2020-2021 has been a different kind of school year for people everywhere. The educators' roles have been more important than ever. Whether tackling new methods of educating remotely, or simply connecting with students they have never met in person, teachers have dedicated their time and efforts to the cause. With the end of the school year approaching, I have been contemplating ways to show teacher appreciation. Today I am sharing a couple of these ideas on the StencilGirl® Talk blog. You can see the entire post by clicking here.
The first piece I am sharing is an artsy alphabet mixup pashmina. This lightweight accessory could be used throughout the year in a wardrobe, or as a simple throw. The varied designs in StencilGirl® ATC Mixup Alphabet stencils give this piece a lot of interest and the alphabet shapes lend themselves perfectly to a teacher gift.
Knowing that spring brings many extracurricular and outdoor activities and there may not be much time to make gifts. I am also sharing some simple steps for creating handmade gift enclosures or note cards. The ATC Mixup Alphabet stencils from StencilGirl® are perfect for creating a personalized gift enclosure.
I hope that you have a few minutes to stop by the StencilGirl® blog to check out these projects. Perhaps you will be inspired to create something special to show someone that they are important and appreciated. It's the little things that mean the most.
Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by today, it means a lot to me.
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