As we are coming to the close of our first school year, I am frantically trying to decide on and End of School Teacher Gift. I could take the easy route and just grab a gift card and write a note. But I wanted to put a little more thought into it. So, I asked you, my faithful readers, on Facebook to help a girl out and share your favorite teacher gift ideas.
And you had some great one!
End of School Teacher Gift Ideas
If you want to go the Starbucks gift card route, stick it in an insulated tumbler with a cute printable, like this one from My Frugal Adventures.
(Source: My Frugal Adventures)
Send your teacher into summer ready for some relaxation with a Relaxation Bucket like the one from Coffee Cups and Crayons. Fill it was magazines, a beach towel, and a spa gift card.
(Source: Coffee Cups and Crayons)
If you like to DIY and have the time, how about a hand painted pot with a flower? This “Thanks for Helping Me Grow” pot from Naturally Thrifty Moms is something your teacher will cherish for years to come and can use in the classroom!
(Source: Naturally Thrifty Moms)
Bath & Body Works is always having a deal on their hand soaps so this can be an inexpensive teacher gift. This “Hands Down” teacher gift from Eighteen 25 is a quick and easy end of school gift.
If you have a tea lover as a teacher, this is another simple idea! Fill a mason jar with tea bags and add a “I Love my TEAcher” tag like the one over on PB&J Stories.
If you want to decorate a mug to go along with your gift cards, then check out my tutorial on how to make a chalkboard mug! Not only does it make a great Meet the Teacher gift, but it’s a great year round teacher gift!
If you are like me and will probably just do a gift card, check out this infographic from Papery and Cakery to give you some ideas to jazz it up…and a cute saying to go with it!
What are you giving your teacher this year?
We gave a fun basket full of strawberry scented candles, lotion and hand sanitize, strawberry plants and strawberry candy! The Card said “I couldn’t have PICKED a Better Teacher”. http://www.buildingourstory.com/2014/05/diy-end-of-year-teacher-gift-i-couldnt.html