Teacher Gifts. Martha Style.

It’s the end of the school year here and I can’t even begin to tell you how much I loved my kids teachers this year.

Which brings me to the end of the year teachers gifts.

I usually do gift cards but this year wanted to make them special some how.

After finding this youtube video,  I modified it to fit into my idea.

(Note: I don’t have any of those fancy folding tools.  I used my hands and the back of a pen cap)

Box

Box saying

The box opens into four “flaps.”

Box open

Each flap is a gift card holder.

The “Eat” one is for Panera Bread.

The “Drink” one is for Starbucks.

The “Read” one is for Barnes and Nobel

So what do you think?  I love them and really this sort of gift card box can be used for any occasion.  Costs just a few pieces of paper too.

Reasonable and cute.

Voila.

Now pass me the wine.  I’ve got 4 more to do.

(Though I did not come up with the box idea, the concept of  Eat, Drink, Read is all my own.)

37 thoughts on “Teacher Gifts. Martha Style.

  1. I have never, in my over 10 years of teaching, gotten an end of the year gift or teacher appreciation gift that wasn't donuts or bagels from administration. I have gotten a few random baby gifts (so sweet) and random jars of homemade salsa.

    I want to teach your children. Just for the gifts.

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  2. LOve this idea. Of course, it makes my thank you card and gift card seem like SHIt now:) lol Hopefully, my kids teachers don't read your blog or my ass fell short of the high standard you set> go you! you rock!

    • The you tube video shows how. I did modify it though because I wanted a ribbon handle so my kids could carry them to school. I used double sided scrapbook paper which was $1.20 a sheet. Each box cost less than $3.

    • Agreed. You could do $5 on each card. Or you could put a little message on 3 of the flaps and give one card.

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