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    Lindt Truffles Teacher Appreciation Gift with Free Printable Gift Tag

    Posted by  ·  May 1, 2016

    This Lindt Truffles Teacher Appreciation Gift Idea is perfect for the chocolate loving teacher. Wait aren’t all teachers in need of chocolate? Teacher Appreciation Week is coming up next week, the first week in May. Get creative with these ideas from some of the most talented bloggers during my Teacher Appreciation Gift Ideas series! All April we will be sharing great ideas. I can’t wait to see what they share. You will be totally prepared with ideas to thank your teachers!? If you want to give a handmade gift make this darling mug cozy. This Teacher Appreciation Pizza Box Card is a darling way to give a gift card.

    Please welcome Emily from Is This Really My Life…

    Hi! My name is Emily and I blog all the things (but mostly food…and mostly desserts) over at Is This Really My Life. I am super excited to be guest posting on Skip to My Lou again, although I went a bit out of my comfort zone by doing something more on the crafty side. But it was totally worth it because this Lindt truffles teacher appreciation gift turned out pretty dang cute.

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    I mean, just look at the saying on the printable gift tag. How clever is that? And yes, I’m totally patting myself on the back because I usually deal in eggs, butter and sugar, not mason jars and gift tags.

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    What I love most about this teacher appreciation gift, aside from the tag, is how quick and easy it is. You need only five things:

    • Mason jar
    • Lindt truffles (assorted flavors)
    • Foil cupcake liner
    • White raffia ribbon
    • Gift tag

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    That’s it! Assembling the teacher gift is a breeze.

    1. Fill the mason jar with truffles.
    2. Turn the cupcake liner upside down and center it over the lid; place the lid on top of the jar.
    3. Hold liner and lid in place as you screw on the ring.
    4. Wrap ring with white raffia ribbon and attach tag.

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    Seriously, how easy is that? It’s totally my kind of DIY teacher gift.

    You can see how the red foil cupcake liner adds the right pop of color to the mason jar.

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    While we’re at it, let’s get a closeup of that super awesome gift tag.

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    Let’s not forget that mason jar is full of the most amazing candy. I could eat Lindt truffles by the bag full. Did you know they have a new coconut flavor? TO DIE FOR.

    To download the printable gift tag for your Lindt truffles teacher appreciation gift, click on the image or the link below the image and save the file to your desktop. But before you do, please read the following rules:

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    • Personalization and other customizations are not available on free printables; they’re offered “as-is.”

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    Lindt Truffles Teacher Appreciation Gift with Free Printable Gift Tag

    Download the FREE printable teacher appreciation gift tag HERE.
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    Enough about super adorable mason jars filled with Lindt truffles. Let’s talk about yummier things like these delightful recipes from my blog.
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    Homemade funfetti cupcakes
    Homemade funfetti cupcakes with vanilla buttercream frosting

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    The best Asian ramen chicken salad EVER
    The best Asian ramen chicken salad EVER

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    Buttermilk glazed carrot cake with cream cheese frosting
    Buttermilk glazed carrot cake with cream cheese frosting

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    Emily Hill profileEmily Hill is a social media-loving, Diet Coke-drinking, stiletto-wearing, dessert-eating, yoga-addicted mother of four. When she’s not duct taping kids to the ceiling, stepping on a LEGO or hiding (unsuccessfully) in her closet, she entertains—and tempts—readers on her lifestyle blog Is This Really My Life. Emily currently works as the Director of Education for Snap Conference. In her spare time she’s a freelance copywriter and editor. Diet Coke with pebble ice makes it all possible.

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