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I made this as a Thank You token.  Shown here is the Front & Back.  I purchased a bag of wildflower seeds.  Scoop 1/4 cup into a snack baggie & inserted the business card sized instructions.  Attached by staple.  Additional depth, added 3-d flower to front. Since I don't have a blog, I uploaded all the printables (w words & without words) to Scribd. Here's the link to collection. 4 printables total.

Thank You token. Purchase a bag of wildflower seeds. Scoop cup into a snack baggie & inserted the business card sized instructions. Attached by staple. Additional depth, added flower to front.

Bliss Candy and Mint Thank You Tag: We made a "mint" candy bag and added these tags. (The bag had every kind of mint candy you could think of inside.) This was for a dinner for volunteers from our church who serve at the school our church partners with. It was just a little thank you, but it also gave them and prospective volunteers an idea of some of the types of things we do for the teachers and staff each month.

Bliss Candy and Mint Thank You Tag: We made a mint candy bag and added these tags. (The bag had every kind of mint candy you could think of inside.)- I think this is a great and simple gift- A.

Volunteer Survival Kit - I should see if I have time to make some of these up for the volunteer appreciation brunch today.

Volunteer Survival Kit - I should see if I have time to make some of these up for the volunteer appreciation brunch today.- Perhaps give out at Orientation?