Bloom Teacher Gift Tag Printable

Bloom Teacher Gift Tag Printable

    It’s almost surreal to think that the end of the school year is almost upon us. Wasn’t it just yesterday that we were all getting ready for Back to School? The good news is that this means that warmer weather is coming along with all of the other wonderful activities that signal the beginning of summer.

    This past Friday, I was driving to school when I received a phone call from a former teaching colleague and dear friend of mine. She was contacting me to let me know that she had run into the parent of one of my former students. This particular parent also worked as the pupil services secretary at my former school so I had the pleasure of having two of her children as my students.

    Her older son is currently attending college in Westchester County and she wanted to let me know that he will be graduating in June with a degree in English. He told her to let me know that I inspired him to become an English teacher when he was in my English Language Arts class in middle school. I’m sure I don’t have to tell you that this news brought tears to my eyes. As a teacher I live for these moments where I have such a positive impact on the lives of my students.

    This Spring, make sure you thank all the dedicated teachers in your children’s lives. Their contributions are helping to shape the minds of the leaders of tomorrow and they deserve the recognition.

Bloom Teacher Gift Tag Printable


  • Printable (best printed on white card stock)
  • Hole Punch
  • Scissors
  • Ribbon


Bloom Teacher Gift Tag Printable


  1. Use scissors to cut along the dotted lines on each printable tag.
  2. Use the hole punch to create a hole in the top left corner of the tag. Use the space along the bottom of the tag (or the back) to write a short note or sign your name.
  3. Cut a piece of ribbon and place both ends through the back of the tag creating a loop. Place the loop over a jar or vase of fresh flowers, and pull the ends through the front of the tag tightly.
  4. Tie a ribbon to complete the attachment.

Let’s Discuss: What are some of the ways that you show your appreciation for the teachers in your life at the end of the school year?

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  1. What a lovely idea! I really like the colors and fonts used here and I think it’s a great compliment to pay teachers.

  2. Great tags. They are so cute. Great design. This is such a great thing to attach to a gift for teachers.

  3. I’m an English as a Foreign Language Teacher in New York City and can personally attest that getting sweet notes mean a lot! Nice suggestions here.

  4. Thanks for sharing this! It looks really well made and very creative, and I know many teachers will appreciate the card. 🙂

  5. This is such a cute idea! I am still looking around for something to do for my daughter’s teachers, and I love this idea!

  6. Oh, I love this! What a great idea and a fab printable to share – thank you! I will be using this for my children’s teachers!

  7. This is such a cute idea, think I may use this idea for my son’s teachers! Thank you sharing

  8. What a cute idea! I love things that are printable, they’re great.

  9. Teachers are such important people in our lives since they help to shape our lives in a big way, but it is unfortunate to see many forgetting about teachers once they graduate. It must have felt so nice to hear such good new from a parent and definitely, you deserve more! Thee printables are cute and yes, the are nice suggestions.

  10. Minakshi Bajpai says

    I am still looking around for something to do for my daughter’s teachers, and I love this idea! Thanks for sharing this!

  11. Very nice touch. This also teaches kids to appreciate their teachers and others.

  12. This is an adorable gift idea for the end of the school year. Our teachers have been amazing this year and I would love to do this for them!

  13. This is an adorable idea!

  14. Love this graphic! It makes giving thanks stylish!! Thanks for sharing.

  15. These look like such a lot of fun for teachers. I will have to show this to my daughter. Its her last year in elementary school and she would love putting these tags on gifts to her teachers.

  16. That is such a cute and inexpensive idea for a teacher gift!

  17. Such a great gift tag. I love how you paired it with a bluish-green mason jar and the flowers for your photo.

  18. Agentszerozerosetter says

    Such a lovely idea! Love the characters and the stamps on your printables, sweet and beautiful!

  19. That is super cute and pretty ! Love the tag!

  20. Janet W. says

    That is such a cute tag and so fitting for the gift! What a great way to make a teacher feel special and appreciated!

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