Teacher’s appreciation day is coming up in May and to give you a head start here are some printable gift tags for you! To personalize these chalkboard style tags just download them onto your desktop with the button below and open the PDF in Adobe Acrobat. Once in Acrobat you can select the place holder names and add your own text. Print them onto a card stock paper, trim and tie them onto your favorite Teacher Appreciation gift.
These adorable blooms made from cupcake wrappers and washi tape covered pencil stems are featured on Skip to My Lou. For the full tutorial you can skip on over there to follow my step-by-steps. Enjoy! ~ Lia
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very beautiful blog this is very unique idea for appreciation of teacher’s and gifting them.
Thrs are so sweet and beautiful/ Thanks.
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Thanks I will have a look
I was going to try to make your peach paper Roses and I was wondering where I can purchase the paper to? I live in Australia and had no luck looking on the net???
I think you flowers are stunning. Only hope I can make them half as good.
Hi Lesley, I would recommend looking for any paper that is text weight (opposite of card stock) I love the metallic shine if you can find it. Wish I could just go to Australia and help you shop:)
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These are adorable! You should check out this Teacher Appreciation Contest we’re having: http://go.takelessons.com/teacher-appreciation-contest/
So happy you found them then!!
I love these – pinning this one!
[…] My favorite thing about spring is the return of flowers! I’ve had flowers on my mind a lot lately, so when I saw this cupcake liner flower project from Lia Griffith I was immediately smitten. Mounted on washi-covered pencils, a bouquet of these lovelies would make a great gift. If you want to use these as a teacher appreciation gift, the tutorial also includes a tag you can attach; it’s even personalizable so you can add the names of teacher and student! [how to make cupcake liner and pencil flowers] […]
[…] My favorite thing about spring is the return of flowers! I've had flowers on my mind a lot lately, so when I saw this cupcake liner flower project from Lia Griffith I was immediately smitten. Mounted on washi-covered pencils, a bouquet of these lovelies would make a great gift. If you want to use these as a teacher appreciation gift, the tutorial also includes a tag you can attach; it's even personalizable so you can add the names of teacher and student! [how to make cupcake liner and pencil flowers] […]
Just love this design of yours, it so reminds me of Sweden (where I’m from) and especially the design firm http://www.sandbergab.se/en/products/accessories/overview
I LOVE that print with the black background. Thanks for sharing the link.
This is a lovely tag Lia, thank you for the down load. I may try to recreate with a wooden tag x
That would be adorable. Share if you do.
Your the answer to my dreams as I have been playing with cupcake wrappers to make flowers ….and here they are …..Big thanks
Yes, there is a link to the tutorial now. I also did another version a few weeks ago, so make sure to check that one out too.
These are lovely Lia. Teachers will love this!
Your gift tags are always so amazing and I’m inspired to create some of my own:-)
That is fantastic! I will watch for them.
Gorgeous and so tasteful. I heart all your crafts!
Very nice. Any suggestions for male teachers?
I think men like flower too. I suppose you could add the tag to a bottle of fun soda or fancy water.
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