It’s been a hot minute since I’ve posted here. I’m not sure what happened. If you’ve been watching my Instagram stories then you know that I’ve been working on a few things (half bath, mother’s day gift idea, yard work) but I haven’t finished any kind of project for a couple of weeks. Yesterday, I knew I needed to get some Teacher Appreciation Gifts put together, since you know, it is this week…SO I sat down and got them ALL done! Today I’m going to share a couple of super easy teacher appreciation gifts with you. These Teacher Gift Tags with Cricut Print then Cut couldn’t be easier to use. You Print, Cut, attach to the gift, and you’re done! So easy!
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Teacher Gift Tags with Cricut Print then Cut Supplies:
- Cricut Maker with Fine Point Blade
- Color Printer
- White Cardstock
- Xyron Creative Station
- Hole Punch
- Baker’s Twine
- Cricut Design Space Print then Cut File
Because I was in “get things done” mode yesterday, I didn’t really take tutorial photos. I will do my best to explain how I did everything, and if you have any questions at all, feel free to leave a comment and I will get back to you.
These designs/fonts are some that are right in Cricut Design Space. I typed out the words that I wanted on the tags, and then found the fonts I wanted to use. Because I was using the Print then Cut feature, I got it all designed and, selected the tag and text, then clicked “flatten”. This makes it so it the text prints, and the only cut is the outside of the tag.
Once it was all ready to go, I printed it, then sent it to the Cricut to cut!
For the M&M Teacher Gift, I ran the printed tag through the Xyron to create a sticker out of it, then I just stuck it on the top of the lid. I found this large container of M&M’s at Costco.
I mean, I could probably polish that thing of peanut M&M’s off pretty quickly (they are a favorite of mine), but I decided I didn’t need the sugar, so we’re just giving the whole thing to the teacher. You could certainly make up some smaller packages of these with a container this large.
Teachers always love to receive some of their favorite treats, so putting a tag on them makes gift giving so easy!
This is the second tag that is in the same Print then Cut file. It is a tag that can be added to any kind of treat for a teacher. I always like to ask the teachers what their favorite treats are, so I can get it for them. I know they get a lot of treats during Teacher Appreciation Week, but if they are wrapped treats that can last a little while, then I don’t have to worry about them going bad.
I figure, you can’t really go wrong with Dove chocolate, right? I’m not a huge chocolate eater, but man, Dove chocolates are delicious!
These Teacher Gift Tags with Cricut Print then Cut are so easy to use. For this one, I just punched a hole in the tag and top of the bag of chocolate and tied it on with some baker’s twine.
My boys did write who it was from on the tags as well. Like I said, this is super simple and it is as easy as buying the item and attaching the tag!
If you liked these Teacher Gift Tags with Cricut Print then Cut and you’re looking for more fun and easy Teacher Appreciation Gifts, then be sure to check out my Teacher Gift Gallery!Linking up to some of these parties.