Looking to make a fun DIY gift for your child’s teacher? Here are 20+ great ideas that can be made with the Cricut!
DIY Teacher Appreciation Gifts
Can you believe the end of the school year is already approaching?
I sure can’t! It feels like just yesterday I was bawling my eyes out that Jack was starting Kindergarten…and now I get teary-eyed just thinking about him already being done.
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Obviously, I cry a lot.
ANYWAYS. Last week I shared the best gifts for teachers, but today, I wanted to share a few different homemade teacher gift ideas that you can make with your Cricut.
I think some of these are so clever – and they are even easy enough that you can probably involve your child. Hooray! I think teachers especially appreciate those child-made gifts 🙂
I have over 20 ideas, and I think they all should take less than an hour (probably even faster) to make. I thought I would highlight a few of my favorite ideas though first.
Cricut Materials for Teacher Gifts
Cricut has recently released their “Iron-on Designs” collection, and they have SO many cute, ready-to-iron designs available that would be perfect for teacher gifts. They also have a lot of really great non-teacher ones…you should just check out the entire collection here.
Remember to use the code CLARKS10 to get 10% off and free shipping on the Cricut.com website (excluding machines, EasyPress machines, Bright Pads, digital content, and Access subscriptions).
Big Heart, Little Mind Wall Art from 100 Directions
Personalized Pencil from Artsy Fartsy Mama
LEGO Soap Teacher Gift from See Vanessa Craft – I LOVED this one the most. I think we might be doing this for Jack’s teachers 🙂
Gift Card Box from Creativities Galore – in the survey I did about what teachers want most, gift cards topped the list. This would be a really cute way of presenting those!
And here are a bunch of other super cute ideas that you can make with your Cricut. I hope that this will help you find some fun inspiration for making a gift for your child’s teacher this year.
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