Right now I'm working on stocking my Etsy Shop with plenty of Teacher Gifts - we are getting closer & closer to the end of the school year - time to grab a small gift or card to say THANKS to all the awesome Teachers out there. Here are some photos of recent projects I've been working on. You can find most all of these for sale in my shop. If you are local, I am willing to meet up with you so that you don't have to worry about shipping costs - makes it easier for both of us! Contact me if you have any special requests or questions.
For most of these, I decided to try out using some digital stamps. I recently stumbled upon Scrappin Doodles digital stamps and found some really fun stamps to try out.
What I like about digital stamps: the cost is lower than a traditional stamp, shipping is free (just a download link) and you can customize them to any size you want. I grabbed some of these school themed stamps from Scrappin Doodles and I was able to use them to make some really fun Teacher themed gifts. (I found Scrappin Doodles simply by doing a Google search for digital stamps - if you guys have any other faves or recommendations, feel free to leave them here as a comment, I'd love to check them out - thanks!)
The first project I created was this mini gable box filled with a mini bottle of hand sanitizer (what Teacher doesn't need that, right?) - and a mini post-it magnet holder. I was thinking that you could add more to this box if you'd like - a gift card, maybe some candy, etc.
You can customize to the name of your Teacher if you want, or you can simply say "Thank You Teacher" - I am offering both options.
I will mail these flat for easier/cheaper shipping - and you will just need to assemble the box and add the goodies.
Here is another version of the Crystal Light containers that I have done in the past. These are great to fill with candy, or can be used as a little pen/pencil holder on a Teacher's desk:
Here is a set of 3"x3" cards - perfect size for writing a small note of Thanks:
Some more Skinny Notepads...
and finally, a different spin on some post-it holders:
WHEW! That was a long post with a lot of pics. A cookie to you if you made it this far