Homemade Gift Ideas – Thank You Gifts
The end of the school year is drawing near…time to find gifts for our teachers dear!
Check out my list of budget friendly thank you gifts ($5 or less!) perfect for teachers, team moms, neighbors, friends & family!
Glass Bottle with M&M’s & a Daisy: this can be a simple glass bottle that you’ve recycled or for a few dollars you can buy a bottle with a pourer that can later be used as a dishsoap dispenser or an olive oil bottle. Walmart, Target, Ross & Homegoods sell the bottles with pourers for $3 – $4.
Shamrock Plant: include a sign that says “lucky to have you!” These also make nice gifts for volunteers!
Shamrock Charm: add a note that says “lucky to have you!” CharmFactory.com is a great source for inexpensive sterling silver charms…$3 – $5 for most! Another perfect volunteer gift!
Casserole: don’t under estimate the power of a homemade casserole especially for a teacher or a working mom!
Sweets: do you bake a cake that everybody loves? Make this your “signature” dessert and bake it for birthdays or thank you gifts!
Box Lunch: e-mail your child’s teacher today, and let them know you’re bringing them a box lunch on ________. Now…find a pretty box or gift bag, make a special sandwich or wrap, bake some cookies, and add chips, fruit & a drink! What a treat!
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I can’t tell you how much I would have loved to have a parent pack a boxed lunch for me when I taught! Great idea!
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