My latest post on SC Johnson’s Family Economics shares free printables I designed for creating gift coupons! At the risk of my kids actually reading my blog this week (really, the odds are in my favor,) I am sharing the coupons I created for them.
Using the graphics provided over on my SCJ post, I reduced the images to fit 6 to a sheet and printed out several of each. I stitched the small stacks to manilla folder stock using my sewing machine.Folding over at the seam,and folding over one more time to the back.I then trimmed off the excess thread and cardstock to make the little coupon books for my kids. They are gifts of iTunes music, movies and apps, since they have access to my iTunes account.
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