Being a teacher, I’m obviously all for teacher appreciation gifts. I also love to give little gifts to my co-workers to let them know how much I appreciate them and all of their hard work. Being a teacher is tough and every once in awhile we need to be reminded that we are appreciated. I also believe that teachers should stand by each other (hence why I love to give little appreciation gifts to let my coworkers know I have their backs). We are constantly being brought down by the public, by parents, by administration and, sometimes, even by our students.
I wanted to do something nice this week for some of my friends at work. However, I didn’t want to break the bank and I didn’t want to spend too much time on something. I found this great and, once again, free printable from Landeelu and decided to get creative with it. So, I did some digging and I found some plastic gift bags left over from a previous crafting project and I went out and bought some Swedish Fish (on sale for $1 a bag at Tops – one bag made two gifts). This is what I came up with:
This literally took me 10 minutes to put together and cost me $3 for the candy (which made 6 gift bags). Isn’t it a sweet way to show your appreciation?