I went to a friends house the other day and they had these super cute pumpkin decorations around their house! She told me they made them a the local Library. I know some might not like using books for this project but you can always find some that are missing pages.. have water damage, etc. Head on over to Crafting Mom to learn step by step on how to make these Pumpkin Book Decorations!
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I found another great teacher gift idea on Gift Card Girlfriend which was adapted from Family Fun. Gift Card Plant Teacher Gift. This one would be great if you know a few mom’s in the class. You could go in together and get a few fun gift cards for the teacher!!
Plant (There are so many fun colorful plants out right now in my area!!) Loving the Gerber Daisy colors!
- Flower Front: The flowers you see here. Cut and glue to flower backs.
- Flower Back: The back of the flowers, needed to make a pocket.
- Blank Flowers: I made an extra set of blank flowers so you can use this teacher appreciation idea for other occasions.
- Make the Flower Gift Card Holders
- Insert Gift Cards
- Insert into plant
Ideas to write on the flowers:
- “Thanks for all your hard work” – gift card to Home Depot, Staples, etc.
- “You’re so much fun” – gift card to the movies or video store.
- “You’re our favorite” – gift card to her favorite place, free choice card!
- “Thanks for keeping your cool” – gift card to the ice cream store.
What you’ll need
- White glittered felt
- Purple felt
- Light blue felt
- Small blue and purple rhinestones
- Bobby pins large and small or barrettes of your choice
- Hot glue or craft glue (hot glue should be used by adults only)
Make sure to visit Spoonful to get the snowflake template and step by step directions.
Head on over to Spoonfull where you can grab two great free printable Dad Coupon Booklets which are great for Father’s Day (Sunday, June 15th). These look too cute and would be a great gift from your kiddos!
As many of you know Father’s Day is this Sunday, June 17th. My son always loves to make Daddy cards as well as the other men in our life too (Grandpa, Great Grandpa and more). I will be enjoying the day with my husband and son (Which I think they will ditch me for golf but that is ok)! I do miss my dad thought! It has been 14 years since he passed away.
Father’s Day Golf Cup Cakes! These are so cute and both my son and husband would love them… To bad I do not have time to make them!
Dad, You’re Worth Every Penny! Card. This looks like a fun easy project for your kiddo’s to do!
Father’s Day Coupon Booklet. This one you can customize with your own coupons!
Father’s Day Fridge Magnet. This one will need a bit more to make.
Trinket Box/tray. The site for this one has several other cute ideas as well!
A pad for dad. Cute little note book your child can make for dad. You could even turn this into a card.