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Teacher Appreciation

DSC_0229These Spiffy Scissors from Crap I’ve Made are so pretty {and functional} that we had to include them in our Teacher Thank Your Gift series.  They involve a little bit of craftiness, but overall it’s a pretty simple project that the teachers in your life are sure to love!  {keep reading…}

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Finding the perfect end-of-the year teacher thank you gift can be a daunting task.  You want it to be thoughtful and yet functional, something that won’t gather dust or be tossed in the trash within a few weeks.  We’ve been scouring the web {thank you Pinterest} and found some fun, easy and economical ideas for you to thank the educators in your life.  First up are these cute cold beverage to-go cup ideas, a gift the teacher in your life can use all summer long!  {keep reading…}

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My kids have already started counting down the days until summer vacation, reminding me that it’s that time of year again, time start thinking about end of the year teacher’s gifts!  Here are a few fun ideas from around the web, ranging from easy printables to home made crafts.  Use them on their own, or pair with a gift card for a special thank you:

{FREE} PRINTABLES:

printable flowers_bloom apple thank you card button teacher card

  1. Plant Picks from Skip to My Lou.  “Thanks for helping (insert your child’s name here) bloom!”  Cute, right?  Add these customizable flower pics to a pretty potted plant and deliver to the teacher.
  2. Apple Thank You Cards from Cottage Industrialist.  This adorable apple themed card folds to create it’s own envelope.
  3. Notecard with Buttons from How About Orange.  Print the blank card and glue on your own buttons for a fun thank you note.  {keep reading…}

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Teacher Appreciation Week

April 27, 2011

Teacher Appreciation Week is May 2nd – May 6th.  If you want to thank that special teacher in your child’s life, a simple Google search will return pages of ideas ranging from store purchased items to involved, crafty projects.  We’ve picked a few crafts and some fun printables from our favorite blogs to share with you today!

GET CRAFTY: 

fabric bookmarks

pads of paper

embellished scissors

gumballs

  1. Handmade Bookmarks from Little Birdie Secrets
  2. Homemade Note Pads from How Does She?
  3. Embellished Scissors from Crap I’ve Made
  4. Teacher Appreciation Gumballs from It’s All Small Stuff  {keep reading…}

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