11 Beautiful Card and Gift Ideas for Teacher’s Day

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Are you all thrilled about Teachers’ Day celebrations at your child’s school? Are you eager to teach your kid how to acknowledge and appreciate the contribution of his teachers? If you are looking for Teachers Day gift ideas, it is time to take out your art supplies and scroll down to start making some fun things right away!

Easy Card Ideas For Teachers Day:

Below are some interesting ideas to help your child make cards for Teachers Day at home:

1. Cute Little Apple Card:

You Will Need:

  • A blank paper
  • Paints in red, yellow, and green
  • A few apples cut in halves
  • Sketch pens in brown and green

How To:

  • Ask your kid to dip the apples in the poured paints on the disposable plates
  • Now take the blank paper and form a card by folding it halfway
  • Ask your kid to stamp the apple print on the paper
  • Allow the card to dry
  • Now, ask your child to draw the stems and leaves on the card. Help your child write a sweet message before gifting it.

2. Pressed Flower Cards:

You Will Need:

  • A card paper
  • Glue stick
  • Mod Podge
  • Decorative ribbon
  • Tape
  • An old paintbrush
  • A colored paper
  • A pair of scissors
  • Dried flowers

How To:

  • Help your child in cutting the colored paper into a shape of his choice, and then ask him to paste it on the card paper
  • Help your kid to form a loop with the ribbon to hang the card and stick it at the back of the card
  • Next, help your kid in sticking the dried flowers on the colored paper. Ask him to add a coat of mod podge, over the dried flowers carefully
  • Let the card dry completely. You can also help your child in writing a short message on the card.

3. Hand-print Cards:

Handprints are really personal and warm. Though it is a little common, it is something that teachers love because it reminds them of how unique every child is, just like their handprint.

You will need:

  • Chart paper
  • Sketch pens or markers
  • Paint
  • Tray
  • Glue
  • Hand-print Cards

How to:

  • Add some paint to a tray and fold a piece of chart paper in the shape of a card
  • Ask your child to dip her palm in the paint and spread it evenly on the palm
  • Press the paint on one side of the card
  • Help your child add a special thank-you note on the inside

4. Cookie Cutter Cards:

You Will Need:

  • Different shapes of cookie cutters
  • A piece of card paper of any color
  • A few shades of paints
  • A few disposable plates
  • A few colored pens

How To:

  • Pour the paints on different disposable plates
  • Next, ask your kid to fold the paper in the form of a card
  • Help your child dip the cookie cutters in different colors to stamp different designs on the card paper
  • Let the card dry completely
  • Help your kid write a sweet message for Teachers’ Day inside the card using the colored pens.

5. Paint with nature

You will need:

  • Flowers/ ladies finger
  • Paint
  • Palette
  • Paint brushes
  • Chart paper
  • Sketch pen

How to:

  • Find natural materials like leaves or flowers. Pick slightly big ones that can be painted on
  • Help your child in painting on them and use them as stamps on a chart paper, folded like a card
  • You can also use vegetables like ladies’ fingers cut them into pieces and stamp them to make beautiful shapes
  • Allow the card to dry
  • Don’t forget to add a short personal note for the teacher inside the card.

Teachers Day Gift Ideas:

1. Thank You, Teacher Personalized Notepad:

You Will Need:

  • A plain notepad
  • A marker pen in black
  • Colored Chart papers
  • Sketch pens
  • Glue
  • A string of decorative ribbon
  • A pair of scissors

How To:

  • Help your kid in drawing a cute picture of a teacher on the front side of the notepad
  • Now, ask your kid to cut a long and wide strip from the chart paper and to decorate it by writing a sweet Happy Teachers’ Day quote using the sketch pens
  • Now, help him loop the strip around the notepad by sticking its end using the glue
  • Help your kid in making a beautiful bow with the ribbon and stick it on the cover of the notepad.

2. Crayon Candles:

You Will Need:

  • Different coloured wax crayons
  • A baking dish to melt the crayons
  • Popsicle sticks
  • A recycled glass jar
  • A long candle wick
  • A pair of scissors
  • A colored paper
  • Sketch pens
  • Glue

How To:

  • Ensure that your kid peels off paper labeling on the crayons
  • Now, help him breaking the wax crayons into small pieces to melt them easily
  • Help him put the crayon pieces in the baking dish and place it in the preheated oven and stir the molten crayon using the popsicle sticks
  • Now, ask him to place the candle wick in the middle of the jar and pour the melted crayon in it
  • Let the colored wax set, repeat the steps for all the layers
  • After adding all the different colored layers of wax, ask your kid to snip off the wick at the top to complete his candle.

3. Cute Sticky Notes Holder:

You Will Need:

  • Sticky notes in any color
  • A glue stick
  • Some decorative paper
  • Some cardboard
  • A few binder clips
  • A sticky magnet strip
  • A few colorful pencils
  • A pair of scissors
  • A measuring scale

How To:

  • Help your child in cutting out a big rectangle from the decorative paper of 8 X 5 inches
  • Next, help your kid in cutting out squares of about 3.75 X 3.75 inches and 3.25 X 3.25 inches
  • Help your kid in cutting out two smaller rectangles of 1.25 X 2 inches and 1.25 X 3 inches for the binding area
  • Next, ask him to wrap the cardboard with the large decorative paper rectangle
  • Now, ask him to paste the square paper in the middle of the cardboard. Next, he should glue the rectangular piece of decorative paper to make the tab for the pencils
  • Help him in sticking the last piece of paper cut out on the paper clip to give it a pretty design
  • Ask him to clip the sticky notes pad on the cardboard with the help of binder clips and ask him to add pencils to the tab
  • Help him in cutting out a piece of the magnet strip and stick it on the back of the cardboard.

4. Thank You, Plant, For A Teacher:

You Will Need:

  • An empty tin can
  • Some twine
  • A few tags
  • A stamp
  • Some magnets
  • A small strawberry bush
  • A little soil
  • A mini flag
  • A small magnetized board
  • A skewer

How To:

  • Help your kid in washing the tin cans properly
  • Now, let your kid stamp the tag and attach them to the tin can using the twine
  • Help your child in filling up the can with the soil and plant the strawberry bush
  • Ask your kid to attach the mini flag to a skewer and stick its end in the soil
  • Let your kid place two magnets on the back of the can and display it in a row formation on a small magnetized board.

5. Tissue Paper Designer Vases:

You Will Need:

  • An old glass jar
  • Some tissue papers in different colors
  • Glue
  • Water
  • An old paintbrush
  • An old bowl

How To:

  • let your child tear up the tissue papers into small pieces
  • Now, help him add some glue and water in equal amounts in an old bowl and stir well
  • Now help your kid to coat the glass jar with the glue mix using an old paintbrush
  • Now help him paste the pieces of tissue paper on the outside of the glass jar until it is completely covered
  • Allow the jar to dry
  • Your kid can also add a tea light or a bunch of flowers to transform the jar into a candle holder or a pretty flower vase.

6. Paper Patchwork Notebook Cover:

You Will Need:

  • A notebook
  • Few colored papers
  • A glue stick
  • A pair of scissors

How To:

  • Help your kid in cutting out squares and rectangles from the colored papers
  • Now ask your kid to paste the pieces of paper using the glue stick one by one on the front cover of the notebook
  • Allow the notebook to dry properly
  • Let the front side dry completely, then ask your kid to repeat the same steps to decorate the back cover too
  • Your child can also add a poem on Teachers’ Day and gift the notebook to his teacher.

Now that you know how easily your kid can make memorabilia for his teachers at home. What are you waiting for? Get started and help him make this Teachers’ Day memorable by applying the above craft ideas for teachers’ day cards. His teachers are going to love this gesture with appreciation and gratitude!

Published on: 03rd September 2021