Our resident ‘crafty mom,’ Amber Miller, has done it again! She’s created TWO super easy projects that you can recreate and send with your lovelies for Teacher Appreciation Week, which just so happens to kick off today.
Did this exist when we were kids? I’m pretty sure it didn’t–but positive it should have!
I absolutely LOVE how simple and adorable these projects are and I know that your child’s teacher will love them too.
Here we go!
For the first project you’ll need a tin pail (check the dollar bin at Target or your craft store), flower and leaf cut-outs, pencils, grass or basket ‘stuffing’, ribbon, and the tag. You can print the tag HERE. Amber recommends assembling with glue dots. If you have little ones that want to help consider letting them draw the flower top and color it in–they’ll love pitching in to make a special gift for their teachers.
Easy, huh?!? And, the second project is even easier! Amber whipped up some homemade chocolate chip cookies and packaged them with the tag below. Cute, cute, CAA-UUUTE! And, she’s shared her template to make it a cinch to recreate. You can print the tag HERE.
As Amber has demonstrated so nicely (A+ Amber!)–it doesn’t have to be difficult or time consuming to show your child’s teacher(s) just how much you appreciate them. So whether it be one of Amber’s fun ideas or one of your own, take a minute out of your week to thank a teacher. They deserve it!