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    I was thinking about doing either movie vouchers or coffee vouchers for dd's 3 main carers. I hadn't thought about the floating carers though.

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    Each main carer for DS2 (6 of them) and DS1 school teacher will get cookie in a jar and the recipe attached and the rest I'm making reindeer nose chocolates (malt rasters with a Jaffa in it) with little tags.

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    Main carer (never more than one): westfield gift voucher $50
    Receptionist/admin: Bottle of wine $25-30
    Staff of child's room: card and box of chocs $20

    Now, at primary, the class gets a gift for the teacher and it's $20 per child.

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    I was going to do something like this lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by kriista View Post
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    I was going to do something like this lol
    That's Cool!! Where would you get the labels done?
    Last year I gave the teachers a plant each in a terracotta pot with ds's hand prints on it with 'thanks for helping me grow'

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    I have found some labels on eBay!

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    I am after some ideas too. Last year I bought a selection of teas from t2 for all the staff to share. Not sure what to get this year.

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