To do this, you'll need:
-Potted Plant of your choice
1. I cut a circle (ish) bit of the plastic bag to wrap around the base of the pot. I figured this would help keep any extra moisture from leaking through the burlap. You can wrap it tightly and secure it with tape to the sides of the pot. I just wrapped it and made sure the ends were sticking up.
2. I cut a big square of burlap and placed the pot in the center. Then I just pulled it straight up, making a little sack for the pot to rest in. Next, I cut a length of ribbon, wrapped it around the pot (near the top), and tied a tight knot.
The teachers ended up loving the plants and pretty ribbon. I could have made a cute printable that said something like "thanks for growing with me this year" or something, but when I considered it, my brain said, "ain't nobody got time for that." So I listened.
What's your favorite thing to give to teachers as a special "thank you"?
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