Would you like to send a gift to thank your child's teacher for all their efforts with Sally but are stuck for ideas at apples and red pens?
There are so many fantastic thoughtful and inexpensive handmade ideas on the web. We’ve seen these five DIY projects that would make excellent end-of-year thank you gifts for a teacher. We've even created some printable thank you notes to include with the gift! Just print out on a sheet of 8.5x11 paper, cut in half and fold to make a tent card.
This shave gel from You Brew My Tea with a combination of lavender, coconut and aloe vera would smell amazing and feel so soothing. This would be a nice handmade gift for a male or female teacher with a card that read "Thank you for a smooth year!" (download it here).
Who wouldn’t love a little healthy snack? These banana chips with vanilla coconut and honey cinnamon dipping sauces from Fat Fitness Girl sound amazing. We love that there’s a printable recipe tag that could be added to a nice package along with a card that could say "Thank you for feeding my curiosity" (download it here).
My daughter insists that her teacher LOVES to write, because she leaves so many red notes in her homework assignments! For the teacher who likes to write a set of these DIY embellished dollar store notebooks from Living On the Cheap would be nice along with a card that read "Thank you for teaching me the write stuff!" (hee hee, I like the irony of that!)(download it here).
What other unique handmade gifts have/would you give to your child's teacher?