Teachers Appreciation Day is coming soon (May 6-10) and there is still time to create a fun gift.
We are so excited to offer you guys an awesome new idea every week until then. Did you see our collection of 12 Teacher Appreciation Gift Ideas earlier this week? Many of the ideas come with free printables to make gift giving even easier. You just can’t beat that and they are gifts your teacher will treasure forever!
Remember, Teacher Appreciation gifts do not have to cost a fortune. For example, we created simple coffee filter flowers that you can easily make with supplies at home. Love that!
Ready for the step by step tutorial?
- Coffee filters
First, decorate your coffee filter how every you’d like.
It might be fun to dye them if you have older children.
My toddlers just doodled on them. (Keeping it simple is easy to do.)
Take your pencil and poke it through the center.
Secure at the base with a rubber band.
Fluff them out.
These would be super cute if you gave them to the teacher in the homemade pencil holder from last week!
This was a simple craft that I’m sure any teacher would love!
The cost is less than a couple of bucks to make a bouquet and FREE if you already have everything on hand (which you likely do).
I promise you, your teacher will be forever grateful! (This would also go great with the printable coffee giftcard holder.)
More Teacher Appreciation Gift Ideas:
- Homemade Pencil Holder Teacher Gift
- Teacher Hershey Kiss Printable
- Thanks for Helping me Bloom Flower Pot Picks (free printable)
- Thanks for \”Chewsing\” to Teach Bubble Gum Printable
- Thanks A Latte Gift Card Holder (free printable)
- Tea-riffic Teacher Water Bottle Printable
- Flower and Button Clothespin Magnets
- Teacher Picture Frame
- Teacher Popcorn Gift Printable
- We Need Smore Teachers Like You Printable
- DIY Teacher Water Bottle Thank You Gift
- Homemade Mod Podge Vase (for flowers)
Kelley is the mastermind in charge of her family. She loves to spend time crafting, cooking and making her kids laugh. She believes she was destined to be a comedian but has put her stand up dreams on hold to raise her two kids. She blogs about her family at thegrantlife.com and often entertains her readers with her wise cracks.