WordPress database error: [Table './quadium_wrdp27/wp_postmeta' is marked as crashed and should be repaired]
SELECT post_id, meta_key, meta_value FROM wp_postmeta WHERE post_id IN (11137,11128,11223,11222,11125,11126,11134) ORDER BY meta_id ASC
Note: This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #ShareSmiles #CollectiveBias
Can you believe the school year is almost over? It feels like just yesterday we were sending the boys off for their first day in new classes, and now we’re down to just weeks before the summer begins.
As many parents do, I’m sure, I’m getting a little sentimental as summer approaches. We have really loved the boys’ teachers this year and will miss having them! I don’t think I could ever do enough to thank them for all they’ve done for my children – I mean, they’re caring for these cute kiddos, and teaching them so much!
I did want to do a little something to show appreciation as the school year wraps up. I know both teachers love Coke (thanks to sending them a “favorites” survey at the beginning of the school year – which I highly recommend) so I thought it’d be fun to make them a Coke-themed gift basket complete with a theme-appropriate gift tag (which I’ll be sharing with you in just a bit)!
I searched and found a six-pack of 20 ounce bottles with emoticons, “Love”, and “#1” – perfect for these teachers we think are so wonderful. There were so many options to pick from, though – cans and bottles, Diet Coke, Coke Zero – something for everyone, all right on the soda aisle at Brookshire’s.
I think my favorite may be the 2 liter bottle with a spot to write a family’s name on it. So clever! By the way, be sure and keep an eye on Brookshire’s Facebook page for a chances to win yourpoints, offers, fun and conversation.
Once I found the perfect bottles I got down to figuring out what else to include in this gift. A trip to the craft store saved the day! I found red baskets and grey filler, and Brian gets all the credit for finding the perfect polka dot ribbon. I got acrylic mason jar glasses, cute chevron paper straws, a magnetic chalkboard sign and a Coca-Cola magnet. I think it turned out really cute!
Of course, it all comes together with the gift tag I made, and I’m going to share the free printable PDF so you can print your own tags right at home. Just click here to start your download!
Who would you Share a Coke with?