Figuring out the perfect gift for a teacher to show appreciation can be difficult. That's why I always try to do something custom. It's unique and they won't receive several of the same thing. I mean how many flowers, coffee mugs or candles do they need?
I gave my son's kindergarten teachers a framed teacher picture, personalized notecards, a notebook and some chocolate. Class members pitched in for a group gift card and we packed it in a nice basket that a fellow mom had purchased. I used Marina Mist and Wisteria Wonder for colors. I used the now retired chevron ribbon in matching colors.
For my daughters 2 grade teacher I made a little treat pack I saw on Pinterest using the Stampin Up retired Chevron treat bags. Filled with a small notebook, perfect for "to-do list" or making a summer bucket list, a pen, Hershey bar and a gift card. All wrapped up in pretty ribbon. Now I usually don't like to post about the retired items, but since I have a bunch on hand I wanted to use up some supplies. So the ribbon is the Blushing Bride Chevron now retired, Chalk Talk stamp also retired.
I made fun cards for all, these cards showcased the new Schoolhouse DSP, Writing Notes and Tin of Cards Stamp Sets a 2 cards have some smarties YUM!