I promised I’d be back today with ideas for teacher Christmas gifts. For me, a handmade food-centric gift is the way to go. And this year I’m loving the idea of a “make-it-yourself kit” instead of a typical fruitcake. These cookie kits featured over at Lil Magoolie
are a perfect example of what I’m talking about. Who wouldn’t love a gift like this?
Another idea I’m loving is whipping up some of these homemade marshmallows
with the kids, putting them in a pretty bag, and…
If you know your favorite teach is a coffee lover (who amongst us isn’t?), then these DIY coffee syrups
are another sweet option. They’d be a great gift on their own and even more special with some tasty espresso and a pretty mug.
And for the finishing touch, check out my new pinterest page of free printables
, which includes a few of my favorite printable Christmas gift tags. (As well as an amazing print-and-fold nativity scene, my favorite holiday print and more.)
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