Finally, I’m back and can share my fun Box Tops Collection Jar with all of you. I took it to my daughter’s school for her teacher and she loved it. It is now sitting on her desk for the kids to fill up during the year, hope they fill it up many times over this school year.
Box Tops are awesome and even better when you get Bonus Box Tops like I mention in a previous post a few days ago. If you haven’t seen my post check it out here. Currently Walmart and General Mills have teamed up and are offering on a bunch of different products Bonus Box Tops 5 to be exact. YES!!! 5 Box Tops per product from El Paso Taco Shells to Betty Crocker Fruit Gummies, many are participating and I highly encourage you to create your meal plan around any of the Box Tops products to give back to your kids school the easy way. Can’t get any easier than that.
So without further Attu, here is this very simple and I mean, very simple Box Tops Collection Jar that if you have a glass jar, preferably one with a screw on ring you can do this. Oh, you need a printer, too or just send it to Walmart for them to print it for you, simple as that.
This is what you need:
1 Glass Jar with a Screw on lid
1 carton (I used my Go-Gurt Box) and cut out a circle
Print the picture I created below (I printed it on 20% of the paper, that way it got small enough for the jar)
Lots of Box Tops
Simple as that. Print your Box Tops Collection Label, tape it to the front of your jar, I used regular tape to hold it in place, cut the cardboard box into the size of my jar opening and cut out a small strip where the box tops would fit through; screwed it all together and voila, your collection jar is done!
How easy was that? Now you will never loose the plastic baggie full of Box Tops or your kids teacher will have a nice place on her desk, visible to all the kids at all time to collect the Box Tops for the school. Love it!
You do collect your box tops, right? They are on many many many products and are worth $.10 for each Box Top Collected; now with the Bonus Box Tops at Walmart that actually means $.50 per product that you can give back to your school. No extra money to spend, no additional hoops to jump through, just buy the products you and your family already loves, cut out the Box Tops and turn them into your child’s teacher. Simple as that and your school will earn money and will get actual cash to use on ANYTHING they like or need for the school. There is no limit on how much a school can earn, too. How awesome is that?
Box Tops are awesome and such a great way for everyone, I mean everyone from Neighbors to Grandparents can help and support local schools, even if they don’t have any kids in school, they are “NOT” state specific so you could always mail them to friends and family across the Nation or just make a local school teacher’s day and surprise them with a baggie (or Collection Jar) full every so often. Trust me it is APPRECIATED and will help tremendously!
There you have my 10 cents worth of how much we LOVE our Box Tops and how easy it can be to help our school whether it be in your local community or across the nation. Pick up your scissors and get cutting, don’t ever put those precious Box Tops in the recycle box, that is lost money down the drain :-(.
Do you have a school that you regularly share your Box Tops with? Would love to hear your story, leave me a comment below.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of General Mills®. The opinions and text are all mine.