For a TEA-riffic teacher…another FREEBIE!

I’ve got another cute teacher appreciation goodie for you.  I love this one for its simplicity.  Who wouldn’t like a refreshing tea in the middle of the afternoon?  I simply took these bands of printed cardstock, wrapped them around a regular ol’ water bottle, and tied a little individual powered drink pack on the top.  I, of course, chose a tea-flavored drink to match my cheesy saying :)

tearifficteacherWhat?  Of course I’ll share! (snicker)

You can get your free downloadable pdf file HERE or by clicking the picture below.

**UPDATE** there is also a FREE ‘Staff’ printable, too…HERE

tearifficdownloadpreviewI’d love to know if and how you used it!  Leave me a comment!

Oh, and Leigh is doing a teacher appreciation project everyday this week.  Major cuteness.

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Comments

  1. how adorable! Thanks for the download!

    Kim @ http://frostmeblog.blogspot.com
    party inspiration

  2. Your printables are AWESOME!! I hopped over here from Organizing Junkie – so glad I did!
    Thank you!

  3. I made these for my fellow teachers as an end of the year treat from my students. I posted about it on my blog too!

    Blessings and peace, Lisa

  4. I am going to be doing this for all of the teachers at my children’s Mother’s Day Out. I can’t wait to see the joy it brings them. Thank you so much for the idea and PDF file!

  5. What a great idea! So glad I found this site! I will be doing these for all of my daughters teachers! Can I ask a dumb question? How are you attaching the crystal light onto the bottle? I can’t tell by the picture. Are you punching a hole thru the packet?

  6. It’s actually a great question! I did punch a hole and thread the mix through the ribbon. I have a little hole punch, but any will do. Thanks so much for the great comment!

  7. Do you think double sided tape would work to hold the labels on the bottle? I could buy and print it out on sticker paper.

  8. Yes, either will work. When I make mine, I usually do a nice cardstock and double sided tape. Sticker paper would work, too!

  9. Thanks for the inspiration! I did these for my son’s teachers as well as for a friend’s kids teachers too! They were such a hit and the teachers loved them! thanks again!

  10. so cute and easy, many thanks :)

  11. 1st time room mom says:

    I used Lipton green tea bottles and attached 100 calorie snacks for a “teacher tea break”. Thanks for the great idea!

  12. I used this to give to all the faculty and staff on my college campus… they absolutely loved it. (Don’t worry I gave you credit)! Keep the creative ideas coming! :)

  13. Thank you for sharing this great idea. I am a fan and def follower!! Keep up the creative energy!!

  14. Joan Vitti says:

    I used glue dots to stick the label aound the bottle. I am giving these out to the teachers and staff at my school for appreciation week. Thank you for the great idea!!

  15. Jessica Y. says:

    I copied your idea for my daughter’s teachers. I used to complement a cup filled with school supplier she will give them a thank you gift for a wonderful year. I know they will love it!!!

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