Looking for a unique and memorable teacher’s gift to make for your school art or preschool teacher? How about a fun wreath to decorate the door or classroom? My daughter and I had fun putting this wreath together for an art themed party we had but the wreath turned out so nice we gave it to one of her teachers as a gift.
- A grapevine wreath
- Colorful ribbon
- Twist tie or floral wire
- Art supplies like crayons, colored pencils, paintbrushes, colorful scissors, and maybe a tiny wooden art easel
- Glue gun
Most of the decorative art supplies were gathered from our own stash so I really only needed to buy the wreath and ribbon.
1. Tie and knot the ribbon around the wreath to start off. Then keep wrapping the ribbon all the way around the wreath to make a diagonal pattern. Cut the ribbon and tie the loose end to the original knot where you started.
2. Create a big bow out of the same ribbon with several ends hanging down. Here’s a great video on how to tie a big, beautiful ribbon bow. Attach it to the wreath with the floral wire. (Or you could use the glue gun to glue it. However you might see the glue if your ribbon is sheer.)
3. Now start decorating with the art supplies. I was able to attach most of the art supplies by inserting them directly into the twisted grapevines or tucking them under the ribbon. For heavier or flatter items we used the glue gun.
Viola! A pretty wreath to give as a homemade end-of-year appreciation gift for your favorite teacher.
Need some more Teacher’s Gift Ideas? Check out:
10 Perfect Teacher’s Gift Ideas
Or, follow my Teacher’s Gift Ideas board on Pinterest.
What gift are you planning to give your child’s teacher this year?
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