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This holiday, your child can thank his teacher with a special homemade Christmas gift.
Transform your child's artwork into gift postcards
This funky accessory features bottle-cap charms that pop on and off a magnetic base -- a great gift that kids can make.
A set of scowling knock-'em-down cuties is just the thing for any little bowlers you might know — and a great gift that kids can make.
Why not give someone their very own heavenly angel? This ethreal card also doubles as a great ornament or door decoration
This fun homemade gift bag can be filled with plain paper as a decoration or with candy or cookies to give as a present!
No baking is necessary, but this yummy card looks good enough to eat nonetheless!
Cookies and milk is Santa's favorite dessert combination. This felt cookies and milk ornament project is super easy for any age child and makes for a cute tree decoration.
New books top many teachers' wish lists, whether for their own reading pleasure or to refresh the classroom library. Here's a fun way to present a bookstore gift card, complete with a bookmark to enjoy long after the money is spent.
So many teachers spend their own money to buy classroom supplies, and those costs really add up. This thoughtful gift offers a little financial aid -- and new pens and pencils too.
Film lovers will appreciate this easy-to-assemble gift; another great craft from Spoonful.com.
Here's a Phineas and Ferb invention to help kids keep tabs on their shades -- a no-sew, cinch-style pouch embellished with the likeness of one of the boys.
Couch your sweet holiday drink in a cute Minnie Mouse cup cozy.