Teacher Appreciation Gift: strawberry baskets

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With Teach Appreciation Day coming up I set out to make something for my sons teachers.  I came across a few sources of inspiration and came up with a strawberry basket with these adorable printables from Eighteen 25  I had the perfect gift for them.

Teacher appreciation:  strawberry baskets
   

 

Teacher Appreciation Gift: strawberry baskets

Loved this idea of strawberry baskets for the teacher’s from The Baeza Blog.  This blog had real strawberries.
I found another blog that had really cute labels to use with a strawberry themed basket.  This blog used strawberry type items in the basket.  Free printable labels here at Eighteen 25.

 

Teacher appreciation:  strawberry baskets

What I used:  

free printable from Eighteen 25, baskets (I got these 2 baskets together at the dollar tree for a dollar), and yarn.

Teacher appreciation:  strawberry baskets

What I did:  

take labels and cute them out.  Use a hole punch to make a hole and then tie on to basket with label.  Last I need to add strawberries but we will wait to see if I get that done.  If not I will be set for next years teacher appreciation week!
My son’s school does take up a monetary donation for the teachers and we did participate, so don’t think that we didn’t do something nicer for them.  ( but this is a nice gift on its own:-)  They are great teacher’s that take care of him while he is there.
 Will come back and update if I get them done.  However, I did want to go ahead and post this in case you needed another idea.

UPDATE: I GOT THE BASKETS FILLED, HERE IS HOW THEY CAME OUT.

 

Teacher appreciation:  strawberry baskets

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