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Tis’ the week for holiday parties at school, saying goodbye before Christmas break, and exchanging gifts with the teachers we’ve all grown to love. To create a gift that is thoughtful and adorable at the same time all you need is something indulgent and a way to wrap up your children’s age appropriate adorableness into the packaging. Lindt LINDOR chocolate truffles are an indulgent treat any teacher will love, they will certainly do the trick!

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For older kids, giving teachers a truffle wreath is a great way to say thank you in a language everyone loves. Chocolate! To make this gift purchase a small (or large) wire wreath frame and a bag of Lindt LINDOR Peppermint White Chocolate truffles. Using hot glue on the backs of the truffles attach them to the wreath frame. A ribbon for hanging and a hand written thank you note from your child will create a gift any teacher will treasure. With the pretty packaging on the chocolates, this gift doesn’t even need to be wrapped.

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For smaller children, they can help stuff Lindt LINDOR truffles into mason jars. Grab a roll of chalkboard paper to attach to the tops of the jars. Trace the jar circle onto the chalkboard paper and use double sided tape to stick the paper on top. Help the children write in their names in chalk for an endearing gift that will be promptly devoured.

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Do you have a special gift you like to give teachers and office staff each year? This is our first year with double classes, which means a whole list of wonderful ladies to shop for. I love that these jars are basic enough to make in an afternoon, and with really good quality chocolate inside, a gift they will definitely love.

This post is done in promotional partnership with Lindt. Their chocolates are a favorite in our house for eating and gifting!

(Photography © A Subtle Revelry by Jocelyn Noel)