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Teacher Appreciation Gift Ideas: Make a quick and easy gift for your favorite teacher with your silhouette or cricut. This cute frame is perfect for teacher appreciation, end of year teacher gifts, or anywhere in between. #teacherappreciationsilhouette #teacherappreciationcricut #teacherappreciationsvg

DIY Teacher Appreciation Gift: In Case of Emergency

I have never been a teacher, but I do have 8 kids, so I might have a small glimpse of what it would be like. Sometimes days can get CRAZY and I can only imagine what teaching 20-30 kids would be like.  At the end of a rough day (or even in the middle of […] Read more…

DIY Teacher Appreciation Gift: Teacher Chalkboard Subway Art

Here’s another quick and easy gift idea for Teacher Appreciation Week.  It’s a cute chalkboard subway art sign that can hang on the wall or sit on a shelf or desk.  I used vinyl to make this sign, but it would also be cute to create a stencil and use chalk markers instead of paint. […] Read more…

Make a quick and easy gift for your favorite teacher with your silhouette or cricut. This cute diy stenciled clipboard is perfect for teacher appreciation, end of year teacher gifts, or anywhere in between. #teacherappreciationsilhouette #teacherappreciationcricut #teacherappreciationsvg

DIY Teacher Appreciation Gift: Stenciled Clipboard

It’s another day of quick, easy, and inexpensive projects for Teacher Appreciation Week.  Today, I’m showing you how to make a custom stenciled clipboard.    This project is really easy.  I found the clipboard at the dollar store and everything else I had on hand, so it was inexpensive to make and it turned out […] Read more…

Make a quick and easy gift for your favorite teacher with your silhouette or cricut. This cute teacher sign is perfect for teacher appreciation, end of year teacher gifts, or anywhere in between. #teacherappreciationsilhouette #teacherappreciationcricut #teacherappreciationsvg

DIY Teacher Appreciation Gift: Teacher Sign

This week, I’m creating gifts on a budget for Teacher Appreciation Week.  I took a trip to the dollar store and found a bunch of supplies to make some fun gifts for those special teachers.  If you missed yesterday’s project, be sure to check it out. Today, I’m showing how to make this cute sign. […] Read more…

DIY Teacher Appreciation Gift: Easy Teacher Mug

Teacher Appreciation week is just a couple of weeks away.  Every year, our school sends home a list of ideas of easy and free or inexpensive gift ideas for teachers. I started thinking that I should do the same. So, during this week, I’ll be sharing lots of ideas for projects you can make for […] Read more…

DIY Pencil Holder for Teacher Appreciation

Teacher Appreciation Week is coming up soon and if you need a quick and easy gift idea, I’ve got one just for you! I like to give gift cards because who doesn’t love gift cards?  But, they’re also kind-of plain to give on their own, so I like to come up with a little something extra to go […] Read more…

Teacher Appreciation Gift Idea

For most schools around the country, teacher appreciation week is the first week of May.  I was totally expecting our school to be the same, but yesterday my kids brought home a note that said teacher appreciation week is being celebrated next week.  What?!?  So today, I thought I would share this quick and easy […] Read more…

Teacher Gift

This has been my teacher gift for the last 4 years. I love it because it is so quick and  easy to make. I use whatever wood I have laying around and change the layout of the quote to fit my board. I start with whatever wood I have sitting around the house.  I have used squares […] Read more…

Teacher Tote/Gift Bag

Teacher appreciation week is usually the first full week of May, which means it will be here before I know it.  I usually wait til the last minute to make (or buy) something for the teachers, but this year I thought I’d try and get a head start. I decided make a custom tote/gift bag.  […] Read more…

Read – Learn – Grown Blocks

This is a cute project that’s kind-of along the theme of back to school, but this decoration can stay up all year long. It’s perfect for a playroom, reading nook, or even a library. I used 3 – 5.25″ x 5.25″ blocks of wood and chose three colors that match our playroom.  For the base […] Read more…