Sunday, May 20, 2012

Weekend Wonders: End of the Year Teacher Gifts

As the school year winds to a close, it's time to show teachers how appreciated they are. There are lots of teacher appreciation projects popping up lately; below are some of my faves.

Thanks for Helping me Grow
This planted flower in an adorable pot would make a sweet year end gift for any teacher. Mariah at Giggles Galore shares a step by step tutorial on how to create it. 

I love this huge pencil made out of a recycled Pringles can. It can house whatever type of treats you'd like. Head over to Glue Sticks and Tape for a step by step tutorial. 
Make a cute S'mores kit for complete with marshmellows, graham crackers, and chocolate. Download the free printable tag that says "We need S'more teachers like you!" over at Creative Juices. 

Every teacher nowadays had a computer in her classroom so a mouse pad (this one is made from a cork tile) is a great gift. Head over to Simply This and That for the how to. She also has several other cute teacher gift ideas such as this pen planter set and this "ball" teacher/coach gift

This candy gram at Simply Savy is an adorable year end teacher gift and perfect for male teachers who I always find it a lot harder to find gifts for. You could totally doll up the pail or use a different type of container. 

This adorable tag at Darling Doodles would go with anything you decide to give the teachers in your life. 

Last but not least, is this cute little teacher gift I made a few years back that consists of a little bucket filled with Hershey hugs and kisses and completed with a cute, free printable tag. 

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