Thursday, April 29, 2010

{ Teacher Appreciation Gift Ideas! }

If you are in need of a few last minute Teacher Appreciation gifts you have got to check out this BLOG.
She has the Cutest stuff I've seen in a while & all of these gifts are her ideas.
We ♥LOVE♥ our kids teachers, and I honestly don't think that most teachers get the recognition they deserve. So hurry & run to the store and whip up something super cute & simple to boot, I'll bet your teachers will love them!
ps. teacher appreciation week runs from May 3rd-7th.
all pictures borrowed from her blog ~ eighteen25




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12 comments:

  1. These are so cute. Simple yet catchy.

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  2. I soooo looooove your blog. You have the best ideas EVER. I just started blogging and you are such an inspiration. I love the teachers gift ideas and the little scripture bags that you posted about recently. So creative. Thanks for sharing so much with us.

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  3. Funny you should post this... I have the EXACT post schduled to post in the morning, with different ideas though... I love these printables... Thanks for more ideas, I want to do something each day...

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  4. Those are so cute! Thanks for the link to the other blog to print them out.

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  5. So cute!!! Thanks for sharing! I am so happy to have found you & now i want to check her out too!

    Thanks!
    Libbie

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  6. Cute ideas! The A&W is Awesome!

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  7. I would love to know where you get your adorable font.
    I did the jar and rootbeer and they turned out awesome. thanks so much.

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  8. These are really cute. Not to be overly-picky, (because I really do think it is clever) but you might want to consider that the meaning for the word "aw" is different from "awe," which is how it's being used here (especially if you're giving this gift to a teacher.) "Aw" is an expression of mild disappointment, sympathy, and so on, while "awe" is an overwhelming feeling of reverence or admiration towards something grand. (dictionary.reference.com) I'm not trying to be a stickler. In cases like these I think it's fun to try to come up with ways to make it work. Though, I also think it's just fine to leave as-is. I suppose I'm just the sort that can't resist throwing my two cents in, even on a post that's nearly three years old. :)

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