Craft: Thanks A Latte Starbucks Teacher Gift

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Thanks A Latte Starbucks Gift Card Thank You Gift Idea

I don’t know any teacher that wouldn’t appreciate a Starbucks gift card for Teacher Appreciation Week! While you are picking up the gift card, ask the barista for a clean frappuccino cup and straw. Gift cards don’t always come across as the most personal gifts, but they can if you take a little time to thoughtfully package them. Stick the gift card in the frap cup and print out the “thanks a latte” tag from below. This thank you gift would be perfect for teachers, administration, nurses, assistants or just about anyone that would love a cup of coffee! All of the teachers in our life will be receiving this gift, along with some Reese’s Pieces, during Teacher Appreciation Week. How will you be celebrating your favorite teachers?


Starbucks Frappuccino Cup & Straw
Kraft Crinkle Paper
White Crinkle Paper
Starbucks Gift Card
White Card Stock Paper
Thanks A Latte Tags
White Ribbon


Step 1: Print out the free printable tags on white card stock paper. 


Step 2: Cut out the tags and punch a hole through the circle at the top of each tag.

Thanks A Latte Tag 3 copy

Step 3: Fill the bottom of the empty Starbucks Frappuccino cup with kraft brown crinkle paper. Stick the gift card in the middle, surrounded by the paper.

Thanks A Latte Teacher Gift 2 copy

Step 4: Attach the lid to the cup and fill with white crinkle paper. Place the straw in the cup. 

Thanks A Latte Teacher Gift 3 copy

Step 5; Attach a tag to the cup using white ribbon. Tie the ribbon in a bow and cut the ends at an angle. Gift to your favorite teacher!

Thanks A Latte Tag 2 copy Thanks A Latte Tag 1 copy

You might also like these teacher appreciation gift ideas:

Teacher Survival Kit

Garden Kit Jar

Reese’s Pieces Teacher Gift

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I'm Vanessa and it's my mission in life to spread my love of hot glue guns and glitter to others. I suffer from craft ADHD, regularly working on at least 10 projects at the same time and my craft room looks like a tornado hit it. My first craft book, Party in a Jar, was published in 2014. I look forward to crafting with you!

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