My husband's office is under construction. Last weekend, he came to me with the idea of making "survival kits" for the people who work in his office and asked for my creative/crafty help. So off we went to the store to purchase all the multi/mini packs of candy, liquor and Motrin they had. Don't ask where the earplugs came from... with my hubby being a pilot in the Air Force, we have acquired a huge stash of them over the years.
After we got home, I went to work on the super simple labels--being from my hubby, they couldn't be floral, frilly or girly in anyway. I ended up using the computer since I didn't have appropriate stamps for the "occasion". Then I dug through my stash of card stock for just the right colors to coordinate with the font & clip art colors and used large cellophane bags & circle punches from my Stampin' Up! supplies.
If you wanted, you could make something similar for your child's teacher--a teacher's survival kit (perhaps substituting a packet of tea or coffee for the Jack Daniels... or not). :-) Then you could also use all the flowery, frilly, girly stamps and accessories that you wanted--unless it was a guy teacher!
By the way, the candy baby bottle was just for the pregnant woman in his office... although, he did still included the bottle of JD in her kit--in case she wanted to give it to her husband. How thoughtful of my hubby, huh?!
Happy Paper Craftin!