Bee themed teacher thank you gift
Our school teachers this year have had a lot on their plates, and as we have pandemic schooled, we have realised just how much they do and how good at it they are.
This year, give a gift to your child’s teacher that they will love, use and will be good for the planet as well. As they see their wildflowers growing and self seeding each year, they will be able to remember their pupils growing up alongside them. You can see from the diversity of seeds just how many different flowers are included in the mix.
This teacher gift set includes:
- A luxury A6 card printed on to premium lightly textured card. The illustration is from original artwork featuring hexagonal honeycomb shapes, a watercolour bee and a heart shaped trail with the words “thank you for bee-ing an awesome teacher” (I just had to get a pun in there, I’m sure teachers will forgive the misspelling of ‘being’ in this instance!)
- A bar of Soap So It Is soap handmade in Belfast, Northern Ireland. This soap is called ‘milk + honey’ referencing the garden of Eden flowing with milk and honey, and is made with goats milk (great for sensitive skin and eczema prone hands) and real honey. The soap has a lovely delicate smell and an attractive pastel yellow colour. It produces a good amount of bubbles. The bee on the soap packaging even matches the bee on the card!
- A 4g packet of wildflower seeds selected especially to attract bees and other pollinators. Included in the mix are seeds for cornflowers, poppies, purple tansy, zinnia, blue lupin, corn marigold and gypsophila amongst others. There’s a mix of annuals and perennials in a lovely array of colours. You can see the variety of seeds in the photographs - they will grow as our children have grown this year thank you to their dedicated teachers.
Shipped in a letterbox friendly cardboard box so it will be delivered even if you’re out. Each item is carefully wrapped in tissue paper to make sure it gets to you in tip top condition.
And since parents have also been teachers this year, why not treat these ‘teachers’ to a set as well?!