Teacher Popcorn Gift (free printable)

Even if Teacher Appreciation Week is over, it is not too late to show your kiddo’s teacher(s)  that her hard work and love for your child is appreciated.

Remember me telling you about the  Domesticated Lady  site last week? Well, I found another awesome  {{free}} printable  on her site that is perfect for the teacher(s)  in your life.   Domesticated Lady took this printable and attached it to bags of a  sweet popcorn concoction  she made, but I did not have time last week to make that.

So I improvised, and you can too!

You will need:

  • free popcorn printable
  • scissors
  • hole-punch
  • ribbon (I used inexpensive curly ribbon- be as fancy as you want)
  • unopened bag of microwave popcorn
  • pen or marker so your child can write who the gift is from

 This is so easy I do not even have to show you step by step.

  1. Just cut the tags out and hole punch them near the top.
  2. Have your child use the marker or pen to write their name in the from space on the tag.
  3. Use ribbon to attach the tag to the popcorn bag and you’re done.

Simple, simple, simple! Excellent when you have a group of teachers to buy for.   Make sure you are following  Crystal & Co. on Facebook.   When I find awesome crafty ideas that I think you might love, I share them over there!  See ya in cyberspace!

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