Next week is Teacher Appreciation Week! I have loved the amazing ideas that have come all month long from some of the most wonderful bloggers for my Teacher Appreciation Gift Ideas series! It’s been 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 used to write a lot about motherhood and show off my kids much to their chagrin, but these days I mostly  showcase partiescraft ideas, recipes, hair and nail tutorials, and offer free printables at Seven Clown Circus.

Teacher Appreciation week is right around the corner!  I’m kind of, sort of in denial.  This means the school year is almost over and I don’t see how that’s possible.  I just ADORE my kids teachers and it seems like each year the school supplies keep getting skimpier and skimpier.  So, this idea is a fun, super easy and inexpensive way to show your child’s teacher you are thinking of them that helps replenish their supplies.  Just download the free printable that says, “you are A+ at keeping me on POINT“,  tie it onto a bundle of pencils with burlap and ribbon, and voila, you have a great gift for teacher!


Teacher Appreciation Printable


Download the free printable tag and tie onto a sharpened bundle of pencils and see how much your child’s teacher appreciates the gift!

Free Printable Files!



I’d recommend printing on white card stock.  Then cut out and tie on bundle of sharpened pencils given during teacher appreciation week!  I used burlap and ribbon to tie on the printable.  Easy peasy!

For more DIY teacher ideas and printables, check out my SODA-lighted Printable, my Free Printable Thank You Tags For Teachers {teacher appreciation} , or how about another way to give pencils?  Paint Chip Gift Wrap – {Embellishment}  This Back to School Teacher Gift {homemade air freshener} was a huge hit last year with my kids teachers, and this How to Make Homemade Oatmeal Soap is fabulous.  If sugar scrubs are something you want to try, then this Strawberry Sugar Scrub Recipe is fantastic!

Thanks for having me, Cindy!

Angie Lee is editor of Seven Clown Circus. Visit her blog for crafty goodness daily.  Connect with her socially on  PinterestInstagram, G+Twitter and  Facebook.   She’d love that.

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 $1,000 from Michaels! You won’t want to miss this!



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  1. I believe that teachers really are God’s Angels. They go above and beyond everyday for our kids, the least we could do is say thanks.

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