May 5th is National Teacher Appreciation day which gives us the perfect opportunity to say thanks to those people who teach, support and nurture our children through their education. I may be biased but I don’t think there is any better way to say thanks than to make something at home with the kiddos. Today I have gathered together all my past projects that would make great, unique teacher gifts. From pretty paper flowers with sentiments stamped onto the petals, to printable notecards that the kids can write a note of thanks on, lavender homemade body scrub for those who deserve a little pampering and pretty cupcake wrap peonies for the creative types. There’s also our paint dipped salad bowl and servers for the food loving teachers and our DIY felt flower brooch pattern if your little one likes to make with fabrics. I’ve also included a link to the printable teacher appreciation gift tags which are perfect for adding to store bought gifts should you be pressed for time. Finally, for those of you who enjoy a little stitching I’ve included the link to one of our tiny felt gift toppers which make just the cutest gift from a child. However you choose to say thanks, make it handcrafted and have a ton of fun doing so. Stay tuned for a few NEW upcoming projects that will also be perfect for your teacher. Enjoy! ~ Lia
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HI LIA, HOPE YOU ARE FINE. I WANTED TO ASK THAT CAN YOU POST SOME MORE IDEAS REGARDING TEACHER’S DAY LIKE POP UP CARDS OR ANY OTHER DECORATIVE ITEM WHICH CAN BE EASILY MADE AT HOME AND CAN IMPRESS TEACHERS. I AM ACTUALY A BEGINNER AND WANTED TO KNOW MORE ABOUT CRAFTS, SO GIVE ME SOME IDEAS. WAITING FOR A POSITIVE RESPONSE.
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Hi! There are lots of ideas and projects if you search “teacher appreciation” on our website!
Such a great idea!
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I follow a French course and I’m going to make some of these gifts for my teacher! Marvellous idea!!
Yay! I also want to learn how to speak French!