So you guys know how Luke is in daycare right? He goes 3 days a week. . . which I think works out perfectly for all of us, but that’s a post for another day.. . this post is about what to give all those daycare teachers.
It is tough to figure out a nice present to give to 7 people who take care of your child that says thank you, happy holidays and please continue to take great care of my child. And that stands up against the gifts that they get from other parent’s. File this under things that I had no idea that I would worry about when I had a baby. But now, here we are, almost Christmas, and I needed to put something together.
Well, it just so happens that I was sent these super cute blue Ball jars a couple of weeks ago.
And they were literally sitting in the closet waiting for the perfect project.
And one day while I was running on the treadmill, I could see them sitting there and I was trying to come up with something to do with them. I thought about doing a few other crafts, using them for storage, or the standard ’cookie mix in a jar’ present.
And then it came to me. . . they are the perfect little container for a present for the daycare staff.
So easy and so cute. And totally customizable depending on how much you want to spend. I love the blue color of these jars, a little different from the standard clear and gives a little “holiday” feel to them.
In my jars, I put a Target gift card. Snowman gift card is so cute, right?
Fit perfectly inside the jar.
Then, I picked up a few things at the store that would fit inside. .. chapstick, antibacterial hand lotion, gum.
I also found this little flashlight for the one boy teacher in Luke’s room.
Tie a cute ribbon around the top.
And you’re done.
Cute and easy, right?
Parents – what do you do for your kid’s teachers??
Any other good ideas for gifts for multiple people??
**Disclaimer – I was give the Ball jars for free, but all opinions and ideas in this post are 100% my own.