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Anna here with some adorable DIY crafts you can make with school supplies.
Magnetic Craft Caddy from Donuts, Dresses, & Dirt
I think this craft is so cute. I love the little plastic cups and using the magnets in the cupcake pan to keep them stable. I always see the little caddies in the pre-k and kindergarten rooms and they are not nearly as cute as this!
Back to School Wreath from Crafts N Coffee
I’m a sucker for wreaths of any kind. Well, maybe a few from the 80’s I wouldn’t love but anyway. This wreath is adorable and any teacher would be proud to hang it on her door. If you know your teacher beforehand you can easily customize it according to their tastes or their room decor.
School Supplies Tower from The Country Chic Cottage
Back to School time can be just as important in helping those in need as Christmas. This would be a neat and unique way to display school supplies to hand out at a local church or organization that helps supply school supplies.
Embellished Pencil Pouch also from The Country Chic Cottage
My daughter LOVES to have her own unique no-one-else-will-have-one school supplies. And she always ends up needing more than one pencil pouch or box. My daughter also loves to craft. This cute pencil pouch is simple enough for her to do and super cute to boot!
Pencil Cube Photo & Memo Holder from Crafts N Coffee
This is a unique craft. I love the erasers on the bottom as little “feet”. And teachers always have lots of memo’s and photos that need displaying. A fun twist would be to use colored pencils instead of no. 2’s.
Crayon Vase from A Little CLAIREification
I love the look of NEW crayons, I’m pretty sure everyone does. With this crayon vase you can have brand new crayons on your desk all year long, you could use it as a pencil/pen/highlighter/marker holder, a flower holder, or even rulers, etc. I’m sure there are LOTS of things teachers could store in it in a very cute way.
Do you enjoy making crafts with school supplies? These would be great teacher gifts for “back to school” or teacher appreciation.
Find more ideas on our DIY Pinterest Board and on our Crafts Pinterest Board.
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