Teacher Appreciation Cookies + Milk Printable.


I love teachers. Especially my children's teachers. I feel such comfort knowing that while they're at school they are not only being taught, but also cared for + loved. Teacher Appreciation Day is this Tuesday May 3rd so I thought a little cookies + milk treat would be a nice way to say thank you. 



To make the cookie sleeves I created a template and then traced it onto pretty patterns from Fresh Memories Studio. I'm not a scrapbooker but I loved Fresh Memories designs so much I knew I would find a use for them. For this project all I had to do was print out what patterns I liked and I was good to go. Plus, at only $3 for 12 patterns I couldn't go wrong.


To personalize the sleeves I designed four tags that stacked onto one another. Each with a different message.




To cover the milk carton I cut 4 strips (one for each side) of Fresh Memories pretty paper and secured them with adhesive squares.


You know, with a goof ball like Owen it's a good idea to butter up the teacher.

-Download the Teacher Appreciation Cookie Sleeve Template + Tags here.
-Purchase Fresh Memories Studio Lattice in Navy Blue for the same patterns I used in this project, or choose another color combo. They're all lovely.

16 comments:

  1. What a sweet way to show appreciation.

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  2. This is such a sweet idea! My husband is a high-school math teacher and he just loves milk and cookies! =)
    Kristina J.

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  3. hands down the cutest thing i have seen in a while! since i am kidless, maybe I can do this for my teacher friend! thanks for sharing!!! :)

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  4. LOVE this! Could be used as a party favor for guests on their way out too!

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  5. Adorable! Thanks for sharing your abundance of creativity, Danyelle!

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  6. Those stacked tags are such a neat idea! Why can't I think of those things? :)

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  7. So many great things on the blog as of late! Can't wait to see what you come up with every week. Amazing!

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  8. Those are a great idea! As a teacher myself, I know I'd appreciate getting something so cute!

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  9. This is such a cute idea! I boxed up chocolate chip cookies for my daughter's teachers last year. http://obscurobjet.blogspot.com/2010/07/rapid-fire-gift-giving.html But, the stacked tags and the inclusion of milk are such fantastic little touches. Love!

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  10. Those are sooo darling and I love how it makes the gift so much more personal! Thanks for sharing!!

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  11. Thanks for featuring my patterns! I've been on vacation in the Florida Keys for the past week so I didn't see this until now. So dang cute! I love this idea so much. Your creativity is endless.

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  12. Thank you. You're kids are amazing and I am so thankful I had your daughter last year. -Nicole

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