Thursday, May 2, 2013

Teacher Appreciation Week IDEAS!!! Part 5

Part 5 of ideas I did last year for Teacher Appreciation. Hope these give you some inspiration!

PART 1 teacher appreciation ideas
PART 2 teacher appreciation ideas
PART 3 teacher appreciation ideas
PART 4 teacher appreciation ideas
PART 6 teacher appreciation ideas
PART 7 teacher appreciation ideas
PART 8 teacher appreciation ideas
PART 9 teacher appreciation ideas



I found these travel mugs at Micheal's and picked up the teachers initial.
Added a ribbon and put in a cello bag. Attached our school colors in flowers and a personalized tag.


On the back I taped a $10 Starbucks gift card


These are so easy and quick. (Valentine's day POST for instructions) I made the entire school chocolate dipped marshmallows on a stick with some that say, "Thank you" and "Thank you for all that you do!"

I left them on a tray at the reception desk 

FREE 4x6 downloadable tag
I sent the file to a local 1hr photo lab to be printed but you can also print 4x6 size at home.


Click HERE to download 4x6 Thank you tag for FREE
(then right click and save)




I attached flowers to the top of a regular ink pen and used floral tape to cover it to the bottom. I made three pens. One with a big flower and two with two smaller flowers. I found these cute containers (needed something small) at Micheal's craft store for .50 each. I filled with colored rocks to hold the pens in place. 

From the top view. So pretty. Teachers loved these. 


Little boxes of truffles with drizzled chocolate and a little apple. YUM!


Made custom tags that said the teacher ROCKS and filled a little bag with chocolate rocks. They look so realistic I added a little note to the back that said they were candy. :)


For our awesome librarian! She is the Library Queen for sure and now she has a shirt to prove it!


Little bottle cap necklaces using school colors and personalized tags.



Thank you for stopping by!

14 comments:

  1. Do you have instructions or a source for the library queen shirt?

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  2. Hi Cheryl, thank you for asking. I'm bought it last year and can't remember if it was Amazon or cafe press or maybe a teacher site but I'll search my email to see if I can find it. I meant to add that so thank you for the reminder.

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  3. I'm glad you remembered the librarian too! I'm the VOLUNTEER librarian at my kids' school, and no one ever thinks about me during teacher appreciation :(. Love that shirt!

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    1. We love librarians! Both my boys grew up with storytime at the public library that encouraged the love of books. Now my oldest was just awarded the 1st place (top reader) in the entire school yesterday. ((Proud Mama Moment)) I don't show the different tags on most of the post but everything we give the teachers we also include the librarian and have a custom tag for her. (Along with the nurse and receptionist) Thank you for taking the time to comment and visit my blog!

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    2. I forgot to mention that the volunteer librarians are even extra special!!! You should ALWAYS be spoiled!

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  4. These are some wonderful ideas. Thank you for sharing.

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    1. Thank you so much for taking the time to comment and stopping by!

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  5. Do you have a template for the teacher rocks little goodies. I love it.

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    1. Oh sorry I don't. I made them all personalized a few years back and haven't had time to make a basic design. If I can get it done soon I'll post a link to let you know.

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  6. What website or Supplier do you use for the labels on all of your creations?

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    1. Most of my crafts for holidays and teacher stuff I try to include a free downloadable/printable tag. This post has the little apple with Thank you on it. I usually create the labels and print at a local photo lab.

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  8. Love these ideas! The bonus is they are affordable and the kids can help!!! Thanks for sharing such great ideas!

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    1. Thank you! Glad these ideas could help! I totally agree. Some are so inexpensive (marshmallows for sure) and yes, kids can definitely help. Thank you for visiting and taking the time to comment.

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