16 Sweet Teacher Appreciation Gifts to Makecraftyamy
It seems like the school year just started, yet it isn’t that long before it ends and we roll into summer! It is almost time to show your child’s teacher how much you appreciate him or her. As you know, crafting can take some planning, so you should get started early. Teacher’s gifts are some of the most fun to make, because they are colorful and often times involve sweet treats (my favorite kind of craft!). One simple idea that I love is this bouquet with plastic alphabet letters. Isn’t it sweet? Click through the jump to see more fun teacher gift ideas!
Cupcake in a Jar 1 of 15Everyone loves cupcakes, and apple caramel are the perfect sweet treat in a jar.
Get the recipe at TidyMom
Supplies Cake 2 of 15Help the teacher on a tight budget by giving him or her a school supplies cake. Ribbon and flowers add the finishing touches.
Find the step-by-step at The Butlers
Apple Notebook 3 of 15This cute little notebook cover is easy to sew and features a cute little apple applique.
Get the pattern and the free apple applique download at Gingercake
School Clock 4 of 15This gift clock uses an easy-to-create Word template as the background and real supplies to decorate the face.
Find the step-by-step at Plucky Momo
Thanks a Latte 5 of 15If your teacher likes coffee, consider a gift card wrapped in this fun printable.
Download it at Skip to My Lou
Apple Pops 6 of 15These baby apples are made from mini Oreos! You just dip into melted red candy melts and then embellish a pretzel and Airhead.
Get the step-by-step at The Crafting Chicks
Pencil Planter 7 of 15This unique plant pot is easy to make - just glue regular pencils around a clay pot with a hot glue gun.
Learn more about the project at Sassy Sanctuary
Sweet Treat 8 of 15These "pencils" are Rolos wrapped in paper with a Hershey's Kiss at one end.
Visit the post at DCWV Diary
Fun Scissors 9 of 15Teachers can always use scissors, so make them pretty and personalized with patterned paper and Mod Podge Dimensional Magic.
See how it was done at Crap I've Made
Personalized Necklace 10 of 15Go the jewelry route with an easy to make necklace. You will need some basic crafting supplies and a small drill to make the hole for the chain.
Learn how they were made at The Creative Crate
Plant Marker 11 of 15Add a personalized message to a beautiful bouquet of flowers with a cute printable.
Download the tags at Skip to My Lou
Soap Gift 12 of 15Get the free template printed onto a transparency at your local copy shop, then slip into a soap container for a lovely gift.
Find out how to do it at Design Mom
Chalkboard Pot 13 of 15Turn a regular pot into a writing surfaces with chalkboard paint, then add real seed packets with a sentimental printable.
Get the instructions and downloadable printable at Vale Design
Mod Podged Clipboard 14 of 15Spice up a boring clipboard with pretty papers and Mod Podge.
Find out how to do it yourself at Mod Podge Rocks
Crayon Art 15 of 15Print out a letter template and cut crayons with a paring knife - then glue on to make a fun personalized gift.
Learn more about the project at Creative Gift & Party Ideas
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