Well it’s that time of year again ! Time to show all of our hard working teachers how grateful we are for them, and how much they are appreciated. Teacher Appreciation week is May 7th – May 11th, with Teacher Appreciation Day on Tuesday, May 8th. My girls love any excuse to bring something special… read more »
Teaching is such an admirable job. A challenging one too I bet. Teachers are SO important for our children. Teachers are SO important to us parents. Our teachers are instilling knowledge and teaching skills, that our children will carry throughout their lives. They help us, day-to-day by educating and guiding our children. Collectively, parents and teachers… read more »
My two youngest are in 2nd grade and Kindergarten. With the end of school (yesterday for us), I wanted to do a little something to show the teachers how much our girls enjoyed being in their classes, and how much my husband and I appreciate their dedication to our kids. My 2nd graders class took… read more »
For Teacher Appreciation week, I wanted to make a little something for my kids elementary teachers. These teachers work SO hard all year and it’s nice to be able to show them, even in a small way, just how much we appreciate them. I had to be budget conscious and clever however, because there are… read more »
These three Everything in Moderation totes were ordered for teacher gifts. Each bag has a matching change purse and key fob. Totes were made in the following fabrics – Amy Butler’s Clematis, Michael Miller’s Feeling Groovy & Amy Butler’s Sweet Jasmine.
These five On the Go wristlets were ordered as teacher gifts and are made in the following fabrics; Big Flower, Disco Dot, Floral Swirl Turquoise, Flower Power and Carnival Bloom. This order also qualified for my June coupon and here is the disk I made…
I made these three On the Go wristlets for my youngest daughters Pre-K teachers who have been so wonderful all year long! I wanted to add a personal touch so I hand-stamped 1/2″ sterling disks with their initials and hung them off of the zipper pull. I let my daughter decide what fabric to use… read more »