Do you gift to your kids teachers? I do and have done since the boys went to preschool. I want to thank the teachers for a fab job they do looking after my children. I trust them to look after my most precious things (my children) and this is a BIG thing for me.
Up until this year the boys have crafted teachers gifts. I think that it is important that they are a part of giving and thanking their teachers. However, this year they have been a little reticent, so I decided to give what I would like to receive, wine and chocolate.
However, me being me, I felt the need to jazz them up a bit.
So here are my chocolate and wine labels, cause it must be hard coping with my boys!
So a lot of chocolate is needed! I printed the chocolate labels on a full sheet of paper and using a template I hade made from a clear pocket positioned them. I used double sided tape to secure them, but a glue stick or standard take would be fine too.
I also used standard paper rather than printer paper and was really impressed at the quality of my new Canon PIXMA MG7150.
I made a selection of labels in different colours, so just click on the image below to make it larger and then right click and the image to your computer before printing. I put four labels on one sheet or A4 for the wine and one label per sheet or A4 for the chocolate.
Chocolate bar wrappers for Teacher
Wine labels for Teacher
Feel free to print them and use them if you wish.
Disclosure, the Canon Pixma MG7140 is a sample for review purposes
These are so fun! I can see them being a total hit. Saving the idea for next year since I’ve already sorted something for this year.
we had not make anything for teachers. maybe we should now than wasting money on buying gift! Thanks for sharing with us at #pintorials
iv had some very bad behaviour this year not form my children but fromt he teachers so there wont be any thing sent this year for a change, x
Brilliant idea. Handmade but not handmade. Thanks for sharing the labels x
Hahaha! These are fantastic!!! 😀 Great idea!
These are so clever. We don’t tend to buy teacher gifts but I’m tempted just so I can use these labels.
These are great gifts, particularly the chocolate. I’m not sure I’d give a teacher wine. That’s just me being a non-drinker thugh.
This is such a great idea to make the gifts much more personal and also fun to do! x
great ideas, and fab printables
The whole class clubs together to buy the teachers gifts but perhaps I could sneak in a small bar of choc!
What a very clever idea! I’m sure your children’s teachers will appreciate your gifts.
Love those labels – the perfect sentiment! Certainly mine drive me to wine and chocolate and there are only 3 of them, how anyone manages 30 is beyond me!
this is brilliant! xxxx
These are fab! x
I thought I had already commented on this but it must have been when you uploaded the label to instagram.
What a SUPERB idea and great of you to share the labels in this way.
You are the queen of great gift ideas! Jack is too young for school right now but these are definitely something I would consider when it comes to that time!
These labels are ingenious. We are still at pre-school, so Mum needs the wine and chocolate more than Teacher does 🙂
Love these labels, they are so witty and clever. Bug has just started nursery part time in school and was thinking of what to get the teachers as a thank you for dealing with his hectic nature.
What a great gift idea. Thanks for sharing the printables 🙂
These are great and I always get soemthing for my children’s teachers… Great printables!
LOL I love this idea, might have to pinch it! #Pintorials
This is such a fab idea! I always want to put in more effort with the presents, H is only in nursery at the moment but I still want to thank them and could definitely do better!
Brilliant idea – we don’t do gifts as my two have that many teachers that it would cost a fortune x x
This is such a great idea!
I should print lots of them, really.
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