When you first walk in the classroom, you want to be prepared with teacher gifts. Don’t come empty handed! Why not have the kids make something cheap that the teacher can appreciate?
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First, I want to share with you a couple of ways to save money on diapers! There are many savings on Luvs Diapers going on this month, and I don’t want you to miss out on them.
Luvs are softer and more absorbent than ever before, with large stretch tabs for easy fastening, & ultra-leakage protection. When my babies were in diapers we used Luvs. The price was great, and the quality was excellent! Did you know that Luvs has a money back guarantee? They sure do.
Want to save money on real food? I just saved $1.50 by buying milk, cereal, carrots, and celery (any brand.) Have you ever used Ibotta?
How to Save Big on Diapers
There’s no way around it, parenting is expensive! Luvs is offering great money-saving opportunities for parents with little ones.
Here’s how to save $7 on Luvs Diapers:
- SAVE $2: Keep an eye out for this Sunday’s newspaper (Aug. 14, 2016) for an insert from P&G with a Luvs coupon offering $2 of any one diaper pack. Use this coupon at any mass, discount or grocery store where Luvs Diapers are sold.
- 2. SAVE $5: Download the free Ibotta app, available on iOS and Android, and search “Luvs” to unlock an exclusive $5 rebate:
Links to download:
How to use the ibotta app:
- Go shopping for your Luvs diapers at any participating store.
- Verify your purchases by scanning product barcodes and submitting a photo of your receipt.
- Save money and earn cash back! Your $5 cash back rebate will be deposited into your Ibotta account within 48 hours.
This $5 rebate on ibotta is for a limited time only. You will see the expiration when you unlock the rebate. The Sunday paper coupon expires 8-27-16, and is good for any Luvs Diapers, except for trial/travel sized packs. Check out more information on the Luvs guarantee on their website.
Where to find crafting items for the teacher gift…
I found some great little items in the dollar section at Target to make our DIY teacher gifts. An easel ($3), yellow twine ($1), and felt stickers ($1). I have leftover stickers and a lot of twine after this craft that I will be able to use elsewhere. Overall, I spent $4. Not bad for a cute little craft, I am sure the teacher will love.
I homeschool my boys, but from time to time, we take classes. We plan to give our gift to one of the teachers. One teacher in particular is really special to us, and I know she will love this gift!
10 DIY Teacher Gifts – Back to School Crafts
1.This is my very own idea. I only spent about $4 on this cute idea. It is something that the teacher can use throughout the entire year, if they get creative with it!
Here are the items, I picked up at Target. I used some stickers I had laying around for scrapbooking. Let’s face it, I haven’t scrapbooked in years. I’m not going to put them in a scrapbook anytime soon.
Cut a small piece of twine, big enough to go around the easel, and tie a cute little bow. I had a lot of leftover twine to use for many more projects. Not a bad buy for a dollar!
Add the stickers! You can write a sweet note, or let the kids write a note to their teacher.
That’s it pretty simple, right?
2. Check out this awesome homesteady craft from A Night Owl Blog. There is a variety of quotes to pick from. I love these!
3. Check out this 10-Minute Apple Pie Soap from Happiness is Homemade. Isn’t this a super cute idea? I just love it. You could make enough to use at home, and to give as gifts for birthdays, and Christmas.
4. This apple basket idea from Sisters Suitcase Blog, is really cute. This is a good idea if you have a basket laying around that you could use.
5. Check out Over the Moon’s, First Day of school gift. Who doesn’t love chocolate, and caffeine?
6. I just love this mason jar gift idea by, Lil’ Luna!
7. Why not sew a cute bag from Skip to my Lou, for the teacher gift. If your kids are old enough they can help you trace, cut, and sew this bag!
8. The homemade keychains from A Girl and a Glue Gun, are really cute, plus it would give you a chance to use up some of those scraps!
9. This “Uh-Mason Teacher Gift” from, Lil Luna, is really cute. Mason jars can be reused and repurposed
10. This is a very cute and easy gift idea from, Skip to my Lou.
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