The original post (and free download) is HERE. It remains one of my most pinned resources and even made it onto Buzzfeed's 25 Clever Classroom Tips last year!
I have the kids leave this pass on their desk/at their table spot when they use the restroom. When they get back, they put the pass back and use the hand sanitizer. It's an added layer of germ-killing! This system also makes it easy for me to see who is out of the room.
I wanted to make something more snazzy for class, so I present the newest version of my bathroom passes made with the help of my Silhouette Cameo:
One thing I love about this performance-grade vinyl is that it can hold up against moisture. This is important not just because it will probably get hand sanitizer on it, but it also can be wiped down with a Clorox wipe anytime to keep it germ-free (especially important this time of year!!).
Another reason these are so great is that these containers can be refilled throughout the whole year and always look new and sleek. You can get the bulk hand sanitizer and just refill them, saving the need to buy lots of new containers, so it's better for our planet :)
I bought the sanitizer from the Dollar Store and the front sticker came off very easily. I used the familiar bathroom icons, KG The Last Time font, and some blue and pink vinyl scraps.
I hope this gave you another idea for how you can use your vinyl cutting machine. Thanks so much for stopping by and I hope you're still staying warm in this long winter season!