It’s Teacher Appreciation Week and we sure do love our teachers! I have a few fun new creations that we’ll be giving to our teachers this week. You can also see our popcorn gift, one of my most popular posts – the Lotto Teacher gift, and more teacher appreciation ideas. Today, the girls gave their teachers personalized breakfast buckets. The buckets included a strawberry muffin,
New to the shop and just in time for teacher appreciation week… This is an easy one. Perfect if you are like me and wait until the last minute. Treat your teacher to a special bag of popcorn. Simply print the tag, back it in cardstock (optional) and attach it to the top of your popcorn. Done! POPular Teacher printable tag is available here.
With teacher appreciation week just around the corner, I thought I would share some of my favorite gift creations from the last few years. Gardening Gift Watering can with personalized decal (available here) filled with spring gardening supplies. My daughter painted a mini bird house to go along with it. Ice Cream Sundae Kit These end of the school gifts were delivered to all of
Happy Teacher Appreciation Week to all of the hard working teachers! We have lots of teachers in our family, so even though it has been a crazy busy week, I didn’t want to miss out on thanking our teachers. Here’s a quick idea I came up with to say “thank you!” “I Won the Lotto” Thank You Tags printable available here. I used this 3″
Well it’s a few months later, but I wanted to share my Christmas teacher gifts from December. I purchased Red Box codes and added a package of popcorn and SnoCaps. I wrapped all 3 pieces in a printable download and taped it tightly to keep all pieces from sliding out. It makes the perfect gift for teachers, aids, bus drivers, and co-workers!
A friend of mine started selling Jamberry Nails (here). If you haven’t seen them before, they are adhesive designs that you heat and apply to your nails for a fancy manicured look in minutes. I have used these on my young girls and they work great. They stay on for weeks – much longer than nail polish. Plus, they have tons of fun designs. I
We have had such a fun Halloween week. It started with a couple of class parties. Here are the fun treats I made…… These spider treats were inspired by a childhood favorite… 2 Ritz crackers sandwiched with peanut butter and dipped in chocolate. I added pretzels for the legs and a dot of frosting for the eyes. Owl treat bags for the teachers…. An easy