Teacher Appreciation Week was last week, but it is not too late to show your teacher how much you love her. Why not give her a kiss? Or a container full of kisses.
This gift, as well as all of my teacher appreciation gift ideas, are awesome goodies to give your teacher any time this month as a way to say thank you!
You Will Need:
- Kisses Free Printable <<——– click to print
- sheet of labels
- 1 inch circle cutter
- Hershey kisses
- clear jar or gift container
Print the Kiss circles on a sheet of labels.
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Use a 1 inch circle punch to cut out the Kiss stickers.
Peel the backs off the labels and attach them to the bottoms of the Hershey Kisses.
Aren’t these just adorable?
Put the Kisses in a clear container or old jar that has a lid.
I grabbed these clear replica paint cans at the local craft store. They were a bit larger than I wanted, but they served the purpose.
I have seen these same containers at Target in the dollar buckets for $1 and they were half the size, unfortunately they were out of them when I did this project.
You can add ribbon to the handle or container as well if you want. I wanted to keep it as simple as possible as I did not want to take away from the decoration the stickers provide.
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