Hi Friends! Thank you so much for your wonderful response to my Oven Mitt “Smart Cookie” Teacher Gift Idea that I shared yesterday. You guys are the best! I really appreciate all of your kind words so very much. I’m back today with a new creative Chipotle teacher appreciation gift idea! I think this one is so funny! If you have an “un-burrito-ble” teacher in your life, that really is all that and a bag of chips, then this one is for you! haha!
I am always looking for fun ways to dress up gift cards and it’s no secret that I absolutely love Chipotle. So the other day when I was at the restaurant I had this idea of using the iconic “chips” bag as the actual gift bag for this little treat. This is a super easy idea and will take less than 5 minutes of your time to assemble.
Creative Chipotle Teacher Appreciation Gift Idea
To assemble this creative Chipotle teacher appreciation gift idea you will just need a Chipotle gift card, bag of chips from the restaurant, twine, and my “un-burrito-ble teacher” free printable. The large, main printable reads:
To an un-burrito-ble teacher who is truly all that and a bag of…
then there is a smaller, editable printable (where you can add your name) that says:
Thanks for a great year!
To assemble this super awesome, creative Chipotle teacher appreciation gift idea that will surely make your teacher laugh…follow these 4 steps:
- First, download the free printable (located at the bottom of this post). The printable PDF file contains an editable field. Just open the PDF in Adobe Reader and type your name. Then just save and print.
- Next, cut out the entire perimeter of both tags and punch a hole in the top of each tag.
- Then, fold over the top of the paper bag and punch a hole. It’s totally up to you if you want to put the gift card inside the bag or just tape it to the outside.
- Lastly, thread your twine through the hole in the bag and your tags. Tie a bow at the top and you’re done! Super easy and a really fun gift!
Download your “un-burrito-ble teacher” free printable here:
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