Hard to believe that we are already at the end of the school year, it really did go super fast. The last couple of weeks have been insanely busy for our family so my creative brain has not been up to par but I was able to put together some fun teacher gifts that I believe the kid’s teachers will enjoy.
Thanks For Being A Toe-Tally Awesome Teacher DIY Teacher Gift
This little gift bag is packed full of some fun treats for teachers that need a little treat.
Nail polish – I put three bottles in each bag
Large colorful nail file
Gift card – I added a Starbucks gift card
Clear medium treat bags
1. Place all nail polish, the nail file and the gift card in the clear bag.
2. Prepare the printable by having your child sign the back of the card and cut out each card.
3. Punch a hole in the top of each card.
4. Tie each bag closed with twine and add the card to the twine.
5. Hand out to each teacher on the last day of school!
Download the FREE printable card HERE.
What creative end of the school year teacher gift did your kiddos hand to their teachers this year?
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Heather Wilson says
That is so cute. Well, I know my stepdaughter's homeroom teacher is a man…and I am totally about equality LOL, but I think he may pass on the nail polish. 😉 We usually give an Amazon gift card or ask what we can do to help them out with things for the classroom. I used to teach many moons ago and it was wonderful when parents would just contribute things needed for class.
Love this. Easy and cute. I think that we can make this not only for teachers but also for friends. What a great Christmas present this would make. My coworkers love having their nails done. I think I can make this for them as well. Much better than gift certificates and not too difficult to make
What a super adorable idea. Sometimes I feel like it is better to have the kiddos do a project on their own for the teacher rather then going out and buying something.
This sounds like an amazing teacher's gift.
If I were a teacher, I would love to receive a toe-tally awesome gift like this. I like that it's a homemade gift since it's unique, yet it's still something that many women will use and enjoy.
David Elliott says
This does look like an awesome gift although directed primarily towards women who teach. I used to teach high school and it was sad how often I got the same things. I can't tell you how often I would get chocolates. It was crazy. The unique gifts were always the ones that were the most meaningful.
Tina Butler says
I made something similar at Christmas time and added fuzzy socks. Teacher gifts are so important and they do appreciate them.
I would love this as a teacher gift. Since I homeschool, maybe I should email this post to my hubby. Teacher gifts no matter how big or small are great ways to say thank you.
Alison Rost says
What a fun diy project for kids and teachers alike. It's always nice to acknowledge the positive influence they are on our kids. The next time my grandson comes to visit we'll make a few of these .. I know there are a few special teachers in his life!
Louise Smith says
I saw you'd pinned this the other day and thought it was a fantastic gift idea. Not only will teachers appreciate that it's homemade, but what female doesn't like giving their feet some TLC? I would love this if I was a teacher 🙂
♥Renee @ •Getting Fit Fab• says
Oh how adorable!! I have so many friends that are teachers that would so love this! Especially with summer coming I'm sure all of them want a break and this is just a great DIY option that the children can help make.