|Quarts of ice cream - Makes for great little gifts
|The lids and containers were sold in bulk separately but now we will have them on hand for future gifts
|Our Pink Peppermint ice cream has chunks of smashed candy cane in it, for extra peppermintiness.
|cool and yummy ice cream treat
|working quickly to wrap as I didn't want the ice cream to melt
After that I made a simple card out of card stock. Red card stock as the base and white for the message. I had some old crinkle scissors lying around so I tried to make the edges of the white note fancier. I added the "Thank-you for being such a cool teacher" to the front. I used rubber cement to seal them together.
|On the back I added a personalized thank you note and also explained what the gift was, ingredients, etc.
|I just love the shiny little ice cream scoop across the top with all the curling ribbon
I added the labels last minute in the morning, because I wasn't sure what the rubber cement glue would do in the freezer. After that it was only a race against the clock to get it to school (luckily it was close by) and present it to the teachers so they could get it to a freezer until the end of the day. They seemed very excited about receiving their gifts! By the way if you don't have the ability to make your own ice cream, you could pick up a quart of their favorite flavor and present it the same way. I love it. A little unexpected but very appreciated.