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Everyone loves EOS lip balm and it is even perfect for teachers. Pick up a few of the red versions and print the free printable below for an awesome teacher gift in just minutes. If you need more ideas for teacher appreciation week, be sure to check out the projects from day 1 of Craft Lightning Week then scroll all the way down on this post for our partner projects from today.
Start by printing the free printable. Either click on the image below or click here to print onto white card stock.
Now just watch the video below as I make this teacher gift in just seconds. Trust me this is so super simple y’all!
So easy right? Any teacher will love this EOS lip balm teacher gift idea. Make a dozen and give them out to all of the teachers at school during Teacher Appreciation Week. Trust me….they will love them! If you want to get your red EOS online and have a portion of your purchase go to support this site, click here to buy on Amazon.
Now for the crafts from our partner blogs for this series. Every teacher would love the gift of Clorox wipes. Why not dress them up and give them as a gift? Learn more on how to do just that over at A Girl and A Glue Gun.
Give your teacher the gift of chocolate but in a super unique way. Click here to see how Dolen Diaries made these cupcake liner flowers and how you can too in just minutes!
Give your teacher a fun notepad on a necklace with this craft from Lisa Stuff n Such. The best part? You can probably make this one with things you have on hand at home.
Giving a gift card this Teacher Appreciation Week? Try one of these printable gift card holders from Simply Kelly Designs.
Grab some ribbon and make a fun lanyard for teacher in just minutes with this tutorial from My Craftily Ever After. Customize this fun project with the ribbon of your choice.
Let your teacher know that they inspire your child with this fun key ring from Duct Tape and Denim. Let your child choose the word to describe their teacher and make this fun craft project together.
Teachers also love the gift of school supplies. Try this fun gift from Occasionally Crafty for when the gift of glue sticks sounds like the perfect option.
My partners for this series also have fun crafts today. Print these free printable labels from 30 Minute Crafts and give the gift of flowers.
You can also give a fun sports themed gift to a teacher or coach in your child’s life. Grab the instructions for this amazing mason jar craft from Mad in Crafts today.
If you need even more quick and easy teacher appreciation ideas, be sure to follow our Pinterest board and click around to find the perfect gift for any teacher.