At Pirouline, we believe there is magic in the words you say and in the two simple words “thank you.” However, sometimes people come into our lives and impact us beyond the ability to adequately communicate that “thank you.” One of those people that every one of us has experienced is a teacher that does more than teach us lessons, but grows us into better people.
As the school year comes to a close, your little ones may have to part with their favorite teacher, and although we could never thank them enough, here are a few ideas for gifts to help tell your student’s teacher how thankful you are for their investment in your child.
When that last school bell rings to signal summer, your kid’s teacher may be heading toward their summer dream of laying by the pool with a cool drink in hand. This adorable wine glass will remind your teacher all summer long that they earned this break!
Summer is a great time for a picnic, BBQ, or a bonfire! Set your teacher up with a sweet treat with a s’mores basket, complete with marshmallows, graham crackers, and chocolate! To get the printable tag and a few more ideas, click here.
This simple craft will give your teacher a functional piece of decor for years to come! There’s one catch: to make this homemade gift, you have to eat three whole tins of Piroulines first! We recommend heading to your local Dollar Tree right now and snagging a tin of Vanilla, Strawberry, and Dark Chocolate rolled wafers to give yourself a full range of flavors. Enjoy making this craft while snacking on a sweet treat with your little ones!
Also, Punk Projects has a variety of different ideas for crafts from Pirouline tins! Check her site out here.
Send your teacher to the movies with a gift card to your local theater and a few easy to sneak in snacks! We love this idea from Tatertots and Jello which include the printable tags. Looking to make this gift even sweeter? We recommend adding in one of our smaller tins of Pirouline to balance the sweet and salty combination.
Lastly, Skip to My Lou has a few options for different printable tags to make your own version of a gift basket! We love the summer and sun-themed one she has (pictured above) with a magazine, cute insulated cup, and a beach towel.
Which of these ideas are you thinking of making for your student’s teacher this year? Have you tried something different that you’re proud of and would like to share? Let us know in the comments, and as always, don’t forget to use the hashtag #shareaswirl when you post a photo of you enjoying the magic of Pirouline with those you love.
To see more Pirouline craft ideas, click here.