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We are continuing on with Teacher Appreciation Week for Craft Lightning. Each weekday I will join 30 Minute Crafts and post a quick craft each morning and a round up of quick crafts each afternoon. Each craft in our series takes 15 minutes or less to complete. Don’t think you have time to make a craft for Teacher Appreciation Week? Be sure to check out the round ups from day 1, day 3, and day 4. for further proof that you can! If you want a chance to be featured here, link up your teacher appreciation crafts to our Craft Lightning linky party as well. Now lets get to the day 2 features!
First up is this apple candy dish from Make Life Lovely. Adorable and super easy to make.
Next is a highlighter roll from Club Chica Circle. So bright and fun….what teacher doesn’t want this?
How about a handmade card with a gift card inside? Let Scrappy Chick 101 show you how to make this teacher appreciation card.
If you are a talented doodler like Laura Kelly, you can make your own notepads. She is talented isn’t she?
Kimberly with A Night Owl Blog knows I love mason jars. This pencil themed mason jar gift is just too darn cute.
What about a Starbucks gift card? Kinda boring? Not when you package up that gift card in a cup like this one from Mad In Crafts.
Give a flower pot like this one from One Artsy Mama. I love the colors and the note…thank you for helping me grow.
I already said I love mason jars right? Well combine that with burlap and….oh my… Make this mason jar floral arrangement from Life in Velvet for that special teacher.
Our linky party feature for today is C.R.A.F.T and this recycled teacher gift that is just too cute. Turn a recycled can into something extra special.
My partner for this series 30 Minute Crafts made a super cute printable that you can print and have the kids color. Stick it in a plant and your teacher appreciation gift is done!
In case you missed it, I shared this fun gift card pouch this morning. It is made from Duck Tape FABRIC y’all! No sewing required! Click here to check it out.
Be sure to keep up with all of these and more quick and easy crafts on our Pinterest board. Don’t miss a minute of Teacher Appreciation Week — come back tomorrow for more quick crafts!