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 Gift Ideas series! It’s a great month! You will be totally prepared with ideas to thank your teachers!
Hi Skip to my Lou readers! I am so happy to be here again this year for more Teacher Appreciation gift ideas. My name is Kiki and I blog over at Kiki and Company where I share projects, recipes and a LOT of printables! I have 5 little kiddos of my own and so when Teacher Appreciation week comes around, I am usually scrambling to find gifts that 1- are thoughtful 2- are quick to put together 3- are fairly inexpensive. I am always so happy to have new ideas to try (which is why I adore this series so much!)
As of late, I have been REALLY digging gold. I love how shimmery and gorgeous it is so I decided to make it the center of my gift this year:
This is a super simple idea. Just download the printable, cut out the tags and add it to anything that is gold. (This gives you SO many options for presents, both expensive and inexpensive). Here are a few of the ideas I came up with.
First, who doesn’t love chocolate?! Add a little ribbon and a tag and you’ve got an instant present:
For a non-food gift..how about a cute little notepad and gold pen?! Isn’t that just the happiest little package to give!
And lastly, how about a little fingernail polish? Isn’t that a great color and if you add a gift certificate to get a pedicure..I’m sure you would have the happiest teacher around!
Aren’t those so fun?! There is so much gold out there right now..so run out, grab some and make some glimmery gifts!
I hope you are having a great spring and hope that when your teacher appreciation week rolls around, that you can make those AMAZING teachers feel like they really are GOLD.
Thanks so much for having me, Cindy!
Hi! My name is Kiki Comin from Kiki and Company. I am a wife, a mother to 5 amazing kids, and I love to create in my “down time”. Creating keeps me sane, keeps me inspired and helps me see the world in a whole new way. I love to sew, bake and decorate, but my favorite thing to do is create meaningful printables. I create art for walls to activities for kids and everything in between, and am constantly inspired by my own kids in making them. Life is good, and I love sharing part of mine with you!
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Stop by Kiki and Company for more crafty inspiration and to enter the Show your Appreciation giveaway today (you get a new entry each time your visit our guest blogger)! We are giving $1,000 from Michaels! You won’t want to miss this!