LOOKING FOR A TEACHER APPRECIATION GIFT TO SHOW YOUR CHILD’S TEACHER YOU APPRECIATE ALL THAT THEY DO?
Super Cute Teacher Appreciation Gifts That Can Be Made in No Time!
Teacher Appreciation Week is officially Sunday, May 6th- Saturday, May 12th. Are you ready? ????
Teachers play an important role in so many lives and need to be shown that they are appreciated! They put in so many hours and sacrifice so much. Let’s show them we care!
SUPER CUTE TEACHER APPRECIATION GIFT IDEAS THAT CAN BE MADE IN NO TIME
Thanks a Latte by Alison from Just Add Confetti
What teacher wouldn’t like this cute cup? Just stick in a Dunkin’ Donuts, Starbucks or Tim Hortons gift card and you’re good to go. Just Add Confetti gives you the free printable, too!
Redbox Teacher Gift Set by Nikkala from The Crafting Chicks
Thanks to The Crafting Chicks for this super cute Redbox code printable! Just get a galvanized bucket, stick in some favorite snack items and purchase some Redbox codes. Give your teacher a night to relax! Michaels has some inexpensive galvanized buckets, even one with a chalkboard label on the front. Now that’s such teacher style! 🙂
“Tote-lly” Terrific Teacher by Jennifer from Delightfully Noted Blog
We all know how much stuff teachers have to bring to school with them each day. They can always use a cute bag, right?! The free printable is there for you to download, too. I love how Jennifer bought the bag but then personalized it herself! You could even fill the bag up with some goodies. Looking for a similar bag? I saw this cute one on Amazon.
Gift Card Holder by Autumn from It’s Always Autumn
One of the gifts teachers like best are gift cards! Many spend their own money on classroom decorations and supplies so why not gift them with a teacher’s supply store gift card? I’m loving this super cute way to give a gift card. Have your kids write a personal note in it, and it’s sure to be a gift they’ll remember!
‘Tea-rific’ Teacher by Heidi from Everyday Savvy
I love this idea! You can find these bpa free, double-walled cups in a dozen or more colors here. Just stick in some of your teacher’s favorite tea bags or some Crystal light on-the-go packets. I love the free printable that looks like a tea bag!
Teacher’s Rule by Melissa from Tilly’s Nest
This cute succulent with a ruler themed container is a great diy project the kids could get in on. It’d be so cute on your teacher’s desk.
You’re the Bomb by Kristen from Capturing Joy
What does a teacher need after a long day at school? Time in a nice warm bath just relaxing!! You can make your own bath bombs (Pinterest, oh yea!) or buy some already made like these lovely ones, and then just wrap them up and attach the cute printable.
Toe-tally Awesome Gift Idea by Jodie of Eighteen25
Nail polish is always fun! What a neat gift idea. Just gather your supplies, print the free printable tag and assemble and you’re good to go. 🙂 You could include a gift certificate for a mani or pedi as well!
Vintage Ball Jar Gift by Kristyn of Lil’ Luna
If you’re feeling like doing a diy project, this is one to make! You can do this in mass quantity, too, if you need several teacher’s gifts. I love the option of sticking in pencils or flowers or whatever else you choose! Be sure to scroll all the way down to find the free printable if you’re giving at the end of the year.
Ice Cream Gift Card Holder by Jamielyn of I Heart Nap Time
With summer approaching, an ice cream gift card is the perfect treat! Just print the free printable and attach a gift card to your teacher’s favorite ice cream joint. So cute!
Take Note Gift Idea by Cindy from Skip To My Lou
Teachers can always use a fresh notebook or notecards. ???? Just print this cute printable and tie around a journal or note cards. I was browsing and found this adorable journal.
Hands Down You’re the Best Teacher Around from Jamie of Eighteen25
This can be attached to any soap, lotion or other hand product. I love how you can personalize this gift by tracing around your child’s hand! The free printable tags are included as well.
Succulent Gift by Crystal from A Pumpkin and a Princess
These succulents put in a berry basket with a chalkboard gift tag are sure to be a hit! You’ll find the full tutorial as well as the printable label on A Pumpkin and a Princess. The wood berry baskets really look nice unfinished, but you could paint them as well. Or how about these cute colored ones? Crystal found the cute wooden stakes at Michaels.
There are so many cute ideas, and it’s something you can tackle this weekend! Go for it!