Want a DIY memorable coaches gift to show your appreciation for your kids’ coaches who, in most cases, volunteer their time with your kids? Sure you do! And the best part is, this gift is super easy to make and hardly costs a thing.
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I took pictures throughout the season and found the best one out of the bunch to use as the main photo. Then I took pictures of each kid on the team and created a collage. Then I added the text. Simple as that!
Instead of printing the collage from my printer, I wanted a better quality so I went to Snapfish to order it.
The print turned out great!
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We gave the collage to the head coach because he was the one who volunteered the most time, handled the schedules, make-up games, etc. The other parent volunteers put in a huge amount of volunteer time as well. So we decided to get a bucket of balls and have each kid sign the balls to present to the other parent volunteers.
The above picture was the end of our kids’ season. We had lost and didn’t make it to the championships. But it doesn’t matter. These kids learned so much and played their hearts out. And these coaches made it all possible.
No words can really express my gratitude to each and every one of them. An experience that can never be taken away from my son.
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