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A Super Simple Valentine’s Day Teacher Gift

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My boys have been blessed with absolutely phenomenal teachers this year, so when I was thinking up ideas for Free Valentine Printables Week this week, I knew I couldn’t leave them out! Though we are using these oh-so-easy Valentines as teacher gifts, they can really be used for anyone in your life who could use a little extra pick-me-up. 🙂

A Simple Teacher Gift for Valentine’s Day

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Here’s what you’ll need to make this gift:

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  • Cupcake Box (I found these at Michael’s, and the ones that hold 4 cupcakes were the perfect size to hold the bowl I picked out.)
  • Hershey’s Hearts (or other heart shaped candy)
  • Cute Bowl (I used this one.)
  • Ribbon of Your Choice
  • Printable Tag (provided below)

I first printed my tag on white card stock. You can snag it here:

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Click here to download your free Valentine’s Day printable!

Then I began the super simple process of assembling the gift!

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1. I put together the cupcake box, leaving the cupcake insert out of it, and put the bowl inside instead.

2. I poured two bags of chocolate hearts into the bowl…

3. …and closed up the box.

4. I tied a ribbon around the box.

5. Then I asked my son to list 10 things he loves about his teacher, wrote them on the tag, and had him sign it.

6. I slipped the tag under the ribbon, and we were done! I told you it was easy! (And cute too! 🙂 )

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I know teachers don’t often get to hear all of the amazing things our kiddos love about them, so I thought this Valentine’s gift would be the perfect way to encourage them a bit and satisfy their sweet tooth at the same time!

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If you’ve missed any of the other printable Valentines I’ve shared this week, be sure to hop around and snag them in the posts below:

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“Have a Ball” Printable Valentines

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Printable Love Notes for Valentine’s Day

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7 Comments

  1. This is such a cute idea – thank you!! I may have to think a little more about what to put in the box, since my daughter’s teacher keeps a strict no-sugar diet, but I love this concept!!

    1. justagirlabby says:

      Thanks so much, Amy! Glad it was helpful for you! 🙂

      ~Abby =)

  2. Shannon Precourt says:

    Thanks so much for sharing! I love how this has not only the gift of chocolate in a bowl, but a meaningful printable that the kiddos can be involved in!
    Once again GREAT JOB!
    ? Shannon ?

    1. justagirlabby says:

      Thanks so much, Shannon! <3

      ~Abby =)

  3. Catherine says:

    This is such a sweet idea and beautiful too, love it! 🙂

    1. justagirlabby says:

      Thanks so much, Catherine!

      ~Abby =)

  4. This is such a sweet idea! As a teacher myself, I don’t want parents to feel obligated to giving elaborate gifts and this is perfect! Also, a heartfelt thank you is always enough! Thanks for all of your wonderful ideas!

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