Yesterday I shared my Swedish Fish “We Miss You” tags and treat idea, HERE. I hope you enjoyed the tag and the idea. 🙂

I promised another tag and treat idea using donuts…so today I’m sharing it!


I LOVE how the tags turned out! What do you think?

I also created a more generic tag for those that would like to use these for other auxiliaries or maybe for someone you know.


Click the link(s) at the end of this post to print out your own ‘Donut Tags’.

To create your own “We Miss You” treat you will need:

Donuts (I found packages of small donuts for $1, but donut holes would be great too.

Clear plastic baggies (find these at any store in the party section)

Ribbon, string, twine, etc.

and my Donut tag.


Gather your supplies and get started! First, print out my donut tags. Next, sign the tags at the bottom. I left a space on the bottom for a quick little note or just a ‘Love the Primary Presidency’. Now they’re ready to be cut.

Grab your donuts and clear baggies and fill the bags with however many donuts you’d like. Once the bags are filled, tie them off with some cute ribbon or twine. Then attach the donut tag.

Last…gather all your bags of yummy donuts and go visit those special Primary children you haven’t seen for a little while.

Click HERE to print out my Primary Donut Tags.

Click HERE to print out my generic Donut Tags.


If you don’t feel like taking donuts I also created a Swedish Fish ‘Miss You’ tag as well. You can take a look at it HERE!


I hope you enjoy my ‘Miss You’ Donut tags. I’m thinking of creating some that for our Primary teachers that say “Donut you know how much we appreciate you?”. What do you think? Would you be interested? Let me know and I’ll get to work on those. If there’s any other kind you would like leave me a comment.

Thanks so much for stopping by. Have a wonderful day!


4 thoughts on “{Primary} ‘We Miss You’ Donut Treat Idea

  1. Grace Chen

    Ahahaha…. Oh Sheena: You keep topping yourself with wonderfully cute ideas!! I wish I had part of your brilliant mind. 🙂 Thanks for sharing!


  2. Debbie Ullrich

    this is the cutest! Once again, thank you so much for all your inspiration! My Ward Mission Leader husband was looking over my shoulder and got some great missionary ideas for a few inactives! Thank you again!


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