P-Inspiration: Teacher’s Gifts

{P} Inspiration: Teacher’s Gifts


I can hardly believe that the school year is over and it’s time for summer! This week is Hayden’s last week of school and I’ve been searching Pinterest for some inspiration for fun teacher’s gifts! He loves all of his teachers so much and they have done so much for him this year. I knew Pinterest would have some great ideas!

Below are some of my favorites! I still haven’t decided what we will do. I better get on it!


DIY Colored Pencil Vase



How gorgeous is this DIY Colored Pencil Vase from Happy Clippings? Her tutorial is great and looks like something I could actually do! I love how bright and colorful it is and it would look great with some pretty flowers!



Strawberry Gift Basket



Another fantastic idea, this one from eighteen 25! I love gifts that have a theme! You could easily get some great strawberry {or any other berry} scented items from Bath and Body Works to fill up this basket. Our berries usually come in plastic containers so I’d have to hunt for these at some grocery stores.



Thank You For Helping Me Grow



This gift from the blog Giggles Galore might be my favorite. I know that Hayden’s teachers have really helped him grow this past year and I think this is such a sweet sentiment and clever idea. It also looks like something semi-easy that I could do! ;-)



Sharpies and Smarties



I love all of the creative ideas from little pumpkin grace and this is one of my favorites! She has a lot of great ideas for teacher appreciation, but this one thanks teachers for helping the children become “smarties” and “sharpies” that year!

Have you made anything for your child’s teacher? Leave a link in the comments, I’d love to see it! 


  1. Those are some great ideas! I love the planter!

  2. My son hasn’t started school yet but I LOVE these ideas I am going to do something like this when my son is in school!

  3. These are great ideas. I have seen them before but it is great to have the reminders.

  4. Great ideas! I like the pencil vase and the jars! And they don’t look terribly difficult

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