November 26 ~ Gifts for Teachers

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Show your favorite teacher how much you appreciate the hard work they do every day!…

Make It

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Leah designed this Coin Purse at Sew Spoiled specifically because she loves to “show my gratitude for all of the hard work that goes into teaching…” Find more Sew Spoiled ePattterns in the Sew Spoiled Etsy Shop.
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Make a pretty Memo + Bulletin Board with Cheryl’s tutorial at That’s What {Che} Said…
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Joanne’s “wide open” Zipper Pencil Case at Craft Passion features piping and a lining.
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Amy’s Collapsible Storage Bins at Nap Time Crafters would be great organizational help. (Perfect for classroom books and more!)
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Make Rosina’s Blue Ribbon Rosette at Rosy-Posy for your #1 Teacher.

Bag a Day

There are so many beautiful bags to love out there… We’re sharing one bag tutorial every day this month for you to sew and give.

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This Framed Coin Purse from Mandy of Sugar Bee Crafts for The Ribbon Retreat makes the whole process look super-easy and fun. Aren’t the coin purses lovely?!

Related tutorials you might just love: Passion for Teaching + Learning, Passion for Accessories, Gifts for Teachers

Here are just a few fabrics perfect for some of today’s projects. Click on the fabric images to visit the Sew,Mama,Sew! shop:

Beth’s choice Kristin’s choice Gabrien’s choice

Mix It

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Tamar shares several recipes that work with a “clean eating” approach to Christmas baking. Find her recipes for Almond Clusters, Banana Hazelnut Bread and more at A Collection of Thoughts.

Print It

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Do you enjoy the tradition of Christmas Crackers?! Make your own with the template at Mini-eco; you can fill them with treats or make mini-versions for tree decorations.

Win It

Comment on today’s post for a chance to win one of these prizes!
Tip: If you’re hoping to win a prize that notes “US Winners Only,” include your state in your name (i.e. Beth in WA) so we can confirm residence and avoid any disappointment on your end. Shipping range is determined by the generous companies and artisans that donate Handmade Holidays prizes.

Happy Stitch: 30 Felt and Fabric Projects for Everyday (US, Canada + Europe Winners OK)

Author: Jodie Rackley
Publisher: North Light Books

You can’t help but feel happy while whipping up these charming felt and fabric projects! With a few simple stitches and some basic materials, you’ll be crafting in no time at all. From plush animals to electronics cozies to curtains and pillows, you’ll love filling your home with bright and colorful crafty creations!

So gather your felt, fabric and floss, and stitch up a little happiness!

Check out the Happy Stitch digital preview!

Share some love with the new baby in your life with a collection of three bibs and two hand-embroidered onesies created by Grace from Fun Little Things. Elephants, light turquoise with white polka dots and yellow spotted bibs, and any size fresh strawberries and sweet pea onesies are perfect for either the sweet little girl or boy you love.

This giveaway prize includes: Turquoise Polka Dot Bib with Side Snap, Bright Yellow Polka Dot Bib with Side Snap, Ed Emberley “How to Draw” Elephant Bib, Sweet Pea Hand Embroidered Onesie and a Strawberry Hand Embroidered Onesie. (Prize value: $60)

Bead Embroidery Stitch Sample (US, Canada + Europe Winners OK)

Author: CRK Design/Yasuko Endo
Publisher: Interweave Press

Now you can combine your love of handstitching and beautiful beads to make delightfully original trims and embellishments. Bead Embroidery Stitch Samples will show you how to add beads to all your favorite embroidery stitches, creating delicate details that are perfect for gifts or personal treasures.

Inside, you’ll find dozens of stitch patterns that incorporate beads, ranging from elegantly simple single motifs to complex all-over patterns to three-dimensional designs. Along with step-by-step instructions, you’ll see numerous examples of how the authors have added these beaded motifs to hems, pockets, cuffs, collars, and handbags, or used them as home décor trim on pillows, curtains, and lampshades. The patterns inside emphasize beaded edgings and trims, as opposed to heavy, solid beaded fabric motifs found in other beaded embroidery books. You’ll be inspired and charmed as you discover endless ways to make lovely patterns with beads and stitchery.

With just embroidery threads and simple beads, you will set your work apart with dazzling details and exquisite beauty.

Learn more with a digital preview for Bead Embroidery Stitch Sample!

The Colette Sewing Handbook: Inspired Styles and Classic Techniques for the New Seamstress (US, Canada + Europe Winners OK)

Author: Sarai Mitnick
Publisher: Krause Publications

Five simple fundamentals can help you perfect any sewing project: a thoughtful plan, a precise pattern, a fantastic fit, a beautiful fabric, and a fine finish. With these five core ideas, The Colette Sewing Handbook shows you how to start sewing the wardrobe of your dreams.

Includes five beautiful patterns for modern classic pieces, including a scalloped-hem skirt, flutter-sleeve blouse, sweetheart neck sheath dress, asymmetrical flounce dress, and a lined dress with gathered sleeves. Each project will help you put the fundamentals into practice as you sew.

Check out a digital preview for The Colette Sewing Handbook!

Don’t miss our Handmade Holidays photo pool, and check out our 2011 Handmade Holidays list for more fabulous ideas.

25 ~ Gifts for Dads + Grandpas
24 ~ Gifts for Book Lovers
23 ~ Deck the Halls
22 ~ Gifts for Friends + Neighbors
21 ~ Gifts for Outdoor Adventurers
20 ~ Gifts for Playful Friends
19 ~ Gifts for College Kids
18 ~ Gifts for Tech Lovers
17 ~ Gifts for Imaginative Friends
16 ~ Deck the Halls
15 ~ Gifts for Girlfriends
14 ~ Gifts for Babies
13 ~ Gifts for Hostesses
12 ~ Gifts for Crafters
11 ~ Gifts for Big Kids
10 ~ Gifts for Whimsical Friends
9 ~ Deck the Halls
8 ~ Gifts for Cooks
7 ~ Gifts for Pet Lovers
6 ~ Gifts for Moms + Grandmas
5 ~ Gifts for Tweens + Teens
4 ~ Gifts for Organizers
3 ~ Gifts for Travelers
2 ~ Deck the Halls
1 ~ Gifts for Little Kids

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218 Responses to November 26 ~ Gifts for Teachers

  1. AKing says:

    I’m a teacher and I’d love to receive any of these gifts! (USA)

  2. Sonja says:

    Great set of tutorials. Thanks!

  3. Martha says:

    The framed coin purse is too sweet.

  4. Marjorie says:

    I love all of the projects! I need to find time to make everything!

  5. carriem says:

    I love the storage bins!

  6. Joanna in NY says:

    Love the coin purse.

  7. wendy says:

    More great links, I really want to make the key chain purses

  8. Renee in MD says:

    Collapsible bins are wonderful things. If only my children would actually put their things back IN the bins, everyone would be happy.

    I lurve the little coin purse.

  9. Joanna says:

    Those collapsible storage bins look neat! So handy!

  10. Mhairi says:

    I especially love the bulletin board. Lots of great ideas once again. Thanks for the excellent lists you have created so far.

  11. paintermom in MA says:

    I love all three fabrics you chose today! Must use stash….

  12. BreannaS in MO says:

    the storage bins are cute, teachers are always looking for more storage options.

  13. Georgia says:

    Can I just make those collapsible bins for myself? 🙂

  14. Laura (washington) says:

    I love the collapsible bins!

  15. Lisavh says:

    My son’s teachers are getting some super cute coin purses this year. Maybe I’ll monogram them and add a Starbucks gift card to make them extra special.

  16. julis says:

    love love love the coin purse…I’m going to do this!

  17. Erika says:

    I love that blue ribbon idea. So cute!

  18. Margaret says:

    That coin purse is just perfect.

  19. Amy says:

    Love the two purses. Lot’s of fun things to try.

  20. Andrea says:

    Who doesn’t need more bins?

  21. Trina says:

    I love the collapsible storage bins!

  22. Jamie says:

    Great gifts! I was a teacher and I would have been thrilled to get a blue ribbon!

  23. Jen B says:

    I think I’m going to have to make some of these for me! I’m in NC.

  24. Bianca says:

    Gahh! This is a great bunch of prizes. I love it!

  25. Emilia in ca says:

    Teachers always appreciate the love!

  26. MarciaW. FL says:

    I wish I had received some collapsible storage boxes when I was a teacher.

  27. Tamie says:

    Another great group of gifts.

  28. beth says:

    First year of having teachers to give to – thanks for the great ideas!

  29. Jen V in OR says:

    Thanks for more brilliant ideas! I look forward to seeing what gets posted each day.

  30. Samantha says:

    Another slew of great patterns!!

  31. Jim M in NC says:

    The memo board is a great idea and looks really doable.

  32. Jenniffier says:

    I really like the Zipper Pencil Case I am thinking about making one of those I just haven’t picked a pattern. Now this one is in the running too.

    The Colette Sewing Handbook is currently on my christmas wish list 🙂

  33. nrnoodle says:

    All these great tutorials get a blue ribbon in my book .

  34. Meagan says:

    The memo and bulletin board are so pretty. Would be nice in a kitchen to keep track of everything going on!

  35. These are such a great ideas. Thanks for sharing!

  36. jen says:

    cute coin purse!

  37. Gina says:

    coin purses! so sweet!

  38. jessicac says:

    The framed coin purse is adorable!

  39. Amy P says:

    I love the collapsible boxes and can think of a thousand and one uses for them!

  40. Deidre says:

    The zippered pencil case is such an all purpuse gift! Great for so many folks on my list! Thanks

  41. Lauren says:

    I know some little girls that would love the coin purse!

  42. Stacy says:

    Love the coin purse! Thanks for sharing!

  43. Thank you for the great coin purse idea.

  44. sara says:

    Love these ideas! Can’t wait to try a few.

  45. LindaC says:

    thank you for some great ideas so that I can make a start on some teacher presents

  46. Aurélie says:

    Oh, these are so cute! Love all those ideas!

  47. Sarah McGrath says:

    I like the collapsible bins. I could use them to store my baby’s toys!

  48. Prachi in WA says:

    The storage bins and the zipper pencil case are wonderful !

  49. Christina says:

    Brilliant ideas, there is no chance that I will be lost for ideas with you lot around. Thank you so much! My favourites are the collapsable storage bins (for my children!) and the coin purses, very sweet!

  50. Kerry in FL says:

    Perfect for my sister-in-law the teacher.

  51. Amber R. says:

    I love the wristlet coin purse. The fabric pattern is perfect with that pattern!

  52. Judy in Oregon says:

    Cute gifts for a teacher I love the memo board.

  53. deborah b. in AZ says:

    i LOVE that pencil case with the lining & piping – will definitely be making. & collapsible storage bins – we NEED those! with two kiddos, the house is always a wreck.

    i have been desperate for that colette book for ages! i recently got a couple of their patterns and the fabric to sew with, to make myself something nice. i’d adore having that book to provide even more insight into garment construction and technique. thank you!

  54. Mandi says:

    collapsable storage bins + not enough classroom storage space = yes!

  55. Robynn says:

    Love that coin purse.

  56. Lisamarie in CT says:

    Bead embroidery is so beautiful! I would love to have a copy of that book.

  57. KeriCan says:

    Love sewing for the teachers – maybe we’ll try the pencil case this year!

  58. Diana says:

    The tutorials always look excellent!

  59. Connie Jagolinzer says:

    What a cute coin purse!

  60. Morgan says:

    I really don’t think anyone can have enough storage boxes, love ’em.

  61. christina in VT says:

    psst — I love felt…

  62. Megan in IA says:

    I have teachers on my shopping list for sure! Love the ideas!

  63. Karen says:

    So awesome, those coin them!

  64. kathyh says:

    The collapsible storage bins look very useful.

  65. Kristin in CA says:

    Replace the fabric on the memo board with lace and you have a place to hang earrings — been meaning to do that for awhile!

  66. Annie says:

    Love that coin purse!

  67. Julianne Ross says:

    As always… I appreciate the tutorials!

  68. Almost clusters and the coined purse, love ’em. Thanks for the ideas.

  69. Melissa says:

    That felt and fabric book looks awesome! I am out here in NM and we do love our crafts, I think the book would be a great gift for a niece or daughter.

  70. nopinkhere from TX says:

    Those books make me want to pick up embroidery again!

  71. Sarah B says:

    I need to make those collapsible storage bins.

  72. Sarah says:

    The little coin purse is adorabel!

  73. consuelo says:

    Great post! Thanks again for all the inspiration.

  74. Jasmin in Australia says:

    The coin purse is so cute, i love it.

  75. Lori in MD says:

    I can’t believe how easy those almond clusters look. Can’t wait to try them 🙂

  76. delia jones says:

    Cool! Christmas crackers! Will certainly make those for our Christmas celebration.

  77. Lori Kay in Mass. says:

    The zipper pouch looks fantastic. I like the way you sew the zipper to a gusset. I need to give it a try! Thanks for the great giveaways!

  78. usairdoll in CA says:

    Love the coin purses and the memo board. All great gifts!

    Thank you and all the Sponsors for the awesome giveaways and the chances to win.


  79. Ramona says:

    I love those collapsible bins. So useful for everyone.

  80. kristen gilmore powell says:

    Love that coin purse!!

  81. Melanie says:

    Great ideas — my little sister is a teacher and she deserves a 1st place ribbon 😉

    I’d love to get a look at that Colette book especially! So tempting…

  82. Happy Stitches would make me smile:)

  83. Kristine says:

    The coin purse is so cute! I want to make one!

  84. jackie in IN says:

    wonderful holiday gifts thank-you so much for the great ideas!!!!

  85. Christine B says:

    I’ve wanted to make the framed coin purse for ages. This might push me over the edge to make one.

  86. Peggy says:

    The Christmas crackers are fab! Also the ribbon for #1 teacher.

  87. Andrea says:

    As a teacher, I would love to receive any of these beautiful gifts!

  88. Beth T says:

    The collapsible storage bins would come in handy around our house.

  89. Amy says:

    Cool ribbon rosette. And the Happy Stitch book looks really fun.

  90. Megan in OK says:

    I’m going to be so sad when the Handmade Holidays ends! So many wonderful ideas!

  91. Mel says:

    The collapsable storage bins are an awesome idea.

  92. Robyn in Canada! says:

    Almond clusters and banana hazelnut bread sound perfect for teachers. But wait! No nuts in school…. guess I’ll have to eat them myself! 😉

  93. Happy Stitch looks like a ton of fun!

  94. Molly Martin says:

    Coin purse so cute! And the blue ribbon can be used for so many things! Wonderful selection!

  95. Super cute ideas! I love giving teachers handmade gifts.

  96. Natalie says:

    I love both of those coin purses. Thanks for sharing:)

  97. Sarah Norman says:

    Oh collapsible storage bins! Off to read about them!

  98. Gretchen says:

    Love the coin purse

  99. Megan Panda says:

    I never knew you could make collapsible fabric bins! I’m very excited to try that out 🙂

  100. Lise says:

    Yum – the almond clusters!

  101. susan hwang says:

    love the coin purse!

  102. Suzanne says:

    Polished bags and purses today!

  103. Elizabeth says:

    The storage bins are such a great idea and the coin purse is really cute.

  104. Serena in CA says:

    Super cute coin purses! And I love the pencil case.

  105. Cari says:


  106. susan mzf says:

    that coin purse is so pretty – just right for a ton of folks on my making list!

  107. Amanda says:

    I NEED those collapsable bins!

  108. Irenoski88 says:

    I’m a Primary teacher and I have to admit that I would love to get a handmade gift rather than anything else! Thank you for sharing the tutorials and the chance to win!

  109. Meg says:

    I Love the little coin purse!

  110. Debbie says:

    Want to make the coin purse for friends and definitely make the almond clusters for me (and maybe some friends too).

  111. Kalli in UT says:

    That pencil case is so cute!

  112. Amber says:

    How do you guys keep coming up with so many great ideas day after day?

  113. Kristin H in MT says:

    The bulletin board is really cute and the Christmas crackers look like a really fun project!

  114. Sandy says:

    I know a lot of people besides teachers who would appreciate these gifts!

  115. Eryn says:

    As a teacher: MAKE THE BASKETS! They would be so helpful and so cute!

  116. Mina says:

    I have been wanting to try a snap frame purse, super cute!

  117. Ann in MI says:

    Would love the Colette book! And I do want to try the coin purse.

  118. Kristy says:

    Great tutorials!

  119. Donna Baker says:

    love the frame purse!

  120. Deb H. in PA says:

    Really like the coin purse. Don’t have any teachers to make for but may make one for myself.

  121. Anya says:

    So great to have some useful present ideas for teachers. Thanks!

  122. Misty says:

    Would love to try making some storage bins…

  123. Carrie says:

    the coin purse is so cute!

  124. Stacy in WI says:

    The coin purse is perfect!

  125. Cindi in GA says:

    Love, Love, Love the bins! And the memo board. I want one of those for myself.

  126. GM says:

    The Happy Stitch book looks cute.

  127. Carmen in WI says:

    I really need to make up a bunch of those storage bins!

  128. Carrie P. says:

    I really want to make some of those little purses. thanks for the ideas.
    Carrie in North Carolina.

  129. Chris says:

    I love the ideas and I have been wanting that Happy Stitch book! thanks!

  130. Kat H says:

    I’ll definitely try making those storage bins! (Also, the competition for the embroidered onesies is adorable. 🙂

  131. Barbara says:

    The little coin purse is really cute; I might need one, too.

  132. Always such great ideas. Especially love the printable Christmas crackers. They would be fun to put together this year. Thanks for sharing.

  133. Angi in Oklahoma says:

    That coin purse is very cute!

  134. Lee says:

    wonderful ideas! thank you!

  135. kate C. in IA says:

    Very nice!

  136. Melanie in AZ says:

    The collapsible bins are a great idea. Thanks!

  137. Eleanor says:

    As a teacher, I much appreciate this post.

  138. Kylie C says:

    Love the Christmas crackers!

  139. Emily says:

    Love the coin purse!

  140. KeriAnn in PA says:

    As a teacher, I would absolutely love the Memo and Bulletin Board and the Collapsible Storage Bins! such great ideas!

  141. Cinnamon says:

    The coin purse is so cute. I must give that a try. Great giveaways today. I would love the Collette Handbook or Happy Stitch.

  142. Catherine says:

    I’d love to make the collapsible bins as teacher gifts. Perfect!

  143. Kristie says:

    I love the pouch idea for teachers, especially with a gift card inside. Thanks! Kristie from Seattle, WA

  144. Mom of Evil Geniuses of CO says:

    Love all the great tutorials!

  145. Heidi Anderson says:

    Love the storage bins and memo board. Thanks!!

  146. Bruinbr says:

    Love the coin purse and collapsible bins! Great ideas!

  147. lisa says:

    great ideas! keep them coming!!

  148. ste says:

    I love the bulletin board!

  149. Fun gifts! I don’t any teachers to gift this year, but these are some good ideas for anyone who like to organize.

  150. Katie says:

    I will be making the collapsible storage bins for my classroom, and probably some for home too! Thanks!

  151. Those almond clusters look yummy!

  152. Patty D says:

    Like the coin purse! thanks for this series of stuff.

  153. Hashi says:

    I have several tweens on my list who could use one of those pencil cases, I think.

  154. Fenna says:

    the colette book and the beading book look pretty nice!!! Would love to learn how to handsew beads onto garments 🙂

  155. Larissa says:

    i loooove embroidery!!

  156. Dkb says:

    Ahh, I was planning making framed coin purses for teachers this year. Lets hope they turn out, I have never made them before

  157. Brie says:

    Happy Stitch looks like such an awesome book!

  158. Fawn says:

    I love the memo + bulletin board; it’s gorgeous!

  159. brenda says:

    The Happy Stitch book looks like so much fun, I would love to win that.

  160. Franziska Lorenz says:

    Thanks for all the good ideas!

  161. Ellen M. from OH says:

    Thanks for thinking of the teachers! The collapsible bins would also make a great & useful gift for a college student in my life. Thanks for the inspiration!

  162. beth says:

    Love that little coin purse!

  163. Heather says:

    I love Christmas crackers. Thanks for the tutorial link.

  164. Crystal in Canada says:

    More great ideas, Thank you!

  165. Karen In NC says:

    Great tutorials today. Thanks for the links.

  166. Tera says:

    love the coin purse!!! : )

  167. Laura in MD says:

    I love those storage bins!

  168. Pat Upton says:

    Collapsible storage bins are always good to have…and make!

  169. Trish says:

    Looks like a great collapsible bin project! Once again, something I want to make for myself.

  170. Chrissy in MA says:

    I love the collapsible bins! I think perhaps I will make them for my own classroom and not risk it. 🙂

  171. SonjaVic says:

    Love the coin purses. Can’t decide on which one I want, will have to make them both. Great ideas today, thanks!

  172. Amy in TX says:

    Cute ideas! I especially like the storage bins – I could use a ton of those in my house!

  173. Mary says:

    All of the gift ideas are great. I might have to try a few.

  174. Courtney says:

    What a cute coin purse! Love it!

  175. I really need some of those storage bins. (heads off to search for appropriate fabric…) Thank you.

  176. Marita H says:

    I could always use another coin purse – I bet teachers would love those too!

  177. Brigette says:

    the memo board is such a great idea!

  178. Oooh I need to make some crackers! We used to always get those for New Year’s Eve, but they are so expensive and don’t generally have that great of “prizes” inside. But I can make them myself and put in stuff my family will really love!

  179. Natalie says:

    Those storage bind look so handy!

  180. Tammy says:

    Great lineup. Love the first project!

  181. Sara says:

    love the dainty coin purse idea.

  182. Mary Beth in MO says:

    I love the collapsible bins.

  183. Mandi says:

    Love the coin purse and the bulletin board.

  184. Kay says:

    As an ex teacher I would have loved to recieve some of these gifts. I used to be overwhelmed with chocolates every year.

  185. Stacy says:

    Very cute coin purse.

  186. Rachel B says:

    great teacher finds. love the little wristlet.

  187. Bailey says:

    The paper cracker things are cool!

  188. nicky from nv says:

    love the coin purse. great idea!

  189. Janice Svercek says:

    Love the wide open zipper case. So adaptable to other uses. Janice in PA

  190. Carmen says:

    These are fabulous ideas! Thanks for sharing them:)

  191. Mary P in Chicago says:

    Mmm. I really want to make those almond clusters!

  192. Foster says:

    Thank you for posting these pretty gifts for teachers. I’m a teacher and I really do not like getting gifts with the traditional a b cs, apples, and pencils.

  193. Wendy says:

    I would have loved the collapsible storage bins when I was a teacher!

  194. Stephanie says:

    I LOVE those Christmas crackers. Thanks.

  195. Erin says:

    as a teacher any of those would be fun to get

  196. SS Sews says:

    cute zipper coin purse, and the almonds look tasty

  197. Catherine says:

    Love, love, love Beth’s fabric choice today.

    As a former teacher, I have to add that any recognition was greatly appreciated!

  198. Tracy H says:

    All would make wonderful gifts for teachers or anyone!

  199. Laurie K-G in Iowa says:

    My daughter is a teacher, so thanks for all the great ideas. I actually like the first coin purse idea for popping into garage sales. I hate carrying a huge purse with me.

  200. Lola says:

    The zipper purse and coin purse are super fun gifts to make!

    The Colette book looks very interesting and cute!

  201. Allison C says:

    I’m in love with framed coin purses so I’m off to check out that tutorial!

  202. Stephanie says:

    That coin purse is beautiful…any teacher would love to have it!

  203. Johanna says:

    Love those! Thank you 🙂

  204. Heather L says:

    Thanks for the ideas! We just started school this year so I’m in need of teacher ideas!

  205. Alissa says:

    So many yummy ideas!

  206. Heather says:

    I love the little coin purse. It has been on my to-do list for a while. Unfortunately, I don’t think it will work for my daughter’s male teacher this year… I’m thinking we’ll be going with a gift card this year.

  207. Kristin says:

    Great gift ideas!

  208. Gigi in NJ says:

    I love this post, my kids’ teachers will all be getting handmade presents this year. I have some fold up shopping totes and pouches. And I think I’ll make some coin purses too, to throw into the mix. Love them!

  209. Theresa (in Germany) says:

    The Collapsible Storage Bins are so great!! thanks!

  210. Liz says:

    fantastic ideas!

  211. Debbie says:

    Cute ideas

  212. Julia says:

    This one’s my favorite 🙂 (I’m a teacher)

  213. I love the blue ribbon rosette … I’ll have to keep that one in mind for the future!

  214. Sheila says:

    You always have the cutest stuff!! Look forward every day to seeing your new posts!!

  215. Michelle says:

    Whoops, I just noticed you wanted our state in with our comments. Wow…I realized that too late! I am from Ohio, though! Michelle from Ohio!!! 🙂 So many cute things”

  216. Steph says:

    I need to make some of the collapsible storage bins for my son’s bedroom–maybe that would contain some of the mess!

  217. Erika says:

    I really want the Colettte book

  218. Mirza in Louisiana says:

    Those almond clusters look yummy!!!!

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