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End of Year Teacher Gift Tag Printable

by Jennifer Wieland
End of Year Teacher Gift Tag Printable
This post is part of a sponsored campaign with MyPrintly and MomSelect. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

 

 

I love the school district my kids are in! It is a great district for special needs families. The schools and staff always go above and beyond to help and often are the first requesting additional services for kids. That is great because i know many parents that are in different districts with special needs children and they have to fight tooth and nail to get anything. I really love gifting the teachers and teacher’s aides with thank you gifts at the end of the year on the last day of school. However, having three kids that have IEP’s means that each one has more than one teacher, aides and therapists for different reasons. So I wish I could get each and every one of them an unbelievably amazing gift each year sadly that is just not a financial option for us or most families like ours. Fifteen to twenty gifts has to be done in a reasonable price range for us. This year, my youngest son Jackson will be gifting all of his teachers and aides with insulated cups filled with teas, sweeteners, and other convenience cold drink options. These useful gifts are then being adorned with these super cute end of year teacher gift tag printables.

End of Year Teacher Gift Tag Printable

These gifts are easy to do all you need to do to get started is download the printable file. You can print it as is or add a picture of your child to the center of the blank lemons. You can get the file by clicking HERE.

End of Year Teacher Gift Tag PrintableSUPPLIES

Printed out gift tags on card stock

scissors

glue or glue stick

hole puncher

End of Year Teacher Gift Tag Printable

I was able to quickly and easily get these printed out on my HP Envy printer. I love having a great quality color printer that works with all of my computers, tablets and phones!

End of Year Teacher Gift Tag Printable

Cut out the circles, one front and one back one. Add a photo of your child by printing one and pasting it onto the center of the back circle.

End of Year Teacher Gift Tag Printable

Use glue or glue stick to get the back of the circles good and tacky. Then line up the circles making sure the fronts will match up (top to top and bottom to bottom) and then press together.

End of Year Teacher Gift Tag Printable

Punch a whole with your whole puncher at the top and center of the circle. Fill up cute cups with some iced tea, sweeteners and other cold drink ideas. Add some crinkle paper so the items don’t shift and then attach the gift tag using a ribbon of your choice.

End of Year Teacher Gift Tag Printable

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Free Printable Set of 12 Christmas Gift Tags

by Jennifer Wieland
Free printable set of 12 Christms gift tags.

It’s the most wonderful time of the year…. to give pretty wrapped presents to your friends and family that is. I am one of those people who just loves wrapping up gifts and making them as beautiful as I can. I like to think that wrapping presents is an art form. Finding the perfect paper or bag, pretty tissue paper, a beautiful bow and of course a gift tag to complete it all. I figured I’d help you save some money and cut out the middle man this year and present you with a set of 12 printable Christmas gift tags.

Each one of these Christmas gift tags is full of holiday spirit and festive fun and sentiment and all are perfect for adding a little something special to each of your gifts. All you have to do to get your hands on them is download the file and the print how many you need. Finish them by cutting them out and either taping them to your wrapped gifts or punch a whole in the top of them and thread them with beautiful ribbon and tie onto packages and bags.

 Free printable set of 12 Christmas gift tags.To get these pretty, printable Christmas gift tags all you need to do is click on the links below. These gift tags are in a pdf format so make sure that you have a pdf reader installed on your computer. Once you have the file downloaded you can print them out on card stock or any thicker paper and you are all ready to go then.

Christmas Gift Tags Download

 

 

 


Printable Halloween Joke Lunch Box Notes or Tags

by Jennifer Wieland
Printable Halloween Joke Lunch Box Notes

Knock, knock…

Who’s there?

Me…

Me who?

Me, who has some cute and funny printable Halloween joke lunch box notes to share with you today.

Okay, so that wasn’t crazy funny like I was shooting for but the jokes on these lunch box notes are funny and perfect for the grade school kids in your life that you are packing lunch for every school day. This printable comes with eight different Halloween themed lunch box notes with a kid friendly joke on each one so each of your little ghouls can have a laugh with their classmates while enjoying the lunch you made for them.

Printable Halloween Joke Lunch Box NotesNow to get your own copy of the file and to start printing your own set of these all you need to do is click on the picture above and it will download the .pdf file that you can save and print.

Printable Halloween Joke Lunch Box Notes

What’s even better is once you print these out and cut them out then not only can you use them in your little monster’s lunch box but you can attach a small bite sized candy treat, fruit snacks or anything you like. Another idea to get more use out of these is to print them and attach them to small trinkets, pencils, candy or another spooky item for a perfect little classroom party gift.

So tell me, am I the only one who likes to sneak little treats in leading up to Halloween in my kid’s backpack and lunch boxes? I know y’all must think my kids survive on sugar alone but they do actually eat real food and prefer fruit or veggies in their lunches so I don’t mind sneaking in a little treat once in a while.  Do you like to surprise your kids with little treats (either food or play) for Halloween?

 


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