DIY Teacher Gifts: Homemade Thank-Yous They’ll Use and LoveAlphabet VaseWhere It’s From: OneCharmingParty.com Why We Love It: Talk about an easy gift! Your kid will love that he made it almost by himself, and you’ll love that there’s almost no mess! How To Do It: Put a small glass cup or jar inside of a larger mason jar. Fill the space between the two jars with plastic refrigerator magnet letters and numbers. Fill the smaller, inner jar with water to put your beautiful bouquet in. Get your child to pick some wildflowers for that extra, special touch.See more DIY Teacher Gifts here

DIY Teacher Gifts: Homemade Thank-Yous They’ll Use and Love
Alphabet Vase
Where It’s From: OneCharmingParty.com
Why We Love It: Talk about an easy gift! Your kid will love that he made it almost by himself, and you’ll love that there’s almost no mess!
How To Do It: Put a small glass cup or jar inside of a larger mason jar. Fill the space between the two jars with plastic refrigerator magnet letters and numbers. Fill the smaller, inner jar with water to put your beautiful bouquet in. Get your child to pick some wildflowers for that extra, special touch.
See more DIY Teacher Gifts here

Cute DIY Idea! Use Old Play-Doh Lids to Make Colorful Bird FeedersWhat to do with non-recyclable lids after your kid’s Play-Doh turns hard and brown? Schmear ‘em with peanut butter, sprinkle on seeds and — voila! — instant bird feeders.You could also use lids from other containers if you don’t have kids ;)
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Cute DIY Idea! Use Old Play-Doh Lids to Make Colorful Bird Feeders
What to do with non-recyclable lids after your kid’s Play-Doh turns hard and brown? Schmear ‘em with peanut butter, sprinkle on seeds and — voila! — instant bird feeders.You could also use lids from other containers if you don’t have kids ;)

Click here to get more great ideas on re-using and upcycling things you’d normally toss.