Teacher Thank You Gift Tags to print!
You don’t need to spend a fortune on teacher’s gifts! Teacher’s will really appreciate a little token of thanks at the end of a grueling term with a class of 30 kids! If we can’t get them a pay rise the least we can do is show them how much we appreciate their patience and hard work.
We have a huge range of Thank You stamps, so if you’re looking to create a card, handmade gift or tag for your teacher, do take a look through. Thank You stamps are so quick and easy for making last minute cards, you just need ink – no printers or machines required!
Our favourite has to be the Lawn Fawn ‘Thanks a Bushel’ stamp set used to make this fun card, teacher’s all deserve shiny red apples! You could easily use the thank you stamps to make simple gift tags too.
Fun Printable Teacher Thank You Ideas
Here are some fun teacher thank you ideas that all have free printable teacher thank you gift tags.
How clever are these teacher thank you gift tags! Just print off and attach to an appropriate gift! All the free printable downloads can be found over on the Skip to my Lou blog.
Love the idea of a little cut of of your child’s hand alongside this free printable tag. Not expensive, just attched to a simple bittle of hand sanitiser – all teachers need a good supply of that – especially nursery teachers! Find the free printable over at blog Eighteen Twentyfive.
Thank you for blowing my mind! Great alongside some sweets like these gumballs /jawbreakers – your teacher may prefer wrapped chocolates! Find the printable in different colourways at Landeelu.com
More sweeties! You could make a little pillow box yourself and add in any kind of wrapped sweets, would work out really economical if you have lots of teachers to thank – free ‘thank you for making our year sweet’ printable can be found over on Happy Money Saver
‘You’re the Balm’ – a nice play on words! We love this idea for a super quick last minute teacher gift. Just download the free teacher thank you gift tag over on the Simple As That Blog and add a little wrapped lip balm.
Let us know what you’re making for your teacher!