Back To School Teacher Gifts

I can’t believe that I have 2 little girls getting ready to go to school in less than a week. I was hoping that as each year passed it would get easier to see them growing up but it just is not getting any easier!

Growing up I always thought I would Homeschool my kids and as I’ve realized that is not in the cards for our family I have worked hard to embrace the path we are on.

One of the things I LOVE about my kids going to public school is being able to make back to school teacher gifts and class favors. 

Growing up I had a awful experience in public school. I was tortured every single day and I hated it. My mom was a single mom and didn’t get too involved in our schooling. We simply went to school from 7:30 – 3:00 and that was the end of it.

I have a huge desire to be very involved with my kids in school and making these gifts for the teachers and creating goodies for the kids is so much fun for me! I truly enjoy it.

{Back To School Teacher Gifts}

How much do you love these flowers? They are beautiful! However… yes the did take a good amount of time to put together. These flowers came from the a Stampin’ Up Kit that was sold in last years Occasions Catalog and I never had the courage or a REAL reason to try and put these together.

I had to watch a few videos to figure out to put this together. I first watched Stampin’ Up Videos HERE and then I found this great video on how to put together the 3 flowers I used. You can find that HERE


The cute little yellow mason jar were found at Target in the Dollar Spot. They were each $3 and I filled with candy. I will also make sure that I give the each of the teachers the lid to jars in case the want to use them for something else.

I always love getting a out my Cricut and creating goodie bags and treats for the kids classmates. I’m not sure how many kids are going to be in each class so I started out by make 36.


One of my favorite things about Stampin’ Up Product is how well the paper works in my Cricut. I’ve had my Cricut for almost 8 years now and I have found that when you use high quality cardstock with it.


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You can create great back to school gifts that are really simple! I like to search Pinterest for “End of the year school gifts”! Then I can just use those ideas for back to school gifts. Check out some of my favorite projects below and make sure you following my “Back To School” Pinterest board where you will find all these project linked.


I will be back on Friday to chat about Memory Keeping!


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