DIY Dry Erase Marker Teacher Appreciation Gift

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Make this DIY Dry Erase Marker Teacher Appreciation Gift in no time with these super cute free printable tags! It’s a gift teachers will actually use and love!

A tall closeup of the completed DIY Dry Erase Marker Teacher Appreciation Gift.
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Teachers deserve SO MUCH for all they do for our kids! Great teachers are such an incredible thing to have for our kids, and when you find an awesome one, it’s important to make sure they know how much we appreciate them!

Teacher gifts don’t have to be elaborate or expensive to make an impact and to give teachers some love. I actually did some crowdsourcing and found out that teachers actually WANT supplies for their classrooms as gifts because that keeps them from having to buy them out of their own pockets.

This DIY Dry Erase Marker Teacher Appreciation Gift is super easy to put together, but is absolutely something just about every teacher can use! The free printable tag takes a simple pack of dry erase markers and turns it into a sweet gift that will make your teacher feel loved.

If you need some more gift ideas for teacher appreciation I also have a fun Highlighter Teacher Gift with a super cute printable tag, or you could always give a gift card (they love those too!) like these Dunkin Donuts Thank You Gift, or this Starbucks Thank You Gift idea!

How do you make this DIY Dry Erase Marker Teacher Appreciation Gift?

Step 1: Gather your supplies.

Overhead view of the supplies for the DIY Dry Erase Marker Teacher Appreciation Gift.
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You will need:

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    Step 2: Print out your gift tags.

    Closeup of the printable tags for the DIY Dry Erase Marker Teacher Appreciation Gift that say
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    This is what these dry erase marker gift tags will look like when you print them out. They print four-to-a-page, so keep that in mind if you need multiple.

    Use a sharp pair of scissors to cut along the outside of the stripes.

    Pro Tip: Print these gift tags on cardstock paper for the best results. You can find it in the office supply section of most stores or on Amazon here.

    Step 3: Attach the tags to your Dry Erase Marker teacher gift.

    Closeup of the printable tag attached to the expo dry erase markers package..
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    Once you have your package of dry erase markers and your tags printed and cut out, you’re ready to put them together to make them gift-worthy!

    The tag reads, “The mark of a great teacher can never be erased!”

    It’s cute, but also reminds teachers just how much impact they have on student’s lives and how much we appreciate them!

    To attach them to your dry erase markers, I just used a hole punch to punch a hole in the corner of the printable tag, and in the packaging on the dry erase markers as well.

    Use curling ribbon to tie the tag to the marker package.

    Closeup of the completed DIY Dry Erase Marker Teacher Appreciation Gift.
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    It comes together SO fast, but look how cute it turns out!

    If you want to put these in a small gift bag instead, you could easily attach the tag to the gift bag instead as well.

    Have kids sign their names and/or write a little message on the back of the tag if you want to add a personal touch!

    Want more DIY appreciation gift ideas?

    This cute DIY Dry Erase Marker Teacher Appreciation Gift is a quick and easy way to tell teachers thank you for all they do with a gift they’ll actually use!

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