Papercrafting Gifts: Teacher Appreciation Gift Ideas
As the school year winds down, I love to find a way to celebrate my boys’ teachers.
As a former teacher myself, I know that this time of year is bittersweet. The summer is calling and you are ready for a break, and yet you will miss the sweet faces you have spent every day with for the last nine months.
I know that my boys’ teachers give their all every day. So, I want to find a way to show them how much I appreciate all they have done.
There are so many amazing ideas floating around the internet, and especially on Pinterest.
Check out some of the ideas I’ve found!
I just love the girls over at Eighteen25! They have so many creative ideas!
In fact they’ve done a round-up of their own with all the teacher appreciation projects they’ve done.
These are my favorites!
I love the subway art from Eighteen25 and have several of them floating around my house. What teacher wouldn’t love this in their classroom?
Ok, this is just such a cute idea! And, a cup full of cookies is the perfect way to finish out your day after packing and cleaning up your classroom at the end of the year.
Cute, cute, cute!
As a Starbucks addict myself, I just loved this idea. In fact, I made this card myself for my son’s kindergarten teacher.
Office supplies make me drool!
And, I’d venture a guess that most teachers feel the same way. Restocking the supply is a great way to begin or end a school year!
Or, maybe you just stock it with candy. That could work too!
Over at Scrapbook & Cards Today, Jennifer Gallacher created some absolutely adorable teacher gifts.
Not only is this gift bag adorable, but you can upcycle while creating it. Truly a trash-to-treasure project!
How cute is this chalkboard project?
I can see that frame sitting on a teacher’s desk for years to come!
A bag of candy would be greatly appreciated by any teacher, but when it’s packaged in such an adorable way?! Perfect!
I’ve even created a teacher gift or two in my day – like this fun pencil bouquet.
So many amazing ideas for honoring that special teacher in your child’s life.
Looking for more ideas?
Check out the Papercrafter’s Corner Pinterest board: For Teachers.
Steph’s working on adding a whole bunch of ideas and resources there!
Now it’s time for me to get creating!
What ideas do you have to celebrate teachers? Are you a teacher?
Please share your teacher ideas with us, whether you’re hoping to be on the giving or receiving end!
We’d love to hear from you too!
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