The Perfect Teacher Christmas Gift

The Perfect Teacher Christmas Gift

The Perfect Teacher Christmas Gift! If you struggle to find inexpensive but still valuable gifts for everyone on your list, check out this affordable and easy gift idea!

If you missed my Facebook live video you can watch it here.

UPDATE – the price is BACK on these scarves, and if you order before TONIGHT, 12/17/17 they should arrive in time for Christmas (just not sure they'll get here much sooner, so if you're hoping for teacher gifts earlier than Christmas they may not make it in time.) I really do love mine and think you'll love them too ~ use the code PASSIONSCARF at checkout to get yours!

 I'm just a wee bit excited about this little gift idea!

 

If you struggle to find inexpensive but still valuable gifts for everyone on your list, this is just for you.

Epic Teacher Christmas Gift! Struggling to find inexpensive but still valuable gifts for everyone on your list? Check out this affordable and easy gift idea now!

Right now at Cents of Style you can snag two blanket scarves for just $20 when you use the code PASSIONSCARF at checkout (including free shipping.) 

 

I even impressed myself with this perfect frugal Christmas gift for teachers and coworkers!

 

There are dozens of styles and colors to choose from ~ my favorite tip is to choose one in a color that matches the home of the person you're giving them to so they can use them either out and about as a scarf, or in their home as a throw over a cozy chair or even a table runner. (That's my favorite way to use them myself!)

Brilliant Teacher Christmas Gift! Struggling to find inexpensive but still valuable gifts for everyone on your list? Check out this affordable and easy gift idea now!

 

Here's what I did to “gift” the scarves (remember, you can easily add a gift card too!) 

  • Rolled scarves
  • Added twine, ribbon, or jute to wrap around the scarves and hold in place (I re-used ribbon that I've received on gifts myself)
  • Layered on inexpensive gift tags or ornaments (I purchased those for 90% off last year at Target ~ all of them cost no more than 25¢ and they really do fluff up the gift!)
  • Found greenery from our back yard to attach to the ribbon (arborvitae, holly, eucalyptus and nandina are a few of my favorite types of fresh greenery to use, but anything that's evergreen in your yard will work great and won't cost a penny)
  • Added cinnamon ornaments that Reagan made (these are SO easy to make and your kids will love gifting their teacher with something they created themselves! Learn how to make them HERE)

Genius Teacher Christmas Gift! Struggling to find inexpensive but still valuable gifts for everyone on your list? Check out this affordable and easy gift idea now!

 You can also attach a gift card if you'd like (Starbucks or Amazon are great for teachers!)

Impressive and Frugal Teacher Christmas Gift! Struggling to find inexpensive but still valuable gifts for everyone on your list? Check out this affordable and easy gift idea now!

 And one (or two . . . or eight . . . ) more gifts are done off your list.

I love that!

Epic Teacher Christmas Gift and Video Tutorial! Struggling to find inexpensive but still valuable gifts for everyone on your list? Watch how I made these!

 DIY Teacher Christmas Gift and Video Tutorial! Struggling to find inexpensive but still valuable gifts for everyone on your list? Watch how I made these blanket scarves look adorable!

BONUS TIP: Keep all your wrapping supplies in a tool bucket like this ~ I add a tension rod to keep my twine or ribbon running smoothly.

 

If you'd love to snag a deal on these scarves while they last, check this out: 

Place 2 Blanket Scarves in your cart

  • Use the code PASSIONSCARF at checkout
  • Pay $20, shipped or $10 each ~ such a great gift idea and wonderful gift for yourself too!

And see over HERE how to make that super cute JOY sign too. 🙂 

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Comments

  1. Am I the only one that thinks 10 dollars is a bit steep?! But I have 3 kids =6 teachers to buy for :/ and we already struggle financially a great deal…

  2. Tish Nighswonger says:

    I am so bummed….I tried to purchase 8 of these scarves and the 2 for $20 was not applied at check out:((. I attempted multiple times. Such a great gift idea.

  3. Nancy Lane says:

    I was thinking the same thing. $10 to me is quite high. We are struggling financially also. Our expenses has gone through the roof this year. We needed a car, roof for the house, and now my teeth are going bad.

  4. I could only get solids for $10 even with code passionscarfs

  5. As a teacher and a parent of 5 children, we can afford much. Several Christmases ago I started buying peanut brittle made by our church for $3 a bag, broke the patties in triangles, put in Christmas treat bags(25/$1@Dollar Tree), and attached a gift tag with a short appreciative note. The gifts cost approximately $1 each and were loved and appreciated by all.

  6. As a teacher, I can assure you that we do appreciate your gifts but please do not go spending lots of money and getting stressed about what to give. A thank you is always welcome. Enjoy your Christmases

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