This whole week I will sharing my own teacher appreciation gifts, as well as featuring projects by other creative bloggers. Each one of these crafts can be made in 15 minutes or less, so you can make up a thoughtful gift for the teachers in your life quickly and simply.
If you are looking for quick homemade gifts to give to your kids’ teachers, you won’t want to miss a post this week! This first gift is appropriate for coaches, P.E. teachers, or any educator who loves America’s Pastime!
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With very minimal painting skills, you can turn a plain Ball mason jar into an adorable PLAY BALL gift jar. Then fill the jar with baseball themed treats or game tickets and the gift is ready to give! You can also add a specialized jar lid to turn this into a cute piggy bank for a child’s room, or remove the lid entirely for use as a flower vase. Check out the video below to see how simple of a craft project this is.
Check all the other lightning fast teacher appreciation crafts from the first day of this Craft Lightning series.
Artistic Endeavor combined two tradition teacher themes, chalkboard and apples, into this super cute mason jar gift!
Teachers write a ton of notes, so this DIY notepad from 4 You with Love is a very useful present.
365 Days of Crafts turned a plain wooden box into a gift perfect for an lower grade teacher.
On A Sweet Berry’s Blog you will find the tutorial for a quickly personalized tote bag.
How about a great owl themed gift like this one from Yesterday on Tuesday?
Download Jen’s cute printable tags on 100 Directions.
Check out The Silly Pearl’s adorable custom fabric book marks.
The Housewife Eclectic created a very cute tote for a Kindergarten teacher.
Angie from The Country Chic Cottage made these adorable gumball gifts with Ball mason jars.
You might also like these other jar teacher gifts:
Let's be buds.
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