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If you haven’t heard yet, Teacher Appreciation Week is May 5-9th. So to get ready we have been posting lots of easy ideas for you to make your child’s teacher a special something to show how much you appreciate all of their hard work!
So far this week we have shared printable tags to attach to soda (You are ‘SO-DA’ teacher!) and water bottles (I just can’t bottle it up anymore!) Both gifts were super cute and something that I’m sure any teacher would appreciate. Today we have TWO printables that you can use to add to your gifts!
If you have a super awesome teacher you should definitely think about getting them a pretty candle warmer! I know teachers love to have their classrooms smell nice, but you aren’t allowed to have candles with open flames (due to obvious reasons!) burning. I know when I was teaching lots of teachers brought in candle warmers to plug in to keep their classrooms smelling nice!
This warmer is so pretty! It’s from Candlewarmers.com and is actually a warming lamp, which means it actually gives off some light as opposed to a traditional warmer.
It comes in black and white so it is perfect for any decor! (You can get one here.)
I *love* Candlewarmers.com! We have their products all throughout the house. See? Isn’t the owl candle warmer the cutest? (Get him here!) Their products are really top notch!
I promise – whoever you purchase a candle warmer for will be super happy! :) Attach our cute printable tag (find it below!!) and some ribbon and you have a perfect gift!
Want to know what goes great with candle warmers or even as gifts on their own? Candles! City Creek Candles is hands down my favorite place to get candle and candle waxes! I love them because they are super awesome quality, but their site is so easy to find exactly what you are looking for! Their (tons) of scents are organized by categories like citrus + fruit, woods, sea + sand, green + herbal and more!
We have the frosted cake wax in our candle warmer and, true story, the first time we put it on Josh came up from the basement because he thought I had made cupcakes. (He was quite disappointed! No cupcakes – just a candle!)
This time they sent me Sugared and Citrus. You have no clue how amazing this sells! I’m obsessed!
Make sure to print the gift tag (below!!) and add your favorite ribbon to create a fun (and great smelling!!) gift!
To attach the bow to the candle I just cut a piece of ribbon to fit snugly around the jar and hot glued it to form a loop and slipped it on.
If your ribbon is a little loose just put a small dot of hot glue on the glass and it should hold. When your teacher is ready to use the candle it should pull of pretty easily.
Just save the above image to your computer (or flash drive). I fit mine to take up one page and printed it at a local copy shop on card stock.
(Don’t forget to Pin!)
Check out some of out other teacher appreciation gift ideas here.