Gift Idea: Thanks for Being TEA-rrific – Free Printable

Do you have someone “tea-rrific” you want to thank? Here’s a fun and cute gift idea for a teacher, volunteer, friend or anyone special in your life. Last year, I received a similar thank you gift for being a parent volunteer in my kids’ classroom. I loved the gift so much I wanted to create my own printable tags to share with you.


All you have to do is print our “TEA-rrific” tags and attach it to a reusable cold cup or mug.

We have different versions of the printables – such as “Thanks for being a TEA-RRIFIC Teacher” as well as a general “You are TEA-RRIFIC” tag.


You can fill the inside of the cup with tea bags, ice tea mixes, candy and a gift card. What items would put in your gift cup?


You can use a Reusable Cold Tumbler, Reusable Double Wall Cold Cup or a Reusable To-Go Mug.


Download our “TEA-RRIFIC” printables. The links for the different options are listed below:

Have fun putting together and giving your gift with these “TEA-RRIFIC” printable tags.

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Creative Organizing Ideas – Gift Wrapping Storage


I love finding creative storage and organizing solutions and then sharing them with you. Here are a few ideas I found recently for storing gift wrapping paper.

How do you organize your gift wrapping supplies?

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Creative Wrapping Ideas for Gift Cards


Do you like gift cards? Personally, I love receiving gift cards. I also like to give them to friends and family on special occasions or just to say thank you. A gift card is a great present option but it may appear impersonal. Here are 12 ideas to turn your gift card giving into a more thoughtful present.

Gift Card with a Candy Bar – Place a gift card on top of a candy bar.

Bath & Body Works Gift Card– Attach an inexpensive small body wash, soap or lotion to a gift card. Better yet, get a free lotion when Bath & Body Works offers a coupon for a free 2oz lotion product like they recently did here.

Home Improvement Store Gift Card – If you’re giving a home improvement store gift card to someone who plans to redecorate with paint, then attach a small paint brush and a few paint chip samples. The paint chip samples are free and the paint brush was under $1. Another idea is to give the gift card with a a keychain measuring tape or small screwdriver set.

Bookstore Gift Card – Purchase a small journal or inexpensive book to wrap with a bookstore gift card. The hardcover notebook pictured above cost only $1 at Michaels found in their dollar bin.

Craft Themed Gift Card – If you’re giving a gift card to a craft store like Michaels, then attach a small inexpensive craft tool like a flower puncher. I bought the one pictured above for $1.

Starbucks Gift Card Idea #1 – One year while I was purchasing a Starbucks gift card, they ran out of gift card holders. The barista handed me an empty unused Starbucks Holiday red cup and suggested it would be cute to place the gift card inside. She was right. Fill it with small candies around the gift card, top with the white lid and tie with a bow.


Starbucks Gift Card Idea #2 – Another fun idea for a Starbucks gift card is to stuff brown and white tissue in a Starbucks clear cup and place Starbucks gift card inside. Top with a lid, straw and ribbon. I found this great idea over at Saucy Sprinkles.

Spa Gift Card – A spa gift card can be wrapped with nail polish. Idea found on Jacolyn Murphy.

Baking Theme Gift Card – For a baking themed gift card, place candy in a whisk and attach gift card to it. Love this “We WHISK you a Merry KISSmas” idea from Today’s Fabulous Finds. Another idea is to wrap the gift card with a spatula or oven mitts.

Movie Theatre Gift Card – If you plan to give a movie gift card, then use a popcorn bag, popcorn bucket, or make your own using a printable from In Between Laundry. Fill it with popcorn and candy and insert gift card. You could also wrap with an un-popped bag of microwave popcorn and a box of candy.


Gift Card in a Snow Globe – I love how beautiful these gift cards look in a snow globe.  I found this on One Charming Party. They do note: They tested the gift cards after a week and they still worked. However, they don’t recommend leaving the gift cards in the water longer than a week.

Gift Card in a Jar with Candy – If you have jars and small candies, then this idea will be easy to do. This idea was found on Heavenly Homemakers.

Do you have any creative ways to wrap gift cards? Please share with us.

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Creative Gift Wrap (Paper and Fabric Edition)


Last week, I gave you ideas on how to turn plain brown paper packages into pretty gift wrap. This post is about other creative gift wrapping ideas using paper and fabric.

Do you wrap gifts in something other than traditional wrapping paper?

Find other creative gift wrapping ideas HERE.

Creative Gift Wrapping Ideas (Brown Paper Packages Edition)


If you are looking for some simple and inexpensive ways to wrap presents this holiday season, then try using brown paper packaging.

“Brown paper packages tied up with string. These are a few of my favorite things…”  I love that song!

Anyways, here are some ideas for turning plain brown paper packages into pretty gift wrap.

Do you wrap gifts in brown paper such as kraft paper rolls, packaging paper or even grocery paper bags? How do you embellish it?

Find other creative gift wrapping ideas HERE.