Aren't they the cutest little pumpkins?
I accompanied it with some pumpkin, chocolate chip bread!
Just so colorful, delicious, creative, and cheery! To contain the pumpkin pretzels, I used cupcake liners. This made the pretzels stay put and if the school office staff wanted to share, but just a few, they could hand the school nurse or the gym teacher ONE cupcake liner ~ as to say, this is all you get. Hehe.
I wrapped them up and added some personalized printables.
I also attached a homemade printable with the teachers' names on it.
A scarf holder. Why?
Because they also received a pumpkin scarf!
A Reese's peanut butter pumpkin.
Spiced Pumpkin scented packet from Kirklands. Are you seeing the theme?
Candy Corn Hershey's bar.
Autumn owl hand sanitizer.
A decorative straw!
Pumpkin pie chap stick.
A spider ring.
A spooky needle pen!
A diet coke because they say that's their favorite drink. MINE TOO!
Each teacher also received a Chick-Fil-A calendar.
Believe it or NOT, I purchased these beauties from the Dollar Tree and thought they were quite bland.
So I went searching for an embellishment to add to them. It took me quite a while. It couldn't be a sticker or wooden piece because the cups would have to be washed at one point or another. I spotted these awesome spider webs/spiders at Michael's Crafts.
Just add some hot glue to the back and WALAA! Talk about turning something plain looking into something darling.
Mrs. Early (1st grade student teacher) and Mrs. Robin (the bus driver) also could NOT be forgotten. I bought these light up cups, last Halloween, after Halloween was way over with. Originally $5.99, but I paid $.59 cents. Press a button and the cup lights up.
Inside, they also received a gift card to Starbucks, a Reese's pumpkin peanut butter cup, pumpkin chap stick, and a candy corn hershey's bar.
I know this blessed their day! I have already received mounds of very sweet thank you notes.