Saying thank you has never been sweeter! These darling printable thank you gift tags are perfect for teachers, friends, neighbors, and more. Tie on to a jar of the yummiest homemade hot fudge sauce, or any treat!
My homemade hot fudge has long been a favorite with family and friends. It’s also been one of my favorite gifts to give, not just at Christmas for neighbor gifts, but also for teacher gifts and as a thank you. This year I made a cute teacher tag to tie on to jars of hot fudge for teacher gifts, along with a gift card for extra measure. I also created a “you’re so sweet” tag that’s perfect for any thank you. Tie it on to a jar of hot fudge sauce, or any treat you want to give!
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Printable thank you gift tags: You’re So Sweet!
Giving small thank you gifts is something I love to do. It doesn’t have to be fancy, or take a lot of time—just a simple thought of thanks and appreciation for someone who has helped you in some way.
It’s amazing what a cute tag and a little ribbon or jute will do. Tie it on to a jar, treat bag, or loaf of bread, adhere it to the top of a bakery box, or any other container.
You’re so sweet teacher gift idea
One of my girls really wanted to make hot fudge for her teacher this year, and brownies for her math teacher. The entire year her math teacher always used brownies as the example, whether it was fractions, addition, or multiplication. I thought it was such a fun idea, so we got to work!
The hot fudge went into a mason jar, and the brownies into a cute bakery box that I always keep on hand. I tucked in gift cards inside the bakery box, and tied them on to the jar along with the tag for something a little extra.
Packaging ideas for thank you gifts
I use half pint jars, because each hot fudge recipe fills two of them. I like to cut a piece of fabric or really cute tissue paper to fit over the jar lid for the ring to screw on top of. I cut it in a square, big enough so that the edges will peek over. So cute!
It’s easy to switch out the fabric or tissue paper to match a theme or holiday. For these gifts I used black gingham check, and at Christmas I often use a red gingham check–because it’s my favorite.
I keep bakery boxes on hand in a couple of different sizes, and I use them often. They’re perfect for packaging up baked goods and treats for giving. I love the window on top! Either I let the treats show through, or I’ll layer the same tissue paper I used for the mason jars on top of the treats so it shows.
Download printable thank you tag
Download tag, then print onto white or kraft cardstock. Cut around the black outline with scissors. Punch a hole in the top to tie on to a jar, or use double stick tape to adhere to the top of a bakery box.