Pink Floral Printables for Volunteer and Teacher Appreciation

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Pink peony volunteer and teacher appreciation printables | 11 Magnolia Lane

April is volunteer appreciation month, so a few years ago I created a set of printables to use at an event honoring military volunteers (here) and teachers (here).  Those posts have been popular enough that I figured it was time to come up with a different color scheme so you can mix it up a bit this year.

Pink floral volunteer and teacher appreciation printables | 11 Magnolia Lane

The quotes are designed to print on 5 x 7 photo paper, then I put them in a frame from the dollar store (I can never find the right gold, so I use my favorite gold spray paint). They look great on a table if you’re hosting an event, or they can even be wrapped in a cellophane bag and given as a small gift.

Pink floral volunteer and teacher appreciation printables | 11 Magnolia Lane

That same gold spray paint is perfect on vases from the dollar store (I do use a clear coat so that fingerprints don’t show on the gold).

Pink floral volunteer and teacher appreciation printables | 11 Magnolia Lane

(For inexpensive roses, I recommend Fresh Market, and for other flowers, Trader Joe’s.)

 

Pink floral volunteer and teacher appreciation printables | 11 Magnolia Lane

To download and print these, just click on the link below and the image will open in a new window.  Right mouse click and select “Save As” to save the image to your computer.  When you print, select 5 x 7 and “borderless printing” if you have that option; every printer is different.

Gordon Hinckley | Winston Churchill | Terri Guillemets | Mother Teresa | Edwin Hubbel Chapin | David ThomasWhy I Volunteer

For teacher appreciation, several of the volunteer quotes will work, but the two below are teacher-specific:

Pink floral volunteer and teacher appreciation printables | 11 Magnolia Lane

Henry Adams | Teacher Quote

I also created labels for my favorite “custom” chocolates:

Pink floral volunteer and teacher appreciation printables | 11 Magnolia Lane

These print on Avery address labels and then you wrap them around Hershey’s Nuggets.  Easy!

Address Labels | Hershey’s Nuggets

The volunteer labels are here and the teacher labels are here.  When they open in a new window, just save them to your computer (they’re both PDFs) and print.

Pink floral volunteer and teacher appreciation printables | 11 Magnolia Lane

If you’re giving gifts, then here are the matching gift tags.  They are formatted for Avery 22807 tags.Pink floral volunteer and teacher appreciation printables | 11 Magnolia Lane

Download tag file here | Buy tags here

Pink floral volunteer and teacher appreciation printables | 11 Magnolia Lane

The gray font color I use throughout is hex #808080 and the fonts are Coffeebreak and Special Elite.  Both are available through PicMonkey, our favorite user-friendly photo editing software.

Pink floral volunteer and teacher appreciation printables | 11 Magnolia Lane

If you’re creating your own customized tags using Avery’s Design & Print (another one I absolutely love, and it’s free), then here’s a blank tag you can save and use:

And here’s a blank 5 x 7 template if you want to create your own customized quotes:

You can see that the monogrammed ring/jewelry bowls that I made in this post are still going strong as gift ideas (I have five good ideas and I reuse them constantly).

Pink floral volunteer and teacher appreciation printables | 11 Magnolia Lane

If you noticed that I haven’t included name tags in this suite, it’s because I’m creating fancy ones on my Silhouette CAMEO; I’ll share them separately when I’m finished. If you need something sooner or don’t have a Silhouette, just use the blank gift tag above in the Avery software and you can customize your own.

Pink floral volunteer and teacher appreciation printables | 11 Magnolia Lane

Here are all the different things I’ve linked to in one convenient place:

Sources

And {HERE} is the post to the last group of printables; they’re a little more bright and colorful.

Free Printable Volunteer Appreciation | 11 Magnolia Lane

It probably goes without saying this to 99.9999% of you, but these are free for personal use only.  I found the last batch for sale on Etsy and that was kind of annoying.

I hope this saves you some time–please pin or share if it did!

Thanks for stopping by~

 

 

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  1. I love these. What a wonderful gift to give to a teacher or any volunteer. Gonna pass this along to a friend who is in charge of teacher appreciation at the church.

  2. I LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE your blog!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Thank you for sharing these beautiful things for free! I am working on a volunteer luncheon at my school and they are going to be perfect! Is there a link to the blank 5X7 quote template, or am I missing it? Thank you!

    • I’m so glad they’re helpful, Erin! Just right mouse click on the blank template and select “Save As.” Then save it to your computer. Hope that helps!
      Christy

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