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We Searched Pinterest For Teacher Gift Ideas So You Don't Have To

06/18/2015 01:34 pm ET | Updated Jun 18, 2015
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As the school year comes to a close, students and parents may be looking for thank-you gifts for teachers. Rather than giving the standard apple, why not try some more creative -- and unique -- presents? We combed Pinterest to find some of the coolest gifts for teachers (from simple to more complex projects).

'Thank You Teacher' Printable

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Have your kids fill out this sweet printable from The Suburban Mom.

'You’ve Been The Highlight Of My Year'

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Make a classic gift of school supplies clever with this printable from Love The Day.

'Balm'

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Simple and clever, from I Should Be Mopping The Floor.

Starbucks Gift Card

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Add some pizzazz to a simple gift card, like Hi Sugarplum did.

Plant Arrangement

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Put together a simple succulent arrangement, like Tiny Oranges did, and add a cute printable from Living Locurto.

Basket Of Sunshine

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Give your teacher a "basket of sunshine" full of bright summer essentials, like Nothing But Country did.

'Orange' You Glad It's Summer?

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Keep an eye out for orange summer products to get the most out of this wordplay from Somewhat Simple.

Apple Gift Box

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Give a twist on the classic teacher's apple with this idea from Persia Lou.

Apple Block Teacher Gift

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Repurpose a classic toy into a desk decoration, from Twin Dragonfly Designs.

Candy Pencils

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These pencils, put together by Thrifty and Thriving, are secretly stocked with candy.

Book Page Apple

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Book collectors may be scandalized, but this is a great way to celebrate learning, from Hymns and Verses.

Pencil Bouquet

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Try out this decorative and helpful project, from My Mommy World.

Crayon Monogram

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Add some color to your teacher's classroom with a beautiful crayon monogram from A Mom With A Lesson Plan.

Pencil Vase

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Put together this vase from Catch My Party to decorate the teacher's classroom for next year.

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