This is Teacher Appreciation week at my son’s school, and today is flower day.
It could be a single flower from your own garden, a bunch of wildflowers, a flower(s) from your local grocery store, or flowers delivered from a florist. Just show your appreciation for your teacher with flowers.
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Here’s one of the things my son and I decided to do for his teacher for teacher appreciation week…
What you’ll need:
- Watering Can
- Gardening Gloves
- Vinyl Monogram Letter
- Potting soil and gravel for the bottom of the can I already had.
This is one of those DIY’s that’s pretty self-explanatory. Just add rocks (gravel, etc.) for drainage (although holes can be drilled in the bottom of the watering can) and some potting soil. Add your plant/flower and more potting soil and water.
Add a monogram letter on the front (I put one on both sides) with the letter of your child’s teacher’s last name.
And add a pair of gardening gloves to give it a finished look. Plus, who couldn’t use an extra pair of gardening gloves?
What teacher appreciation gift have you made for your child’s teacher this year?
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