You’re Peachy Keen free printable thank you gift tags are perfect for teacher appreciation gifts, hostess gifts or any occasion where you need a gift!
Enjoy these cute Free Printable Gift Tags!
I stopped by the farmers market yesterday and was drawn to the new crop of peaches. They not only smelled amazing, but looked delicious. Just looking at them inspired me to come up with a peach theme for gifts!
Of course I had to snap a photo to save on Instagram. You might see this photo and think, so what… it’s just a bunch of peaches? Well, I like to put photos online as a reminder that something has inspired me to create art. I might design something based on the photo soon or a few months later, but at least the inspiration is saved online for me. Thank goodness for iPhone cameras!
It’s funny where artists get inspiration from isn’t it? Since the peaches made me happy, I thought of a smiling peach dancing around in my mind.
Even though I had a TON of other things to do, I bought the peaches and a few other locally made peach products and went to my studio to begin drawing the happy little peach I had in my head!
Isn’t he cute?
So with some ribbon, my new “You Are Peachy Keen” thank you gift tags and the farmer’s market peach products, I began decorating for teacher gifts!
My daughter was dying to eat one of her teacher’s peaches, but we got them to school without her stealing one! I’m sure she’ll talk her teacher into letting her have one for the school snack:-)
This is a sweet and simple gift idea for any occasion!
You can use these free printable thank you tags for all kinds of peach themed gifts. Make some peach cobbler to share with a nice neighbor, bag up some fresh peaches for simple thank you, make or buy some yummy peach salsa for a hostess gift, or use these tags for homemade peach jam!
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Click here to download: Peachy Keen Free Printable Tags
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Originally published on May 8, 2015. Last Updated on April 18, 2019 by Amy Locurto