Monday, July 28, 2014

Monday Made It: Coworker Gifts

Hi friends! I'm linking up today with sweet Tara for Monday Made It.  

I don't have any classroom made its to show you because I totally redid my entire classroom last year and I feel that was one huge Monday made it. I only need to change up a few things here and there because I still LOVE it.  As I type this, I realized that I never shared my classroom with you last year.  Never fear, it will happen this year!

My Monday Made It are some simple and inexpensive coworker gifts.  I always like to surprise my coworkers with a little gift at the beginning of the year.  Just something simple and practical to try to get them pumped up for the new year. 

The first option features fun goodies that I found at WalMart. The ribbon is from WalMart as well. Each of these gifts were under $4 each. To allow the layers to stay together, I used tape, which you can see in three of the pictures below.

I gave these beauties to some blogging friends when we met up for lunch and totally forgot to put a tag on them.  However, I think either of these would have been appropriate. 



My second gift idea are the actual gifts I am giving my coworkers. I bought the notepad at Target and the pens at WalMart.  The cost of this gift was under $3 each.  The pink ribbon is from WalMart as well. Again, I used tape to keep everything together.


I have uploaded each of the gift tags from this post to Google Drive.  You can download them here.  
If you don't know how to download and save from Google Drive, check out this tutorial
All you have to do is print, cut, and sign your name on the tag. :)

If you made something for your classroom or your home, go link up for Monday Made It! :)  

I've also made lots of delicious recipes this summer, there were just too many to include in this post.  You can check out my Fourth and Ten in the Kitchen Recipe Recap {here}

If plan on using my gift labels, I'd love to hear about your plans for them in the comments below! 

15 comments:

  1. Great gift ideas! On my to-do list now!
    Kelli
    Tales of a Teacher

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  2. That's such a wonderful idea! I'm changing jobs and will go w/o a paycheck for a month so I don't know that I will be able to do this this year, but maybe next! Thanks for sharing the tags!
    Kelly
    I'm Not Your Grandpa, I'm Your Teacher

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  3. Just bought the 5 pack highlighters for $1 at Staples! Thanks for the great idea and tags!

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  4. Such sweet ideas - I think I may just have to borrow them - as I moving to a bigger school with an actual team : ) Thanks for sharing the tags!

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  5. You would be my favorite coworker ;)

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  6. I just bought some highlighters to do the same thing!! Now I don't have to make a tag!! Thanks girl!!

    Rachel
    A Tall Drink of Water

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  7. These are great these are great!!! Thank you!

    Elizabeth
    Hodges Herald

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  8. Love your gifts! Will be making these for my teammates and my daughter's teacher!

    Brandi
    Swinging for Success
    Follow me on Facebook!

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  9. Isn't Lisa the best?! I was lucky enough to receive a teacher treat from her! The gift was super sweet and wonderful without a cute tag! But, the tags are pretty adorable as well! Such a cute and clever idea! I can't wait use my chevron tags in my new chevron and neon room...

    Amanda
    My Shoe String Life

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  10. Love these coworker gifts! Thanks for the freebie gift tags!

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