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We are heading into the home stretch of Teacher Appreciation Week here. All week long we have been doing Craft Lightning and posting teacher appreciation crafts that take 15 minutes or less to complete. Did you miss any of the quick crafts? Be sure to check out the round ups from day 1, day 2, and day 3. There is one last chance to be featured here by linking up to our Craft Lightning Linky Party….hurry! Now lets check out the round up from our blog partners and my partner for this series 30 Minute Crafts for today!
Kicking things off today are these elegant gold dipped pots from Three Little Monkeys Studio. I love this idea for teachers…..and…well….for me!
Want to give the teacher something useful for the classroom? Try making this birthday chart with the instructions over at Busy Mom’s Helper.
Want a creative and unique way to give a gift card for Teacher Appreciation Week? Try this Amazon gift card holder from Crafting in the Rain.
Print an entire stack of these Happy Birthday bookmarks from Bombshell Bling. Your teacher can use them all year long as little gifts for her students.
Not one…not two…but SO MANY ideas for Teacher Appreciation Week over at My Craftily Ever After. Be sure to visit and learn about each one.
Give tubes of goodies and some unique chalkboard gift tags like these from Jen Gallacher. This wonderful idea was actually published in a magazine. Way to go Jen!
Give this herb gift set to your teacher, friend, mom, or YOURSELF! This adorable creation is from Stuffed Suitcase.
Grab a jar and fill it with goodies. Then print an amazing gift tag from Carla Schauer. I am a sucker for a gift in a jar every single time.
Our linky party feature for today is Niki from HomeMadeville and this paper and book holder. What a great desk accessory to give to any teacher.
My partner for this series Carolina from 30 Minute Crafts is at it again with these adorable tags that the kids can color. Click here to print this version with school supplies as the gift.
In case you missed it, I shared my pretzel rod pencils this morning. Grab your candy coating and make a package of these for your teacher.
Y’all stay tuned as we have one more day of fun Teacher Appreciation Week crafts to go. Then this weekend I will round up the entire series for you. For all of the quick crafts from this series and more, be sure to follow our quick and easy crafts Pinterest board.