Need a fun gift idea for a dance or cheer team? These fans are cute and easy to put together. You could also use electric fans if you have that in the budget.
If you have been around for awhile you may know that I have three sons and one daughter. My daughter loves dance and has been dancing competitively for a few years now. I’ve gotten to be her team mom the last few years and it has been so much fun to share this with her.
Fan Gift Idea
As a team mom one of the responsibilites is to make little “good luck” or “good job” gifts before competitions and at the end of the dance season. I’ve made so many of these and finally I thought maybe I should start sharing the ideas so other busy moms can benefit too.
If you are looking for more easy ideas our “I love you more than chocolate” Candy bar wrappers or our fun “Mistletoes” Christmas gift idea were big hits, too. You can also browse through our general Gallery of Gift Ideas here.
Back to these cute fans though…
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Dance Team Gift Idea
I used my Cricut Maker to write and cut these cute tags out, but if you don’t own a cutting machine you can easily just choose a cute font and type up your message and copy and paste. Either way I would use cardstock so they are more sturdy.
These are the fans I used. They are a great deal, just a little over a dollar a piece, and have held up really well. Handheld fans are so pretty and fun, especially for younger girls.
If you have more budget or are buying for less kids these mini handheld battery powered fans are AWESOME too.
In the summer you can sometimes find the spray bottle/fan combos at Walmart or the Dollar Store as well.
We’re Your Biggest Fans Gift Idea
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"We're Your Biggest Fans" Gift Idea
- Using a Cricut machine or printer create gift tags that say "We are your biggest Fans." Cut tags using a machine or scissors.
- Use your single hole punch to make a hole in the corner of each tag, then use twine to attach one tag to each fan.