I’d always wanted to gift Charlie and Olive’s teachers office supplies, and I thought Easter was the perfect opportunity because I could use egg cartons as containers. You can fill the cartons with anything you like – school supplies, chocolate, candy, beauty products, etc., and even take it up a notch by painting the cartons like Mina did here. This is a super easy gift that anyone can make!

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Minhee of Paper Cup Design created these adorable printable labels and tags so you can make your own egg carton teacher gifts. There are two different templates — the bunny and the polka dots — each in two different colors, and coordinating gift tags as well. Find links to the templates at the end of the post!


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All you need is the printable template, an empty egg carton, scissors, glue, plastic eggs (optional), and your choice of filling. Easy peasy — my favorite kind of project!

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Here’s a closer peek at what’s inside: heart push pins, emoji stickers, rubber bands, EOS lip balm, washi tape, binder clips, dessert erasers, pencil sharpener, post-it flags, mini clothespins, green baker’s twine, and a bee chocolate.

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I tied the boxes up with some baker’s twine and a gift tag, but you could omit this step as well and it’d still make an adorably thoughtful gift for any teacher.

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Here is the downloadable pdf with all the printables you see below!