23 Responses to Labor and Delivery Nurse Thank You Bags

  1. Meredith,

    I saw these on the Challenge page and fell in love now I am even more in love when I think about the water bottles. I think we are going to cups with straws since those are always pretty affordable at Big Lots or the like…Can’t wait to make these with my daughter (the momma to be). Again thanks for the fantastic inspiration and while it might not be an “original idea”…it is one that will spread smiles for miles and that is the best.

    Blessings to you.


  2. Is it possible to get the cut file for this? I love this design and I’m not very comfortable with designing in Studio yet. Thanks!

    PS – I am a mother/baby nurse and we always love getting little “thank-yous” from patients :)

    • Hi Allie! I used a label shape from the design store, so unfortunately I am unable to share it…sorry! But if you can find a label shape you like in the design store, all you really need to do is add some text to it and you can make your own version! Silhouette School Blog has some great tutorials, too.

  3. Love the tags. I’m not familiar with a silhouette machine. Did you design the tags yourself or is it available somewhere that I could customize. Would love to use them on our goodie bags :) Thanks in advance!

    • Thanks Kate! I designed them in Silhouette Studio, which is the software that goes with the Silhouette machine. I bet you could make some cute ones by just printing a simple tag in Word and then matting them on a pretty scrapbook paper background!

  4. Our 20-year old pregnant daughter was battling osteosarcoma complete with prosthetic knee and chemo in 2nd tri in Seattle. With unemployed hubby finally working…in Toronto, I was caring for her and our two younger children. I couldn’t afford much but made similar treat bags with sample hand lotion (I was a Mary Kay consultant at the time) and 3 chocolate kisses and tied with a short printed note of appreciation. These were given out on many hospital visits and at Seattle Cancer Care alliance. I figured even a small token would encourage them. Wow. Each was met with thanks, hugs, tears and I even accidentally overheard one nurse showing it off to the 8 or so professionals working at the nurses station! So worth the effort to thank them for nearly everyone’s tender care of our deathy ill daughter! (Baby born at 27 wks, 2day, 1lb, 9 1/2 oz…last month turned a miraculous healthy 9 years if age! God is so good!)

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