My little girl thought the guitar teacher gift was not her style, so here we go again!
Seriously who does not like chocolate? I LOVE Lindor balls. I found these cute tiny bags of Lindor balls at dollar tree. No, I don't go every day. I just plan ahead. *cough* a lot. It's a sickness, I know.
This is pretty easy. Go to Dollar Tree. Get your chocolates and rock candy. See if you can spend less than $20. I dare you. Take your little bag (buy one for yourself so you don't eat the teacher's), print out the printable below:
Cut it out with fancy scissors if you have a girlie girl like me, or not for a boy. Punch a tiny hole for your girl, or not if your son hates ribbons. :) Tape it on, send a sweet kid written card with some a gift card tucked inside and you will make your teacher's day and relieved yourself of the guilt of providing a "handmade" gift.
Teacher will be happy. It's cute, sweet (literally), and no junky tchotchkes to throw away. It's a win/win! (Do your kids do the Covey habits at their school?)
Thanks for stopping by! Don't forget to check out my teacher you rock printable.