Here’s a last minute teacher appreciation gift I’m sending with my daughter to her pre-school.
These bookmarkers were really quick to make and fun, too! I used 1 1/8″ covered buttons and these huge paper clips that I got at old navy. It’s not a new concept though, I’ve seen something similar on etsy or some other blog, but I can’t find where at the moment (feel free to leave a message in the comments if you know of any sources). Just ‘thread’ the button onto the giant paper clip, slide it to the top and hot glue in place!
I also found this cute Dr. Seuss quote and made a little dr. seuss-ish card for the bookmarkers to slide onto.
If you’re interested, you can download my PDF here and make your own! It’s set up to print two to a page. Enjoy! Make sure to wish all teachers in your life a big thank you, I think we all know how hard they really do work.
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Cute idea! Link to .pdf doesn’t appear to be working, though. Thanks for sharing!
thanks zoe, it should be working now, sorry!
Those are really cute! Very creative and I’m sure they’ll be appreciated.
Molto belle Anna! Deliziose! Ciao pia
I love those! Very cute!
What a cool idea! So creative!
I’m one semester away from completing my Education degree and from personal experience gifts from students and parents are very much appreciated. I got my first “teacher” gift three years ago and it still means so much to me. Thanks for reminding everyone to appreciate their teachers 🙂
Those are awesome. LOVE them! And now I want to make them, too.
great idea Anna!
awe they are so cute do u have a tutorial?
Teachers are some of my favorite people and it’s so fun to do nice things for them. This is super!! Thank you for the PDF!
Again… love it! So cute!
simple and cute. Thank you!
How did you attach the button onto the clip? They are so very cute/pretty.
Great idea. You doo a lot of that in the USA… Love it…
just found your site today– love all your projects!
what a WONDERFUL idea!!!
I love the idea of teacher gifts!!!
Sometimes my pupils draw a picture for me, i try to collect all of them!
Whatta nice gift idea!
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Anna…..DARLING and brilliant!
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I made up four of these very quickly this morning before my son’s last day of school — they turned out so cute! I found some fabric in my stash with teeny-tiny little scissors, glue, etc. It was perfect!
Thanks for the idea and for the printable!
I want to forward this to all of the parents in my class so that I’ll get some! Or maybe I’ll think to do it with my students for a holiday. Who couldn’t use a bookmark?
I’ve stalked your blog a couple of times and am so amazed (and jealous! I want to be crafty!). It looks like the girls are tons of fun; tell Dan “hello” for me.
Thanks so much for this awesome idea and free printable. I’ve featured it today:
Feel free to stop over and grab a featured button. Cheers!
Those are awesome. LOVE them! And now I want to make them, too.nice post. Pakistan flowers
Where can you find those adorable buttons?
Hi Ali, you can get the button cover kits at joann’s or hobby lobby, etc. Just uses scrap of fabric!
It is the most innovative idea i have ever came across and i think it is an item which can be presented at every good occasion. Really liked your idea and looking forward for more beautiful and innovative ideas.
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