Day themed how-to project that's not 1) for kids 2) super cheesy or 3) for kids and super cheesy.
But, this easy Shamrock dollar bill is kinda fun. I say fold a couple of fives and use them to pay for your green beers tomorrow. Not that you would actually buy green beers. Cause that's ridiculous.