School is almost starting, and it’s high time you started making some gifts for your favorite teachers to show how much you appreciate them and their classes. Here you will find a range of simple handicrafts that do not take a lot of time or money to do and that will satisfy your teachers.
One of the most popular ideas is making a box of handy supplies like rulers, pens, crayons, glue sticks, and pencils that your teacher may need at any time during the class. The thing is to make a convenient box to store and present everyone. This tutorial shows you how to best package all of these things.
A notebook is always useful to a teacher, and you can personalize it a little with monograms. What you need is come up with a design you like, print it, cut it out, and attach it as a cover for the notebook, voila!
Buy a box of candy and create wonderful chocolate flowers with skewers and cardboard. Put candy in a jar and then the flower you made to cover the jar, so easy and quick!
Another cool idea of packing candy in a cool apple jar. Take a mason jar that resembles an apple in shape, spray the jar with red and the lid with green. Attach a rod of the width you want and sheets of felt you made. Put candy in it, voila!
Put colorful snipers in a mason jar and add a printable gift tag. Another idea is to create a sun with rays from pens and pencils. So easy and so cool!
Bake well? Make some cookies and wrap them in a fantastic way with a cardboard box or lunch box and printable gift tags, or make some chalkboard tags and say thank you for them.
This cool gift box is made of wooden boards and is painted orange. Then the author added some metal letters and filled the box with various writing and drawing materials.
Greet your teachers with colored pencil coasters. Cut the pins off, attach these pieces to the cork coasters and finish them off with Mod Podge and voila!
A simple blank journal can make a cool gift for teachers. Cover it with tape measure washi tape. Add chalkboard labels and various decorative brads.
Buy an alphabet stamp set and wrap it in a cool mason jar decorated with labels and stickers – so easy and so fast!
Plant something for your teacher by adding a ruler drawing to the pot and letting it cool. You can also add various stickers and possibly gift tags.
A galvanized vase can be turned into a cool gift holder. Attach pencils to it, and then put whatever you want to give into it. It looks super original and cool.
Make a personal wreath for the teacher using rulers and an embroidery hoop. Add a ribbon and bunting, as well as a few paper flowers.
Another simple teacher craft is put in a simple plastic box. Put all the supplies there, then secure a ribbon with a cute gift tag.
A cornucopia is a symbol of abundance, which was extremely important to the early settlers, and while it can be said to be old-fashioned, it's making a big comeback for Thanksgiving decor. Such a piece is an original decoration or even a piece of food. So if you're interested, let's see how to style it.
A cornucopia is a perfect base for a centerpiece. Get a wicker and fill it with artificial (or real) pumpkins, gourds, leaves, flowers, fruits, etc. - the style and colors will suit your table setting. Moss, wheat, corn husks, corn, and figs are also good ideas for filling a cornucopia. A cornucopia can be turned into a door wreath with various leaves, fruits, vegetables and other items - it will look very eye-catching!
Edible cornucopia are a cool idea to showcase vegetables at your party. Bake a cornucopia and fill it with all the vegetables, fruits, and maybe cheese, and place some dips and sauces in bowls next to the cornucopia. If you have kids, serve dessert in ice cream cones that mimick cornucopia and fill them with candied fruits, nuts, and candy. Enjoy!