Teachers work so hard and give so much to help our kids learn and grow throughout the school year. We are so appreciative and grateful for all their hard work. To show our appreciation, we give teacher appreciation gifts throughout the school year during holidays and teacher appreciation week.
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Teacher appreciation week usually falls the first full week of May with teacher appreciation day near the beginning of the week.
Who doesn’t love a perfect pedicure for summer! Grab some fun nail polish, a few pedicure essentials, this git tag and you have a the perfect teacher appreciation gift.
Make this Teacher Appreciation Gift
Gather your supplies:
- Garden Variety Spring 2015 Essie Nail Polish
- Flowerista Spring 2015 Essie Nail Polish
- Heel to Toe Green Tree Lemongrass Pedicure Salts
- Heel to Toe Gel Toe Separators
- Heel to Toe feels like new Foot Softener
- Emery Board Bath and Body Works (could not find online) similar
Put everything together:
1. You need a clear plastic gift bag. Add all of your items to the bag.
2. Print the gift tag and use a hole punch to make a small hole in the upper corner of the gift tag.
3. Pull a piece of purple ribbon through the hole and wrap around the bag, tying off or making a bow in the front.
Print gift tag: Have a Toe-rific Summer teacher gift tag
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Brittanie @Simplistically Living says
This is such a cute idea! I’ve pinned it to my inexpensive gift ideas board. Visiting from Worthwhile Wednesdays linky party.
Thank you Brittanie! So glad you stopped by!
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What a super cute idea!! I would love to get a pedicure right now!! Found you on Wine’d Down Wednesday!! I would love if you stop by my place tomorrow and share some of yor favorite things on My 2 Favorite Things on Thursday – Link party!! I’d love to have you!!
Me too Elaine! I slapped some polish on my nails yesterday when I wore open toes shoes, but hoping to find the the time to do a proper pedicure. I look forward to stopping by link party!
Jennifer | The Deliberate Mom says
What a lovely, sweet gift idea!
Thanks for sharing (and for linking up to the #SHINEbloghop).
Wishing you a lovely day.
Lisa @ Fun Money Finds says
That’s really cute! I taught Kindergarten for 14 years and never got a gift like that. I would have loved it!
Thanks Lisa! I really appreciate the feedback and getting the perspective from a teacher (or former teacher).
Marie - family and the lake house says
Great idea, girl! I pinned it and will be making these for my little Henry’s preschool teachers! Thanks so much!
Melissa Vera says
What an awesome gift for a teacher. Thanks for linking up at #HomeMattersParty hope you will come back next week to link up again.
Thanks Melissa! Looking forward to next week at #HomeMattersParty!
Janine Halloran says
What a thoughtful gift for a teacher. Thanks for linking up to the Bloggers Brags Pinterest Party. I have pinned your post to the Bloggers Brags Pinterest Board.
This is an absolutely perfect gift idea! Thank you so much for sharing this at the #SmallVictoriesSundayLinkup!
What a fun idea and your printable is so cute! Thanks for sharing on the Spring Craft Blog Hop.
This is so cute and simple and who wouldn’t want to get their feet summer ready?? Thanks for sharing at Fridays Unfolded! Featuring you this week 🙂
Thanks for featuring my project Denise!!! 🙂
Karren Haller says
Now I have already forgotten where I found your post but I am glad I did, This would be perfect with my Salon Pedicure Tutorial it is really a cute idea!!!
I would like to invite you to join me at my Friday Features Party!
Hope you have a great weekend, Karren
Thanks Karen! Would love to stop by your party!
Kaz @ Melting Moments says
I’d have been so thrilled to receive this when I was teaching. So thoughtful!
Thanks Kaz! I love receiving feedback from teachers and past teachers about what they like.
This is amazing I am doing this for end of school gifts fabulous idea thankyou
Thank you Sally! Glad you like it!
Thank so much for such a great, inexpensive gift idea! I was able to make 6 bags as teacher gifts for $40.61, which is less than I would have spent for something as generic as a $10 gift card for each. My only suggestion would be to make the printable ‘Toeriffic’ tags fit at least 2/page to print. I took a screen shot of the print page and inserted the tag as a picture into a blank Word document, and was able to fit two one page, saving me a bit of paper 😉 Can’t wait to give these to teachers/aides tomorrow!
Thanks Ruth. I appreciate your suggestion and will work on making that happen.
Hey,This is an absolutely perfect gift idea! Thank you so much for sharing this at the #SmallVictoriesSundayLinkup!