Yesterday, my printer dropped off our notepads that the kids made for their teachers, and they are perfect. I wanted to share this idea with you because I think this is a really easy and inexpensive way for your child to give their teacher something personal, meaningful, and useful! All you need is a black sharpie or pen, and a local printer that you can visit (or better yet, scan in the drawing and send to the local printer via email).
My seventh grader chose to rubber stamp her teacher’s names. I love the simplicity.
The other two, in first and fourth grade, chose to draw. I love how my seven-year old attempted his first bubble letters. And how his teacher will never forget who made her that pad with the penguin.
The pads are 5″ x 8″ with 100 sheets. They cost me $7 each. Next week I will share the gift tags I made, which are awfully cute. (If you want a head start on wrapping, you could download the ones I made from last year).
Have a happy weekend!
Oooh, I love these! I just pinned it so I remember (hopefully) when I am in need of a cool gift. 🙂
so easy peasy…hope you remember, too! and depending on the talent of the artist, could be really fun to do a monogram.
Thank you! What a great idea!