Teacher Appreciation Ideas - SPARKLE tag & fruit :) PART 8

The boys handed this out Tuesday. Our school requested the kids bring a piece of fruit for their teacher and we had something already planned so we sent both! This was what they handed out :)

Lanyards with custom tags "Thank you for helping me SPARKLE this year!"

AND

Chocolate dipped strawberries with a custom tag. 

The teachers wear their badges so we thought it would be fun to hand out bling lanyards. 


I found these months ago for $2.00 but I was short two and the cheapest I found now was $5.00. They are sold everywhere. Wal-Mart, Walgreens, HEB (where I found them the first time for $2.00)

Made custom tags (front and back)
BTW, these will work for jewelry or something glittery (maybe a picture your child drew and glittered.) 

Used double sided tape to attach them together

FRONT

BACK

Trimmed off excess if it didn't line up exact and took off the top part

Hole punch


Attached tags and DONE!!! 


SO SUPER CUTE!!!!!

FREE 4x6 downloadable tags
Since my back tag was personalized I added a plain sparkle tag. Yes, I know I'm awesome.......Just kidding ;)

Click HERE to download 4x6 FRONT SPARKLE tag for FREE
(then right click and save)

HERE to download 4x6 BACK tag for FREE
(then right click and save)



Our school list for the week (suggestions of course)

Tuesday they asked students to bring fruit
Chocolate dipped strawberries!!!


Yummmmm

I needed an easy way for the boys to give them without a mess and also really cute. I used plastic party cups.

They fit perfect!!!


cello bag

Added a ribbon


And tag

TA-DAAA!!!

I have the apple tag with the words THANK YOU to download for free on THIS POST 

Even the boys were excited to hand out the treats!







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3 comments

  1. Love these great ideas thank you for sharing. To many to choose.

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  2. I love all of your ideas! You are very talented. I just wish I had seen some of these before my youngest finished elementary school. Do you have any ideas for middle schoolers or high schoolers to give their favorite teachers?

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