Teacher Appreciation Week is the first full week in May. Through all of April I am excited to share some amazing ideas from some of the most wonderful bloggers for my Teacher Appreciation Gift Ideas series! It’s a great month! You will be totally prepared with ideas to thank your teachers!

Hi! I’m Angie, and I’m thrilled to be here. I’m a mama to a lot, and even though writing is my passion, mothering and crafting is something I’m also passionate about. I write about motherhood, show off my kids much to their chagrin, and showcase parties and craft ideas at my place, Seven Clown Circus. I’m a word loving, book devouring, sunshine hoarding, sugar scrub and craft loving mama to 5. I’m also an organizationally devout, stringer of letters, words and paragraphs.

I have the highest regard for teachers, and before school starts, I think I agonize over which teacher my children will get more than my children do.  I want my children to have a positive experience at school and their teacher plays such a big role in this.  So, when teacher appreciation week rolls around, we always try to do something fun and inexpensive that shows them we are thinking of them and appreciate all of their efforts throughout the year.

Today I want to share with you this fun and FREE teacher appreciation printable that’s perfect for a SODA loving teacher.   It says, “I’ve been SODA-lighted to have You for my Teacher this year!  

Materials Needed

  • Card stock
  • ribbon or twine
  • soda bottles


  • Download FREE SODA-lighted PRINTABLE file
  • Print on card stock and cut out
  • Embellish teachers favorite SODA bottle with printable and ribbon or twine
  • Give to teacher in appreciation

Stop by Seven Clown Circus for more crafty inspiration and to enter the Show your Appreciation giveaway today (you get a new entry each time your visit our guest blogger)! We are giving away hundreds of dollars worth of fun goodies! You won’t want to miss this!

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