May 4th-May 8th is Teacher Appreciation Week and if there has ever been a profession that should have a week of appreciationm it's is a teacher. In my opinion, these men and women are saints. They teach our kids, care for our kids and dedicate their lives to teaching others. I could never be a teacher. I do not have the patience to teach. It takes a very special type of person to be a teacher! I am super appreciative of Adrian's teachers. He is not easy and she handles him and 19 others like a pro. My friend asked me if I would help her out and make a little something we could gift the second grade teachers this week to show how much we really appreciate them. I know teachers like to have a little stash of treats at their desks so I decided that a small basket of sweet treats would be perfect!
This is the easiest gift basket I have ever put together. I had to make 4 baskets and I didn't want them to be huge so I purchased little loaf containers at Michael's and a variety of chocolates in 0.55 oz packages. I also purchased different kinds of Mentos, just to include some sort of candy.
Then I just added a ribbon and a tag. I made the tags a little oversized (so it looks cuter!) and attached them with hot glue. VOILA!! super easy and cute gift basket!
Wanna make these for your kids teacher? GREAT! I have the printable for you, just click here! I told you this was super easy and i know your child's teacher will love them. I can't wait to give Adrian's teacher and the other 2nd grade teachers their lsweet baskets tomorrow!!