Its that time of year again–teacher appreciation–where I’m scrambling to put together a gift for my daughter’s teacher because I forgot ahead of time. Please tell me I’m not alone.

And while I may not be on top of anything everything, I do have a few great teacher appreciation gift ideas up my sleeve that are perfect for teachers and that you’ll love giving. So let’s get to it (because its probably last minute if you’re anything like me).

  1. Gift Cards in a Cute Holder. Every teacher loves gift cards, no matter how big or small. And if you package one up in this cute watercolor holder this cute watercolor holder you’ll get points for creativity and thoughtfulness. Download it here.These watercolor printable gift card holders are perfect for teacher appreciation.
  2. A Practical Zipper Pouch. I love how this pouch is cleverly designed and holds a TON of stuff. I use a small one for my makeup and a full-size one would be great for personal items in a desk drawer. Fill it with a few pampering items and you’re set.This amazing boxy zipper pouch holds a TON and has such cute detail on the ends. Tutorial shows you how to make one from Mabey She Made It.
  3. A Teacher Tote. You know teachers carry lots of papers and stuff back and forth between home and school. And this functional and cute tote would help them stay organized. Organization is good.Teacher Tote Tutorial at Mabey She Made It Back to school and teacher appreciation gift
  4. Eye Cream. You know, because they stay up grading papers way too late while binge watching their favorite shows on Netflix. So you need something to make up for your lack of sleep. This one is a must. It helps with dark circles, puffiness, and fine lines–because we all know a room full of school kids takes its toll by May. And you can tuck it in the boxy zipper pouch for an added level of appreciation.Eye Cream is a great gift for teacher appreciation or for anytime at all!or go with these amazingly convenient Eye Cloths for those days you just can’t make yourself go through the whole routine.
  5. Handmade Flowers. Give the teachers you love a bouquet that won’t wilt and will brighten their classroom for a long time. These flowers have an ethereal glow and are gorgeous around the house. Also great for teacher appreciation

So now that you have a few great teacher appreciation gift ideas, go ahead and show her (or him) how much you really do appreciate what they do for your child’s education. Hats off to teachers–they’re amazing!

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5 years ago

I just want to tell you how much I love your blog. Lovin’ all the ideas you share! My 39-year-old baby sister :>) has just learned that she is expecting for the first time. We’re all in a frenzy here, especially me! Love your Burp Cloth pattern and those will be the first items I try to make for the baby. I can’t wait until we find out boy or girl so I can really get busy but I’m going to start now anyway. I can’t stand it, lol. Do you have any other baby patterns you can share or… Read more »

Diana G
Diana G
5 years ago

OH puhlease Lisa you are on top of everything (and I do mean everything). I am amazed at how much you do in life .. WOW !!! You could run circles around me at that age ..
Keep on doing what you do .. Love your blog and the teacher gifts are astonishing !!!