Teacher Appreciation Kisses

teacher appreciation

With teacher Appreciation Week and the End of the school year coming up, these printables make the cutest gift for all the educators in your life. Don’t keep your thank yous in the classroom though. As a former teacher, I have seen first hand how hard the school secretary, nurse, librarians and custodians work. The labeled kisses can be wrapped in clear plastic boxes available here, cellophane bags or gum ball tubes. It is such an easy way to say thank you to those who make such a positive impact on your children’s lives. I am so grateful the five AH-mazing teachers that my children have this year.

teacher appreciation

teacher appreciation

teacher appreciation

 

Personalized tags are available here. To download the Kisses circles and a blank tag below, click on the image and then right-click and save. Then you can open it in word or Picasa.  Print on you color printer and cut.  You will need a 3/4 inch circle punch to punch out the circles.   teacher appreciation teacher tag

Teachers really appreciate little thoughts like these.

Have a super weekend.  I am celebrating my son Luke today at a very boy themed party.  I love him to pieces. I will be sharing son but it is definitely one of my favorite parties.(as always)

XO,

Jenny

Comments

  1. 1

    Lisa Frank says

    Thank you, thank you–these are wonderful!! I love that they are general enough to use for multiple staff members at my daughter’s school, not just teachers. My 6 yr old will enjoy putting this together with me!

    Lisa Frank. ;)
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    Sandy Curtis says

    What do you use inside the clear boxs? Is it cardstock or DSP? How do you get it so darn small to fit in that box?!!! Such a cute idea and thanks for the free printables!

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