Teacher Appreciation Gift - Free Printable

I know that everyone's kids are already out of school... so I'm a little late on this one... BUT my daughter is finishing her last week of Preschool this Friday! She goes to a year-round preschool, so we chose to let her stay for an extra month! 

This week we put together her teacher appreciation gifts.

They were super easy to put together, very inexpensive, and a great summer gift giving idea! 

Plus... they are really cute!! 

I put together the printables for you in case you want to Pin It now and save it for later!! 

I created these round label tags for my 2.5" round punch. You can find a punch that size at most hobby/craft stores or online. Mine is from EKSuccess and I LOVE it!! If you don't have a punch, simple cut around the dashed circle. 

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I made my rectangle tags double sided. I simply cut each rectangle out and used a glue stick to attach the front and back of each tag. Then I had my sweet little girl sign her name on each tag. 

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AND... since I know some of you might want to use these to hand out to your friends, those you visit teach, or as a fun little something to show your appreciation to someone.. I also created these tags. You can choose to use the back side or to just have one sided tags. 


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To create my mixture, I just bough the strawberry lemonade mix from Costco. It was easy and inexpensive! Plus, due to it's bulk size {thank you Costco} we were able to fill up three jars, plus have a good amount left over for ourselves! 

My daughter did the scooping. {I Put a cookie sheet under her work space though to catch any misses.} Then she helped to assemble the jars... but after the first one she said she was done, so I finished the other 3.  

I used pint sized Mason Jars from Target and scrap fabric to create my container. I simply layed the fabric on top of the canning lid and screwed the top on over my fabric. Then using pinking shears I trimmed the excess fabric to create a fun top! 

Once my tags were assembled I punch a hole in the corner of each one {the top of the round tag} and tied some bakers twine around the top of my jar and through each tag. 
Simple. Fun. Cute. 

Here is a printable for the directions in case you decide to use the same mix. 

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Be sure to Pin this one for later... you'll be glad you did! 

1 comment

  1. So cute! My friend is a teacher and I think she would love this. :)


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