With only a few weeks to go until the end of term don’t get stuck for a teacher gift this year and end up buying chocolates.
Here at Mummies Club we’ve tried to make things easier. Read on for 8 simple ideas to say Thank You!
#1 Get Personal
As we still have a a few weeks until the end of term there is time to order that personalised gift. One of our favourite places to go is Not on The High Street. Here are our favourite picks:
Personalised Thank You Blackboard
Teacher Report Card
#2 Buy a Bottle
A lovely drink always goes down well but think seasonal. Buy a lovely summer punch or rose or treat them to a bottle of prosecco. If you can find one Waitrose are selling a mini herb garden in a pot planted with all the herbs needed for Pimms.
#3 Think Local
Support a local business and buy a gift pack or jar. In mummies club we have some fabulous business members, take a look at the lifestyle directory for inspiration, we particularly like these cookie jar mixes from Cake Your Day
Cookie mix jar
#4 Get Cooking
Create some beautiful summer inspired cookies, some buttery fudge, a personalised cupcake cake or simply pack a kilner jar full of sweets and tie with pretty ribbon.
#5 Pick some Pampering
Although things like a facial or manicure would be a nice gift, they are a little pricey. Stick to things like a personalised pamper kit (with a nice face pack, a pretty flannel and some festive nail varnish)
#6 Give a Gift for their Home
There is no doubt most teachers would love something for their home. As summer is all about getting outside choose something for the garden like these pretty fair light jars from Homebase
#7 Get Floral
Most people like flowers and plants that are in season, so why not make a small summer bouquet with flowers like these peonies or dress up a house plant in summer wrapping paper and ribbon
#8 Make a Voucher Personal
Gift vouchers don’t have to be an expensive outlay. If you are stuck for time grab a gift card from a local coffee shop and create a personal card saying something like ” Here’s a latte for all your hard work”