10 DIY Gifts for Teacher Appreciation Week
Teacher Appreciation week is May 4h-8th this year, and I’m excited to say thank you to my kids’ teachers. They all work so incredibly hard every day and want to be able to tell them thanks in a thoughtful way! With social distancing still in place around the country, consider mailing your gift or dropping it off curbside for your kids’ teachers.
Check out my round up of easy homemade gifts that you can do with your kids.
These apple coasters are super cute and fun to make. Try to make them with your older kids and see what other shapes you come up with!
Decorative Succulent Pots
Succulents are all the rage since they’re affordable and brighten up any space. Teachers will appreciate adding these pots to their desks.
Love this idea so much! What teacher doesn’t like to have a bit of candy on her desk to munch on?
Chalkboard Mason Jar
Pencil Flower Bouquet
It looks like just a pretty gift, but the flowers are actually usable pencils!
You Deserve a Break – of that Kit Kat Bar
These are super cute printables that make it easy to add a little something to candy!
Apple Lip Balm Card
This seems difficult to make, but it’s actually quite simple! And who doesn’t need another lip balm to add to their collection?
Target Gift Card Holder
This gift card holder is a great way to add a personalized touch to your gift card.
Starbucks Gift Card Holder
Another idea for presenting a simple gift card that I love. It’s especially good for those teachers who love their coffee!
Photo Gift Card Holder
The last gift card holder on the list, but for the most crafty. This is the most personalized way to upgrade your gift cards!