I'm sharing a FREE printable with you for Teacher Appreciation Week. With the popularity of chalkboard art popping up everywhere I was inspired to make a faux wooden chalkboard note and gift card holder. I also made a matching note card. You can download both printables towards the bottom of this post.
Teacher Appreciation Week is a week long celebration the first full week in May and Teacher Appreciation Day is the Tuesday during that week.
The gift/notecard holder is pretty easy to assemble. Download, print, cut, fold and tape the side flaps to the back of the holder. Write a little note of appreciation to your child's teacher or have your child write the note. You can also enclose a gift card if you wish.
I also came up with this idea from a blog post I read by Christi, from Love From The Oven. She wrote a post about what teachers really would like to receive as gifts during the holidays. She posed this question to over 50 teachers to see what types of gifts they enjoy receiving. You can read it here. The number one answer was a gift card followed up by a simple hand written note of appreciation. This gift/notecard holder works for both answers. Keep this printable in mind at Christmas time if you decide to give something at that time.
To download the gift/notecard holder click here. To download the matching note cards click here. As with any free printables and artwork on my website, please use this for personal use only. Thanks!
If you are looking for a personalized gift for your child's teacher keep in mind my cute cupcake decorations you can purchase in my shop.
Make sure to thank a teacher!