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School and Teacher Valentine Printable Tags

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Not only are these free teacher Valentine printable tags perfect for your favorite teacher, they also come in versions for ALL of your school personnel need to leave anyone out on this one! You can download your favorite version of these school and teacher Valentine printable tags below.

Teacher Valentine Printable
I know we've all been there. You buy the store-bought Valentines and there's one slightly larger card in there for your child's teacher. But, it just seems a bit...wimpy. And maybe your child has more than one teacher or wants to bring a treat to their bus driver or principal? I've totally got you covered. These school and teacher Valentine printable tags (in all of their adorable mason jar cuteness) are ready to bring delight to all of the folks in the school building. And if you're a teacher, these are fantastic to pass out to your co-workers...they'll love ya forever.

School and Teacher Valentine Printable Tags

I have no idea why I've never done a teacher Valentine printable, y'all. Teacher printables are some of my absolute favorites to design (see my extensive free teacher printable collection here). Not sure why I've left our favorite folks out of the Valentine printable sector, but I'm here to rectify that, stat. And because I'm married to a principal, I've included LOADS of other school folks in these printable tags (including the principal!).

School Personnel Printables

School Valentine Printables

These School and Teacher Valentine Printable Tags include the following personnel (plus a generic-ish one, too). They say "You are an Uh-Mason _____":
  • teacher
  • principal
  • bus driver
  • aide
  • custodian
  • counselor
  • secretary
  • coach
  • asset to our school (perfect for volunteers!)

Printable Mason Jar Gift Tags

Printing Information

  • There are multiple download options with these tags, too:
    • One page has all of the different options on it. 
    • One page has a tag with only teacher tags (I have middle schoolers, so this was needed). 
    • I also included an ink-saver option with three simple teacher tags on it.
  • Be sure you print these tags onto letter-sized white cardstock. Regular paper is too thin for tags and will curl on the edges. Purchase a pack of white, letter-sized cardstock here on Amazon.
  • Using a smaller, 1/8" hole punch is a better solution than a standard-sized one. It doesn't detract from the design of the tags. Grab the 1/8" hole punch here on Amazon.

Mason Jar Candle Gift

Mason Jar Gift Ideas:

With their fun mason jar style, these school and teacher Valentine printable tags are super cute attached to a mason-jar style gift. Here are a few ideas for you:
  • In the first photo of this post, I filled one mason jar with the classic candy conversation hearts. 
  • If your teacher is like me and they don't eat a lot of candy (I'm a no-sugar person and have to stay away from the goodies) I found this lovely mason jar candle here on Amazon (pictured above), as a great alternative to sweets. It smells so good that I went back and ordered myself one, too, since it's budget-friendly. 
  • Or, make your own homemade candle in a mason jar with my How to Make Hand-Poured Candles tutorial.
  • You can also do a fun sugar or salt scrub in your jar. I have a great DIY Citrus Sugar Scrub recipe here that would be perfect to gift to your teachers or school peeps. 
  • This recipe for Mason Jar Mexican Hot Chocolate that I posted on Today's Creative Life would also be a great dry recipe for gifting this time of the year.

Printable Valentines Card for Teacher
If you'd prefer a more traditional (and colorable!) card for a teacher, be sure to grab my free printable Valentines Card for Teacher over on my Print Pretty Cards blog.

Download Your Valentine Tags:

Valentines for Teachers

Not sure how to Print a Printable?

See my complete video tutorial below covering how to print your printables on either a Mac or a PC...on your home printer or even uploaded to your local print shop. If you have additional questions, please refer to my thorough, step-by-step post here on printing your printables. It includes budget-friendly, at-home printer recommendations, too.
School Valentine Ideas
Hope your Valentine's is Uh-MASON!


  1. You forgot the kitchen ladies!We love our kids!!😄😊

    1. Hi Sally! Thank you...yes, I know you do for sure. I struggled with that one (my sweet grandma worked in an elementary school cafeteria for 40+ years, so love you all!). I didn't know what the proper term would be..."lunch staff", "food service", etc.? I wanted to include everyone (our cafeteria folks have several men on staff, too). So, sadly, it probably overwhelmed me and I just neglected it...I do apologize. I created the "asset to our school" one to cover everyone...just in case. But, I do apologize! Thank you for stopping by.

  2. Thank you Kristi! LOVE these! I shared your info on my FB and IG!!!

    1. Oh, thank you so much, Stephanie! That is so sweet of you and much appreciated!! xoxo

  3. Thank you so very much. I just love them.

  4. My daughter is so excited about the unicorn headband valentines (my son, notsomuch) and then we found a cute one for the boys with groucho glasses. Thanks!

    1. Hi Penelope! So glad you found something fun for your son (I have boys, too...they weren't into the unicorns, either...LOL!). Have a wonderful Valentine's week. Thank you so much for stopping by. xoxo

  5. Thank you for the cards they are beautiful.

  6. I'm a preschool director and will use these for my staff - so cute! Thanks!

    1. Thank you so much for letting me happy to hear that! xoxo

  7. Kristi I just LOVE your designs!! Thank you for all the great Freebies. I’m using these for fellow teacher treats. Filling the jars with their favorite bite size candies. And a special one for my niece a first year teacher. So proud of her❤️

    1. Awww...that sounds like a lovely idea, Loryl. Thank you so much for sharing with me and for your kind words. xoxo