With the public school year ending and most of the kid’s activities coming to a close I thought it’d be a great time to share with you some past crafts that would be a great thank you for teachers or any leader that has helped your child this year. These are easy handmade Thank You Gifts and that’s what we need as busy moms and dads.
Thank You Printables. These are a great gift that teachers or other leaders can use in their kitchen. Just simply replant thyme and mint and attach the printable label and you’re done. If you really want to add a personal touch you could always let your children paint the flower pot first.
These mugs with love are precious gifts. Fill them with a Starbucks giftcard or some of your favorite coffee beans and they are funky and fun at the same time. The only downside is that they are not dishwasher safe but the awesomeness makes up for that.
Napkin Covered Mason Jars. These are super simple to make and a lot of fun. The best thing is that you can use white napkins and let kids water color them or you can use patterned fancy napkins and take your time decorating them as you want to. It really is a craft that you can do together as a family and enjoy. Plus you can use them as luminaries by putting an electronic tea light candle in them or you can use them as a vase to deliver flowers as a gift for teachers.
The handprint memorial pillow. This is a great gift for younger kids to thank their preschool teachers with. Give your child a square of heavy white fabric and fabric markers to let them design a pillow and then sew it! It’s cute and a great gift to give to those people that really have made an impact in your childs life.
There you go. 4 great crafts to make as thank you gifts for teachers or anyone that has contributed to your child’s life this past year.
Which one are you going to make? Leave a comment below to tell me about it.
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