Teacher Appreciation Gift

The first week of May is Teacher Appreciation Week and I’m going to show you my twist on this post by Rachel Berry . I went to Homegoods and got a great huge plastic wine glass. Then using my Cricut I made dots and an initial using the George and Lyrical Letters font.

I applied them to the wine glass and put about 300 pencils inside. In the middle, I hid another treat, a gift card to the cheesecake factory!
Once that was done I wrapped it in cellophane and put on a pretty gold ribbon. Then I added a card that said, “Thanks for being such a sharp teacher!”
She loved the gift and hey when ist’s summer she can always put in a bottle of wine and a straw  so it serves a dual purpose (wink wink). Below is the original idea for you to see if you’d like to make that one as well.


7 Responses

  1. Excellent idea! Want to take it one step further and having the teacher truly appreciate your thoughtfulness? Sharpen those pencils. :) :) A 2nd grade teacher
  2. Shatzi Webster says:
    This is a really great idea! I may do this for our teachers!
  3. ~The Bargain Babe from *Zucchini Summer Blog* says:
    "sharp teacher" clever! I love that you hid a giftcard in the middle!
  4. ~The Bargain Babe fr says:
    "sharp teacher" clever! I love that you hid a giftcard in the middle!
  5. 2yellowbirdsdecor says:
    That is a super cute idea!! Love it! Thanks so much for entering this too in the Project Pinterest Challenge. Good Luck!Jilltwoyellowbirdsdecor.blogspot.com
  6. Annmarie Pipa says:
    perfect!  so fun and practical and thoughtful too!

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