Teacher Appreciation Gifts

Teacher Appreciation Gifts

This week is teacher appreciation week and my twin boys’ teacher’s are FANTASTIC!  They are in 2nd grade and are in seperate classes.  I have enjoyed that in some aspects, and haven’t in others.  But I definitely have no problem making both their teacher’s gifts this year.  
I used a variation of Dana’s free tutorial HOBO SACK.  I love how they turned out…

Teacher Appreciation Gifts
Teacher Appreciation Gifts
Teacher Appreciation Gifts
Take a peek inside…GIGANTIC bags of M&M’s!!
Teacher Appreciation Gifts
I found this free download on Skip To My Lou today and
they worked perfectly
Teacher Appreciation Gifts
Teacher Appreciation Gifts
Thanks to all the teacher’s out there who touch
our children’s lives…
~Susan

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  1. says

    OK, I did something similar – mounted that M&M poem thingy on construction paper and staple it onto big bags of M&M’s. The lazy mom way (: I’d like to say I’ll do that better next year, but it’s my kid’s last year in elementary school…..his 4 teachers enjoyed it, tho. Your ditty bags are so cute!

  2. says

    You are so creative! Woo Hoo! My oldest is a teacher, but now a SAHM with two babies, and this is the type of gift she would have loved! Thanks for sharing and linking to Woo Hoo! Wednesday.

  3. says

    So sweet! I’d like to invite you to come plant your creative seeds at my blog party on Fridays: Plant a Punkin Seed at Punkin Seed Productions.

    Hope to see you there.

    Kristi
    Punkin Seed Productions

  4. says

    the fabrics you chose for these are fabulous!!! i bet the teachers loved these and found a great use for them after they devoured the candy too!

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