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Teacher Appreciation Week is coming up next week (the first week of May). Get creative with these ideas from some of the most talented bloggers during my Teacher Appreciation Gift Ideas series! All April we will be featuring great ideas. I can’t wait to see what they share. You will be totally prepared with ideas to thank your teachers! This Pencil Sharpener Charm Bracelet is the perfect way to give a handmade gift. Give the most heartfelt gift any teacher would cherish, these free teacher appreciation notes give your child the chance to say thank you in their own words!
It’s Kim from Today’s Creative Blog and I’m going to make your life easier!
It’s time to show the teachers how much we appreciate everything they do! If you’re short on time, this Free Printable Teacher Appreciation Gift Card Holder is perfect!
It’s colorful, creative and simple, yet will show the teachers in your life they are appreciated.
Free Printable Teacher Appreciation Gift Card Holder
Even though my son is now in high school, I still like to send a small gift of thanks. Sadly, those poor high school teachers don’t get much in the way of thanks and I know it makes their day when something special is delivered.
This free printable can be used as a gift tag, post card, or fold it for a gift card holder. It also comes in a variety of colors.
What you’ll need:
- Inkjet Printer
- White 8.5 x 11 cardstock
- Paper trimmer or scissors
- Washi Tape or Stapler
- Download and print out the desired color.
- Trim each card
- Fold in half and secure with washi tape or staples. If you’re not slipping it into another card, be sure to secure the sides so the card doesn’t fall out.
- Using for a tag? Use a hole punch to punch a hole in the corner and tie with bakers twine or ribbon.
Teachers at this level are much easier to buy for. Baked goods (like my cake mix chocolate chip cookies) or gift cards usually do the trick. Actually that pretty much works for all teachers, but I did get more creative with the gift giving when my son was little.
This Gift Card Holder is easy for my son to deliver without unwanted attention from his peers…..yes, they worry about that kind of stuff. But believe me, they don’t want you delivering it! I will often just drop it off at the office to save us both.
Another great way is add it to your gift as a gift tag or post card.
I love these cardboard pillow boxes for quick gift wrapping. Just place your gift inside, wrap with cute ribbon and attach the printable tag.
No stress gift giving is my specialty!
Download all or just the color you love!
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