6 Easy Gifts for Teachers
Ace this year’s teacher gift with these gold-star ideas
It's the end of the school year! Say thank you with these super-easy, but thoughtful teacher gifts. Most can be made in 20 minutes or less—and all are adorable.
Stamped Apple Tote
Turn a sliced apple into a stamp with red paint and then add sweet details like craft leaves and sequin seeds. A perfect gift for supply-toting teachers. (Via Crafts Unleashed)
Add florescent-colored school supplies, like rubber erasers and paper clips, to clear melt soap for this cute and practical present. (Via Delineate Your Dwelling)
Swirl food coloring in shaving cream to create a beautiful pattern to press onto paper. The result is a stack of stationery that is almost too gorgeous to use. (Via Meaningful Mama)
Swirled Flower Pots
Dip pots into hot water that’s been speckled with nail polish to make an A-plus worthy gift and add an easy-to-care-for plant as a finishing touch. (Via Artsy Fartsy Mama)
Let your kiddo draw a design for his teacher and have it printed on to a blank pad of paper for a one-of-a-kind gift. (Via Art Bar Blog)
Popsicle Stick Holders
Paint wooden sticks in a rainbow of fun shades to create an eye-catching holder for markers, pens, and pencils. (Via Somewhat Simple)
Crafts with small parts are not suitable for kids under age three.