Teacher Appreciation Gift Tags Using Snapple Tea

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Teacher Appreciation Gift Idea Using Snapple Tea (from MissiontoSave.com)

Ok so “technically” Teacher Appreciation Day is the first Tuesday in May.  But everyday should really be a day to show the teachers in your kid’s life, how much you appreciate them.  So… How about this fun little gift idea using a bottle of Snapple tea.  I came up with it while at the checkout today. Oh “Snap” You Are A “Tea-riffic” Teacher!

tea-rrific teacher printable tags

Print off a tag, have kiddo sign, tie it on and done!

I originally was looking for Gold Peak Tea (to use a coupon).  But I think it came out better with the Snapple.

Here is a sheet of the tags to help you create this gift: Teacher Appreciation Tags to Use on Snapple Tea (PDF). If you want to create a similar tag, check out my PicMonkey Tutorial.  This is the program I use to make most images on Mission to Save, including great gift tags.

(BTW- My print ink is dying of course, so the lines you see in the picture should not happen when you print them).

Need another Teacher gift idea… How about “You Inspire Excellence” with a Lindt Bar or Thanks for “Me with Udderly Smooth Cream.

Teacher Appreciation Gift using Lindt Bar (+ free printable)  Udderly Smooth Appreciation gift

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  1. Kim says

    Thanks a bunch! This was exactly what I was looking for to go on the snapple I bought for the kids teachers! I appreciate you sharing this with the public and not keeping such wonderful ideas to yourself!

  2. liz says

    Hi there, do you have these that don’t say teacher? Just “Snap you are Tearriffic”? We have librarians, principals, etc. and I love your tags but they all aren’t teachers? If you can send me a link minus the teacher, it would be AWESOME….

    • says

      I am sorry. I don’t have one made up without the teacher part. I used a Free editing program called PicMonkey.com to create them. It is honestly an addicting site for this kind of thing! :) Go to the site and choose “Design” and then the “square” size. From there create away! I then put the saved image into a word doc to make more on one sheet. Hope that helps!


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