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Teacher gift idea + free printable {Teacher Appreciation}

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Teacher Appreciation Week is the first full week in May. Through all of April I am excited to share some amazing ideas from some of the most wonderful bloggers for my Teacher Appreciation series! It’s a great month! You will be totally prepared with ideas to thank your teachers!

Please Welcome Ashley…
With the teacher appreciation & the end of the school year coming up, it’s time to start thinking of gift ideas for teachers.

Sometimes finding the perfect gift can be tricky. If you are like me, cost is always a huge factor. As much as I would love to be able to spend a ton on a gift for a special teacher in my child’s life, budget doesn’t always allow for that. Especially if you have more than one kiddo in school! So the trick is- coming up with something thoughtful, yet frugal.


For this idea, I picked up a cute stack of note cards at my local TJ Maxx/Homegood store.

{Tip: That is my go to place for note cards, stationary, etc because they always have a unique variety at a great price! This darling stack of note cards cost $3.99. BARGAIN!}


I came home and tied it up with some bakers twine and added this cute little tag that reads:


Take “NOTE” you are one

of my very favorite teachers!

Thanks for a great school year!

Love, ________________

You could use this little tag with a notebook, sticky notes, journal, etc and it would work perfectly! Super easy!


To print these tags, click HERE.


Feel free to stop by my blog to say hi anytime! I love coming up with new tutorials, love to sew, and make free printables… plus all my other crazy crafting ventures while my kiddos sleep at night!

Thanks for having me!!

xoxo, Ashley

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