These darling thank you for helping me grow tags are perfect for all teachers and moms! These free printable thank you tags are a  sweet little way to let someone know they have made a difference in your life.

thank you for helping me grow tag on succulent on tera cotta pot

Related: If you are looking for ways to make life richer and more meaningful share a bit of love and gratitude. Celebrate teachers with fun and creative Teacher Appreciation Gift Ideas and make mom feel special with these Mother’s Day Crafts Ideas. She is sure to love this Mother’s Day Coloring sheet and child’s handprint craft. This one says I love you bunches!

Thank You for Helping Me Grow Tags

These free printable gift tags make it easy to celebrate a great teacher who has gone the extra mile or to say love you mom for her unconditional love! Write a cute note to make this gift idea extra special. Download this adorable card. It is a pencil. Everyone loves to feel appreciated and it doesn’t have to be a huge and elaborate gift. A small gift can be just as meaningful and heartfelt.

How to make

You will need:

  • Hole punch
  • Twine or Ribbon
  • Cardstock
  • Printer
  • Scissors
  • Plant or Flowers – I think mini plants and a mini planter are cute to gift, and easy for a child to carry to school

To make these custom gift tags download the PDF. Print the digital designs in color on heavy white cardstock.  Punch a hole at the top and tie it onto your gift, gift basket, or stem of the flowers with a bit of ribbon or twine.

assorted floral thank you for helping me grow printable gift tags on one page
Thank You for Helping Me Grow Digital Download of the file

I took a little succulent in a mini terra cotta flower pot and tied the tag on with twine. Succulents are a nice plant to give because they don’t require a lot of care, but I think a pot of flowers in a decorative pot is also appreciated!

printable teacher gift tag spool of twine clay pot

Thank You for Helping Me Bloom Tags

If flowers are more your speed I changed it up to say bloom. I personally always love to receive flowers and they are a great way to add joy to teacher appreciation week.

—-> Helping Me Bloom Download

How sweet these are for not just elementary and high school teachers. What about using it to show grandparents, a nanny, Sunday school teachers, tutors, fitness instructors, teammates, any good teacher, dear mom, or special person in your life a bit of appreciation? They would also make cute party favors for a lady’s lunch.

thank you for helping me bloom tag tied to pink roses

I have several more tags that work for gifting plants and flowers. This plant stake that looks like a ruler is one of my favorites. It is an especially great teacher’s gift idea.

thank you for helping me grow teacher gift
The perfect addition to a classroom and then the teacher can take it home and enjoy!

Who doesn’t love a gift card? These can be used for anyone, but certainly, make a great end of the school year teacher gift for a teacher’s hard work this year! This Thanks for helping me grow printable holder would be perfect for giving a gift card to a local nursery or garden center. These also look great printed on kraft cardstock so you have a kraft envelope.

red flowers with thank you for helping me grow tag
End of the Year Gift Tag

Related: Easily celebrate teachers with these teacher appreciation ideas. You will want to check out these door ideas if you need to decorate the door of a teacher.

Printable Gift Tags

Here are more printable tags that you can use to make great gifts and let people know you appreciate them!

I hope all these ideas make it easy to send special wishes to a friend, mom, dad, or teacher this year! Do you send your child to school with a gift? What are some of your favorite teacher gifts?

I would love to keep you fully stocked with creative ideas, yummy recipes, fun crafts, and loads of free printables. Subscribe to Skip to my Lou to get new ideas delivered to your inbox. Follow me on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, and Instagram for all my latest updates.

About Cindy Hopper

Learn More

you may also like


  1. Do you allow people to use these to sell their own products? Like to include on a cookie set sold by a bakery?

  2. You have the best ideas. I love this. It’s a very simple and inexpensive way to express our gratitude for our kids teachers. Thank you again for sharing!

  3. What a fantastic craft idea, I think we are going to customize these in my Sunday school class for the coming fathers day and attach them to a cute pair of cheesy socks. These are genius!

  4. Oh my goodness! I love this idea and I can’t wait to use it. Thank you for such a great idea!

  5. Thank you for this template; this is exactly what I needed for teacher Christmas gifts! You saved me TONS of time!!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *