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When you are in need of a functional teacher gift, these Teacher Appreciation Cups are a great option. They are easy and inexpensive and something that any teacher will appreciate!
I needed something to show my kids’ sweet teachers how much I appreciated them. I mean honestly, these amazing people are working their tails off for our kids, so I’m more than happy to make them a fun gift as just a small token of my appreciation! You can click here to get the cut file. You can find the tumblers I used on Amazon here, or another option is to check out your local dollar store!
These are great gifts on their own, but you can also add water flavor mix ins, soda drive through gift cards, or just put it with a 6 pack of your teacher’s favorite soda, lemonade, etc.
Here is what you are going to need:
16oz tumbler with straw
Using the cut file on Design Space, cut out your glitter vinyl. Weed out all the unneeded glitter vinyl. Using a scraper, spatula or credit card, adhere your lettering to your transfer tape. Make sure your cup is clean and place your lettering on your cup. Smooth it down and carefully pull off the transfer tape at a 45° angle. You’ll want to go slowly to make sure that all your lettering is sticking to your cup. Then you are done!
At church, I’m over the group of children ages 18 months to 11 years old. While it can be a little crazy, the kids are so amazing and sweet that it makes it all worth it. I also have a whole group of amazing teachers who take time out of their week to prepare a special and spiritual lesson for these kids. We do birthday gifts for each of the kids and teachers. For the teachers, I wanted it to be something they would use and not just one more thing to take up space. I also wanted it to show how much we appreciate all their hard work and efforts. So if you’d like to the cut file for the primary teacher image, go here.