Fortunate to be my Teacher – Teacher Appreciation 2011

I loved this idea from eighteen25. This is a very inexpensive gift as well. I got the take out box from my local craft store. The fortune cookies came from my local grocery store in the ethnic food area. I used while almond bark and sprinkles.

Dipped 1 end of the fortune cookie into the white almond bark- then put sprinkles on it. Let it harden on parchment paper.

They looked so fun!!! Only took a few minutes of my time to prepare. 🙂

Boxed them up and added a tag.  The Tag you download from eighteen25 as well. [Free Printable]

The teachers and my daughters interpreter LOVED IT!! I did have to change the tag for my daughters interpreter because she is just as important too if not more. SOOOO CUTE!!!!

This is great for a male teacher as well. My son’s teacher this year is male so this worked out great!

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2 Responses to Fortunate to be my Teacher – Teacher Appreciation 2011
  1. Lauren
    June 17, 2011 | 1:04 pm

    I just love all of you ideas!! Everything you make is so beautiful and super cute! I stumbled upon your website about 2 weeks ago and am finding myself checking daily to read all the past posts! You are just amazing and are such an inspiration!!!! Thank you!

  2. Alexa Fazzini
    May 13, 2013 | 6:01 pm

    Hello, I am a student teacher and I am making this project for my students as a goodbye gift. How did you edit the label to make it say interpreter? I downloaded the blank template butam unsure of how to edit it.

    Alexa Fazzini

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