As many of you know, I’m the hospitality coordinator for our school PTC. (I know, perfect job for me, right?) I do luncheons and snack days and I try to put little goodies in their boxes throughout the year. (And that includes all the staff!)
I love showing appreciation to teachers on Valentine’s Day, because usually the kids get all the glory.
Let’s not mention how Valentine’s Day should be about love between adults but whatever. The teachers deserve some love too! My daughter, obviously, is in elementary school. I’m not sure if I’d do this same printable if she was in, say, 9th grade. I guess I’ll figure that out when I get there!
These aren’t the exact printables I’m using on Thursday, but they follow along the same track. You really need hardly anything to make these, they are super simple!
Ingredients: cardstock, a printer, double stick tape, and heart shaped wrapped candies. I used Hershey’s heart candies for these. I wanted to get Palmer’s (hellooo I’m on a budget) but can you believe Walmart doesn’t carry Palmer’s chocolate? Anyway, Hershey’s, Dove, Reese’s, or Palmer’s would fit on these. The links are formatted for a regular 8 ½ x 11 piece of paper, just print and cut! You can also buy reams of cardstock at Walmart, did you know that? It’s in the paper section, not the scrapbooking section.
These are super cute, and easy. Your kids (and their teachers) will love them! Now…does anyone want to come help me assemble 65 of them? 😉
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Published on: February 10, 2013