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end of the year gifts. um, you da’ balm.

End of the year is coming. I repeat, the end of the year is coming. Now it is time to ask yourself, “What on earth am I going to get the teachers, bus drivers, assistants, office staff, friends, and everyone else in between?”

Well, here’s an idea for you. Simple. Sweet. Perfect.  Oh, and did I mention it won’t break the bank? A few dollars and cute little gift for someone you know.

The task is simple and will take you a little less than five minutes to get er’ done. You can thank me later.

{you will need}
scissors
hole punch
thick paper
you da’ balm printable template

{your task}

step 1. print the you da’ balm template by clicking {here}.

step 2. cut the gift tags out of the attached template.

step 3. have your kiddo write their name, or not. up to you.

step 4. hole punch the top.

step 5. add a colorful eos lip balm. tie. give.

Give a little extra love to those people in your lift and let them know they da‘ balm.

try. enjoy. share.

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Take a lookey loo at what you may have missed before…

{printable hope you likey tags.}

{diy notepad.}

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printable cards for teachers. say thanks in a kiddie sort of way.

You can tell it’s about that time. You can smell it, see it, feel it coming. The end of the school year is rapidly approaching. Which means it is time to THANK those teachers because they deserve it. Not only do they get the job of keeping those sweet peas in line, but they also work hard preparing all of those lessons to make the world a brighter place. This year, let your little one share just what made their teacher so special. And, what better way than a {free} printable card to get the job done.

For our teachers? Well, I like to think of it as a place where my own sweet peas have a chance to reflect on their year and specifically share what makes their teacher so amazing. My kids loved coming up with ideas and I think yours might too.

The task is simple and will take you a little less than five minutes to get er’ done. You can thank me later.

teacher card with label 2

{you will need}
scissors or paper cutter
thick paper
end of year thank you printable template for teachers

{your task}

 step 1. print the teacher thank you card template by clicking {here}.

  step 2. cut the cards out on the edges of prism border.

   step 3. have your kiddos fill out their card.

 step 4. give by itself or attach to a gift.

wrapped with card

Give a little extra love to those teachers and let them know how much you enjoyed the year. Something cute to brighten their day.

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printable christmas tags. for you.

Get out your wrapping paper, fancy ribbon and your Christmas list. The perfect treat for you. Printable {so easy} gift tags that you can add to any or all of your Christmas goodies. Nothing better than a good ole’ tag {you know it’s my favorite} on your Christmas presents for one and for all.

For you, an early Christmas treat. One that I hope brings some smiles and a little less work as you prepare for one of the busiest seasons of all. Grab a little twine, hole punch and get out those wrapped presents. As we say in our house, “get er’ done.”

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 {you will need}

scissors
hole punch
thick paper
{my favorite? A clean, white cardstock)
twine or ribbon

{your task}

step 1. print the template of your choice by clicking on the pictures above.

step 2. cut the tags out of the attached template.

step 3. punch out the circle using your hole punch.

step 4. loop some twine. tie in a bow. give. {isn’t giving the best part of all?}

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And, to stick with the giving spirit of the season, the FIRST TWO people to comment on this post will get {15 free printable tags} from the mix above. No need to cut or hole punch. The work has been done for you. Hooray! Comment away.

Festive. Simple. A quick way to add a little {merry} flair to your presents. Merry you.

try. enjoy. comment and you shall receive.

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treat for you. printable halloween tags.

You’ve already figured it out. I love tags. Treat for you and for me.

October was in desperate need of a cute little tag that I could attach to some cookies and gifts. What’s better than that impromptu fall gift for a neighbor, teacher, friend, or family member? I have already used mine on some ‘you’ve been booed’ goody bags. treats for the big’s teachers and a cookie package for a friend.

For you, a special a {treat} that you can use to make someone smile. No tricks. Just a treat. Your very own {trick or treat for you} tags.

Halloween Tags 1

{you will need}
scissors
hole punch
trick or treat tag template
thick paper
{my favorite? A white, linen cardstock)
twine

Halloween Tags 5

{your task}

step 1. print the template. find it {here}.

step 2. cut the tags out of the attached template.

step 3. punch out the circle using your hole punch.

step 4. loop some twine. tie in a bow. give.

Halloween Tags 2

Adorable. Simple. An easy way to add a little {treat} to someone’s October.

try. enjoy. share.

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Take a lookey loo at where I linked up you might find some more inspiring ideas…i heart naptime and design, dining & diapers.

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tags. i likey. hope you likey.

Ah, tags. Nothing makes a present, card or mason jar look cuter than a good ole’ fashioned tag. Don’t you agree? A simple white tag strung with a piece of twine makes my heart smile. And, I think it might make your heart smile too, if you give it a try.

Tis’ true, I have tags of all sizes… big, small, rectangular, circular, decorative, colored, patterned. Some may think overkill, but I think prepared. My other half is probably on the overkill side, but I think he knows that it makes my heart skip a beat each time I add a tag to a gift or card for someone special.

For you, a special treat. One that I {hope you likey} and will use to make someone else’s day special. Your treat? Your own {hope you likey} tags.

Likey Tag with Jar

{you will need}
scissors
hole punch
thick paper
{my favorite? A white, linen cardstock)
twine

Likey Tag Two Gifts

{your task}

step 1. print the template. find it {here}.

step 2. cut the tags out of the attached template.

step 3. punch out the circle using your hole punch.

step 4. loop some twine. tie in a bow. give.

  jar up close

Adorable. Simple. An easy way to add a little personality to your gifts.

try. enjoy. share.

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