Candy Cane Bouquets and Gifts for Teachers 

Day 23 of our “Countdown to Christmas” has arrived and here’s what we’ve been up to:

‘Ai put her talent to work again and started preparing the Christmas Bouquet we’re making for my Mom.
Gosh she’s so talented. Here’s the semi-finished product. We’re going to be adding a bouquet of scratch off tickets into the center later.
We baked some chocolate chip cookies for ‘Ai’s teachers and dressed it up real cute and added a gift card. 🙂

Everybody likes Starbucks right? Lol. We included a Starbucks gift card with her teachers’ cookies. 🙂

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Tonight we’re reading A Wish to Be a Christmas Tree for our “25 Days of Christmas Reading Challenge“. You can read this book right from your phone or tablet using the Epic! reading app. Don’t forget to sign up for your free trial!

Thanks for stopping by! Be sure to follow the MajorLeagueMommy blog and follow me on social media to stay up-to-date on my Countdown to Christmas posts. See you tomorrow for Day 24! Can you believe it’ll be Christmas Eve ALREADY?? 

Happy Holidays and Happy Parenting!
25 Days to Christmas Challenge:

Day 1: Winter Bucket List

Day 2: Our Handmade Christmas Decoration

Day 3: Messy Fun, Holiday Treats, and Christmas Movies 

Day 4: Best Christmas Movies to Watch as a Family 

Day 5: 5 Ways to Celebrate the Holidays with Your Family

Day 6: Christmas Wishes + #DecemberToRemember Giveaway Hop

Day 7: 9 Great Gifts for the Child That Loves Art

Day 8: Early Gift Opening and The Polar Express

Day 9: How to Make a Marshmallow Snowman

Day 10: Winter Concert Practice and Vlogmas Videos

Day 11: Our Favorite Christmas Classics

Day 12: 5 Money-Saving Tips for the Holidays

Day 13: Snow Day Fun!

Day 14: Super Simple Christmas Cookies 

Day 15: Christmas Concert

Day 16: Saving Santa

Day 17: Ice Palace Christmas Tree

Day 18: Christmas Dinner Menu 

Day 19: The Christmas Program

Day 20: Hot Chocolate with Marshmallows and Karaoke

Day 21: Christmas Activities and the 1st Day of Winter

Day 22: Naughty or Nice? 

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17 thoughts on “Candy Cane Bouquets and Gifts for Teachers 

  1. Great post! I love the candy cane boutique. It looks like a great project to make.

  2. These are absolutely gorgeous – I especially love the candy cane bouquet! As a teacher I would absolutely love any of these gifts – there’s nothing better than getting a gift a child made themselves! x
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  3. Everyone likes Starbucks! I think we may do the candy cane bouquets next year. It’s nice when the kids can participate in making the gifts.

    1. The kids really have a lot of fun making gifts. It makes it so much more enjoyable. 🙂

  4. So adorable! I’ve never seen a candy cane bouquet like this before! And what fun to make them — I love homemade gifts!

    1. Homemade gifts are the best! 🙂

  5. My goodness, this is just beautiful. A simple yet wonderful homemade gift idea for teachers and that candy cane bouquet is definitely unique and gorgeous.

  6. Your 30 days posts have been great. I love how easy they are and very affordable. I love candy cane bouquets too.

  7. Chante

    Love this idea! Great read!

  8. Candy cane bouquet looks so cute! Maybe I’ll try this next year!

    1. It was super cute and was actually pretty easy to make.

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