DIY Mint Thank You Gift

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This DIY Mint Thank You gift is the perfect way to tell someone how much you appreciate all they do! The mint thank you tags are free to print and make this gift so easy to put together.

A tall image of the finished DIY Mint Thank You Gift.
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People who are awesome deserve to be acknowledged! Giving someone a little gift that says thank you for all the ways they make life better is a fun way to make them smile!

Thank You gifts are one of my favorite things, and go so much farther than just a little note, message, or even a card. They don’t have to be big elaborate gifts that cost a lot of money or take a long time to make, but can be as quick and easy as this thank you mint printable and a mint-themed candy item!

How do you make this DIY Mint Thank You Gift?

Step 1: Gather your supplies.

Overhead view of the DIY Mint Thank You Gift printable tags that say "thank you for your encouragemint, commitmint, investmint, involvemint".".
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You will need:

Free Printable
Thank You Gift Tags

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    Step 2: Cut out the printable mint thank you tags.

    Closeup of the finished DIY Mint Thank You Gift.
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    As you can see from the photo above, these mint gift tags print four to-a-page. Make multiple gifts to thank a group of people, or have extra tags on hand in case you mess up the first.

    Use a sharp pair of scissors and cut out the tags around the mint-colored border.

    Each tag says:

    “Thank you for your encouragemint, commitmint, investmint, involvemint.”

    Pro Tip: Print these tags out on cardstock for the best results. Regular paper will be too flimsy and will likely tear. Cardstock paper can be found in the office supply section of most stores, or here on Amazon.

    Step 3: Attach the tags to your mint item.

    The finished DIY Mint Thank You Gift.
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    Attach your tags to your mint items (see below for ideas) using a hole punch and a ribbon. For this bag of Andes Mints, I used the hole punch to just punch a hole in the bag itself and attached the ribbon and tag that way.

    You could also do a small, clear, cellophane bag (find them in the party favor section for a dollar usually) of mint items and attach the tag to that as well.

    What are some good mint gift items?

    There are a LOT of mint gift items you can attach these mint thank you tags to, but these are some of my favorites:

    • Andes Mints
    • Mint Tins
    • Mint KitKats
    • Tic Tacs
    • Mint Gum
    • Junior Mints
    • Mint Hershey Kisses
    • Mint Candy Bars
    • Peppermint Bark
    • Peppermints
    • Peppermint Patties
    • Mint Cookies
    • Mint Truffles
    • Cream Cheese Mints
    • Mint Lifesavers

    Once you choose your mint treat item, you can attach your tags and you have a quick and personal thank you gift to give to one person or to several!

    Want more DIY Thank You gift ideas?

    Say thank you with this cute and easy DIY Mint Thank You gift! The free printable mint thank you tags make it so quick to put together!

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