Kids will love giving these Free “Thank You” Teacher Printables to their favorite teachers to show them how much they appreciate them.
You can also make the Polymer Clay Heart to go along with the card or skip that part.
Print out the cute printable on cardstock and make a polymer clay heart to attach to the card.
It makes a sweet gift. You have two choices of prints, both cards do not include a name.
Download the Free Teacher printables below
You can download the printable card for free, then print it out on cardstock.
Additionally, the polymer clay heart tutorial is below.
1. Free “Thank You” Printable 2. Free “Thank You ” with Flowers
Supplies for Polymer Clay Heart
- Red Sparkly Polymer Clay (makes four hearts)
- Small Heart Cookie Cutter
- Wax Paper
- Cookie Sheet
- Small Crystals (I bought mine from Michael’s)
- Hot Glue Gun or Craft Glue
- Rolling Pin
- Adhesive Bar Pins
- Jute (for print)
How to make the Polymer Clay Hearts
Knead the clay into a smooth circle. Using a rolling pin, roll the clay out flat on wax paper.
Using a heart shaped cookie cutter cut out a heart. Place the heart on a cookie sheet and place in the oven.
Bake for 20 minutes at 275 degrees. Do not preheat the oven. Remove from oven and let cool. Next, glue a crystal onto the heart. Flip the heart over and stick the pin bar on.
Print out your printable. Using jute make a bow, attach to the card using glue.
Use a hole puncher to make two holes on the bottom part of the card to slide the pin on.
Isn’t the printable teacher card and clay heart adorable?
The “thank you” printable and DIY clay heart makes a great Valentine’s Day gift for teachers or an excellent Teacher Appreciation gift.
Jen Bosen says
Such a cute idea. And I love how simple it is. Thanks for sharing!
Thank you Jen! It was a fun and simple project to make . My little boy was able to cut out all the hearts by himself. Have a great week, Kim
As a former teacher, this is so creative and thoughtful!
This is such a cute teacher gift! Thanks for the idea. =)
Courtney LeFan says
So cute and very thoughtful. Thanks for sharing!
Hi Lauryn! I think that is great your a teacher. What grade do you teach? I went to school to be a first grade teacher but life got in the way. I still wish I could finish . Enjoy the rest of the week, Kim
Tara Joy says
Aw my sister is a teacher and would love to get these from her students!
Thank you Tara Joy! I made them for my son's teachers. I just need to figure how to put them in a PDF file. I want to make more printables! You should show these to your sister . Enjoy the rest of your week, Kim
Thank you! I think it's great to let the teaches know they're appreciated. I usually give all the after care school workers, the teachers and the secretary a small gift for Valentine's Day to let them know we appreciate them. My son's school does Teacher Appreciation Week so the teaches will get another cute gift! Enjoy the rest of your week, Kim
Great idea…teachers need to be told Thank You more often!!
Thank you! And, I agree with you teachers need to be told thank you and shown they're appreciated more often!
Enjoy the rest of your week, Kim
Aw, this is so sweet! What a cute idea.
Thank you Sagan! It was fun to watch my little boy make the hearts!! Enjoy the rest of your week, Kim