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10 Teacher Appreciation Gift DIY's

It’s that time of year again when teachers everywhere deserve a little appreciation for all their hard work and support from the past year.  And because teachers probably appreciate handmade gifts the most, here’s ten of the best one’s we could find.  Click below to see.

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  • Monogrammed Pencil Art 1 of 10
    Monogrammed Pencil Art
    Make this simple art using pencils cut in different lengths. A brilliant and personable gift for a special teacher.
    Get more info from Cara in TX on Two Peas in a Bucket.
  • Box of Chocolates 2 of 10
    Box of Chocolates
    Personalize a box of chocolates with this sweet treat idea.
    Get more info from Disney Family Fun.
  • Sweet Easel 3 of 10
    Sweet Easel
    Make a cute souvenir for a sweet teacher.
    Get more info from Skip to My Lou.
  • 2 Nice 2 Be 4 Gotten 4 of 10
    2 Nice 2 Be 4 Gotten
    A nice sentiment for a nice teacher.
    Get more info from Skip to My Lou.
  • Pencil Vase 5 of 10
    Pencil Vase
    Any teacher would love this brilliant vase idea using colored pencil crayons.
    Get more info from One Good Thing.
  • Monogrammed Crayon Art 6 of 10
    Monogrammed Crayon Art
    A colourful art DIY that would be treasured for years.
    Get more info from Ashley Paramor.
  • Apple Printed Bags 7 of 10
    Apple Printed Bags
    A fun project that any teacher would love.
    Get more info from Martha Stewart.
  • Monogrammed Tote 8 of 10
    Monogrammed Tote
    Personalize a tote for that special teacher.
    Get more info from Martha Stewart.
  • Thanks a Latte 9 of 10
    Thanks a Latte
    Offer up a coffee gift card to show your appreciation and print out this card to go with it.
    Get more info from Skip to My Lou (via The New Home Ec).
  • Personalized Pouch 10 of 10
    Personalized Pouch
    A cool personalized idea that any teacher would treasure.
    Get more info from Tolen Family Fun (via The New Home Ec).

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Jan is the co-founder of Poppytalk, a blog about the beautiful, the decayed and the handmade and Poppytalk Handmade, an online curated marketplace. Follow her on Twitter , Facebook and Pinterest!

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