I said NO NO NO…
when the calendar flipped to June – well, maybe I said HOW HOW HOW???
Things seem to accelerate this time of year, especially when you have kids in school.
So much to get done in a short sprint to the finish – (hoping that finish lands me on the warm sand)
But before the sand gets between my toes, lots to accomplish – like putting together thoughtful teacher gifts.
Teacher Gifts with Style
These ideas & inspiration for teacher gifts are thoughtful, don’t cost much, are easy enough for kids of all ages to help create & some can be made at the last minute!
Tasty Treats are always appreciated. Make up a batch of my Roasted Rosemary Cashews & package them in a Mason jar.
Add a spring of rosemary & some twine. Write out the recipe & attach…or better yet just send them here for the recipe (just kidding!)
Another very tasty treat is the Starbuck’s Lemon Loaf by my dear friend Ann of On Sutton Place.
This cake is the real deal – 10 out of 10 eaters in blind taste testing believed they were in Starbuck after just one bite. Well they would have had we not eaten it all ourselves!
Pair this loaf with a Starbuck’s gift card – homemade & easy – a home run of a teacher’s gift!
Or pamper your teacher with my Lavender Bath Salts.
Epsom salts & dried lavender, a bottle or a jar with a top and some embellishments is all you need to make your teacher feel like a Queen! Click here for the step by step instructions.
Flowers always make me feel special, so how about making a few grocery store bouquets into a stunning arrangement.
Taking the time to design the arrangement is so much more personal than just handing someone a cellophane wrapped bouquet.
Click through to my tips & advice on flower arranging, I promise your efforts will earn an A+.
Need a card or a tag for your teacher’s gift?
Susan of Love of Home has you covered with her printables.
Click thru to download & also see the darling, practical & inexpensive teacher gifts my friend Susan put together in Mason jars! Fill a jar & add a tag – done with style!
Teachers & students all deserve a round of applause for another year of learning.
What was the name of your favorite teacher?
** Kelly **