I have this tea towel and will be listing a tote with the same design soon
Iv got bookmarks and I can make personalised keyring
As I don’t have kids and therefore don’t need to buy teachers gifts, I have no idea how much people usually spend on them. What’s the average per gift?
I’ve got this personalised unframed print and card set which can have the Teacher’s name and the child’s name on.
Plus these personalised Thank you Teacher cards.
My sister normally spends about £30 on my nephews teachers.
But he has three.
So that’s £10 per teacher.
Wow, that’s quite a lot to find. I wonder when this idea started - I certainly didn’t ever give gifts to my teachers when I was at school, and neither did any of my friends, but that was a long time ago!! I wonder do parents feel pressurised into following, or is it not really expected of everyone?
I will be adding more of these to my shop over the next few days
I can’t remember my parents buying Teacher gifts when I was at school, but I always made my own little card.
I always got my daughters teachers gifts at Primary school, but not now she’s at high school.
I have bookmarks, charms, keyrings :0)
How about keyrings,
or a cuff
I have a selection of brooches and keyrings all under £10!
perfect to say 'thank you’
For a traditional teacher gift, I have this knitted apple.
For non traditional…there are lots of things in my shop suitable as gifts for men or women.
How about original Art …
My wax on black Matt are very popular
And who doesn’t love a cupcake
Every gift needs a nice card and gift card…
I have notebooks and tissue holders, designed specially for teacher gifts, and lots of other suitable presents.
I have a selection of hand sewn brooches, keyrings and bag charms that make excellent teacher gifts, and every teacher deserves a pot of tea at the end of their busy term!
I have just listed this apple applique notebook.
A set of cute lavender bags makes a lovely teacher gift.