Back To School Teacher’s Gift With Free Printable

Back To School Teacher's Gift With Free PrintableMy son starts preschool this month and I thought it’d be nice to make a back to school teacher’s gift.  I wanted to give his new teacher a little token of my appreciation for handling my totally sweet, but sometimes insane four year old!

I considered giving her a jar of candy but then decided to err on the side of practicality with a bottle of hand sanitizer. Sweets may be more fun but come cold season, that teacher is totally going to appreciate this back to school teacher’s gift of sanitizer! Plus, I think this is a very unique and thoughtful gift that will make you and your little one stand out from all the apples. 😉 Let’s get started on this quick, simple and easy to mass produce back to school teacher’s gift!

Supplies needed to make your own Back To School Teacher’s sanitizer gift:

Step 1. Use the free Studio file to cut out the “I’m Ready To Get My Hands Dirty” Tag. It fits perfectly on a 4.25 inch x 5.5 inch piece of cardstock, with very little wasted.

teachergift02smStep 2. Peel off the original hand sanitizer labels and use Goo Gone to remove any excess glue. Print the Hand Sanitizer Label onto the Silhouette Printable Sticker Paper, trim and adhere to the front of the hand sanitizer bottle.

Back To School Teacher's Gift With Free Printable - Crafts UnleashedStep 3. Slip the the tag over the hand sanitizer pump and tie a small piece of baker’s twine for the final touch!

teachergift04smWhat do you think? Hand sanitizer: totally useful or too utilitarian? Either way, I hope your kids have a wonderful school year with amazing teachers!


About Vanessa

Vanessa is a self proclaimed sleep deprived mother of two adorable boys and when she has a little time to spare, she makes things and posts about them on her craft blog, Tried & True. If she’s not cooking, sewing, gluing or making, she would probably go crazy. Join her on her crafty adventure at


  1. Tarah says

    This is a cute idea and it’s so nice of you to share. I went to download the file and it saves it in a .studio format which can’t be opened (even after joining their site. Is there anyway you can re-publish in a .pdf format so that others can use it? I would really appreciate it.


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