I have always been THAT mom, the mom that really wants to create some special gifts for teachers. But being the daughter of two teachers I also know that most teachers do not want a ton of “stuff” for Christmas, instead they want gifts they will actually use and enjoy. So, when I put together these gifts I make sure that they are filled with high quality items, and treats that every teacher will enjoy.
This year I decided to do a theme gift all around pancakes! Who doesn’t love pancakes?? Even with just a few more days before Christmas, you can totally pull this gift together. I know every mom out there is trying to find those Easy Christmas Gift For Teachers.
Easy Christmas Gift For Teachers: A Christmas To Flip Over
What I try to do when creating these gifts for teachers is to use some catchy phrase that shares what the theme of the gift is all about. During this time of the year I feel like baking and homecooking is on everyone’s mind and now that the teachers are planning what they will be doing on break I thought it would be fun to plan a special breakfast option for them.
The theme this year is built off of this phrase “Hoping You Have A Christmas To FLIP over!” Flip…pancakes. Silly but fun right?
For this basket I picked up some of my favorite Pancake mix, some delicious REAL maple syrup, a beautiful rose gold spatula and an IHOP gift card. So really, this gift basket is giving each teacher the gift of going out for pancakes as well as having a nice homemade pancake experience while on break.
Now, I am sure you can go and pick up store brand syrup and pancake mix but I wanted to make this gift even more special by making sure the items in the gift were not the usual items one might grocery shop for. I am so happy I found some Maple Leaf shaped maple syrup bottles to go along with this gift.
To put all of this together, I simply picked up some small clear gift basket bags and some red ribbon. I placed all of the items in the clear bag and tied it all together nicely. I was so happy with the way this came out. Such a fun gift. Don’t you think the rose gold spatula matches this theme perfectly? A little elegance to this gift.
Once the ribbon was tied, I added a little note card with the phrase on it. I also made sure to have the kids sign the back of that card before sending it off to school. And done! The hardest part about this easy Christmas Gift for the teachers was having to go out and pick up the items. Other than that I simply put them together and made the gift shine!
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What kind of gifts do you give your child’s teacher for Christmas?
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