Being a classroom teacher before I became an Instructional Coordinator, I recognize the dedication of teachers. Grading papers at night, cutting and laminating, writing lesson plans, searching for engaging activities, etc. The job and our babies are always on their minds. Sending in a little sweet talk for teacher appreciation is a perfect inexpensive way to say thank you! I have used several of these ideas in the past to thank my teachers, but eighteen25 made the packaging much more attractive.
This label was punched with a circle punch and backed with a scalloped punched scrapbook paper. Then, tied onto the package of swedish fish with a bow. I am usually short on time and need to make between 50 - 80 of these, so I print the saying on label paper, punch, and attach to a package of goldfish.
Chocolate is always a BIG hit too! Who would not want to receive this adorable sweet treat?
This one is my favorite! I LOVE everything that smells sweet, so this is right up my alley. You could use this for any scented item, plug-ins, lotion, etc. Bath and Body Works here we come.
There are tons of cute "sayings" that align with snacks and sweets. These are some of my favorites!