Handmade Teacher Appreciation Gifts

Circle Circus & Very Thankful stamp sets

These are so easy to make!  I stamped some Whisper White cardstock with the Bold Brights inks and the Circle Circus stamp set.  Once it was stamped I shaped it into a “sour cream” container and filled with M&Ms.  The tag was stamped with a stamp from the Very Thankful stamp set and punched with the Small Tag Punch. I cut another tag with the Tag Punch (note, there are two different size tag punches) out of Taken with Teal cardstock and then adhered them together.  The tag is tied to the treat using Tempting Turquoise grosgrain ribbon.

Teacher Gifts

I’m a little behind for Teacher Appreciation but I still wanted to make a little something for the teachers at my oldest son’s small Christian school and the boys’ Sunday School teachers.  Three weeks late, I have 28 of these ready to send with my sons!

These are so incredibly easy to make  and despite my tardiness, they don’t take long at all to make.  (I did have my oldest son help make the tags – he stamped the little guy holding the thank you sign.)    If you’re looking for an easy teacher gift or party favor, these may be your answer!

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  1. These are so sweet and I know the teachers will love them.

  2. This is a really good idea, Becky. I especially like the fact that Micah participated in the stamping and making, etc. Hope you are feeling better and get a good rest tonight.

  3. Jennifer Davis

    I really like this treat idea – I think it would make great stocking stuffers. (Of course – I am always thinking of Christmas – you know me!)
    Also great for hanging on the outside of a gift with the ‘to/from’ tag.
    What is the size of the card stock piece you started with? Did you close both end with the snail?
    Congratulations on using those bold brights! They look great!

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