You guys. I have to admit, Teacher Gifts are one of my very favorite things to come up with! I don’t know if it’s the play on words that I have so much fun with, or what. I just like to put them together! I just hope that the teachers like them as much as I do. 😉 With Teacher Appreciation Week coming up, I asked teachers what kinds of things they like and can use in their classrooms. I’ve been told Dry Erase Markers, Pencils, Post-it Notes, Glue Sticks, and a few other things. You can always look at the other Teacher Gifts I’ve put together if you are looking for other ideas. Today, I’m sharing a new Post-it Note Teacher Gift with you.
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- Post-it Notes
- Colored Printable Tags (for personal use only)
- Black & White Printable Tags (for personal use only)
- Baker’s Twine
- Heidi Swapp Minc Foil Applicator (optional)
You might be thinking, “why did she make two sets of tags?” Well, I wanted to put some foil on the tags, so I made the black ones, but since I know that not everyone has a Heidi Swapp Minc Foil Applicator (but you should because they are magical 😉 ) I decided to create a second one and use different colored text. Anyway, I put my tags through the applicator.
They are so shiny and fun once they come out!
For the foiled tags or unfoiled tags, I used my Crop-a-dile to punch the hole in the top. This thing is awesome because you can punch a whole stack at once.
Then I just took some baker’s twine and tied the tag to the front. I also added a small adhesive dot to the back of the tag, just to keep it in place. This is the how the foiled tag Teacher Appreciation Gift turned out.
And here are both options.
So grab some post-it notes, and print out the tag, attach it, and you’ve got a great gift for those teacher that you appreciate, and you don’t even have to tell them that it took you no time at all to put together!