Gosh. I feel like it’s been a while since I’ve shared a new post with you. The last few weeks have been crazy and busy and stressful and all that fun stuff that just comes along with life. My husband was laid off from his job three weeks ago, so he’s been working on finding a new job, and I’ve been helping him with that where I can. I’ve also been working on my Virtual Assistant stuff as well as some of my own blog stuff. I just haven’t been able to stay on top of it all, hence the lack of posts around here. Today, I wanted to share this Simple End of Year Teacher Gift with you. Letting a teacher know you care about them doesn’t have to be with something big, it can be a little something, plus I’ve heard that one ot teachers favorite things is a sweet note from their students.
This post contains affiliate links. I was provided with free product while on the Pebbles design team that I used to create these projects.
Simple End of Year Teacher Gift Supplies:
- Jen Hadfield Everyday Gift Boxes
- Jen Hadfield Everyday Chipboard Tags
- Jen Hadfield Everyday Angled Tiles Paper
- Jen Hadfield DIY Home Chunky Glitter Thickers
- Gray & White Baker’s Twine
- Cookies – These would work great!
Choose the box you’d like to use.
Fold the box so it’s all put together.
Fill your box with cookies, then close it again.
Cut a strip of paper, the width of the tiles.
Wrap it around your box and secure it with adhesive.
Add your tag to the top of the box.
Now you have a cute little box of cookies to tell your teacher “Thanks” or you could use it for anyone that you need to thank for some thing.
For the next one, I used a card from a sheet of pre printed/foiled cards.
I cut a small piece of the angled tiles paper to fit the word You, then placed the chunky gold glitter thickers on it.
I attached the “you” to the top of the card.
Then I placed it on top of a bag of cookies and tied it up with some baker’s twine.
Super simple to put together!
So grab a few supplies and put these simple little Thank you gifts together and let those teachers know that you are thankful for them!
And here’s to hoping I can get back on top of my blogging game soon! 😉