Alphabet Stamp Set Teacher’s Gift

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Where did summer go?!  I can’t believe it’s already time to start thinking about going back to school.  With that also comes meeting the new teacher.  Today I have a really easy and inexpensive Alphabet Stamp Set Teacher’s Gift idea.  I love to give quick, easy and usable gifts.  It just makes life easier.

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The inspiration behind this gift came from a tiny alphabet rubber stamp set I picked up at Wal-Mart of all places.  Generally my only “alone time” is when I go grocery shopping.  I wait for my husband to come home from work to watch our daughter.  So, when I’m shopping I like the take my time and browse the clearance and scrapbook aisles.  That’s where I found this stamp set for only $1!  Most stamp sets are expensive, so I just had to pick this up.

Let’s get started!

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  • Alphabet rubber stamp set
  • Glass jar
  • Scrapbook paper
  • Ink pad
  • Twine
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • Adhesive Tape

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To add some color to this gift, I used a piece of scrapbook paper to cover the lid of the glass jar.  Just trace around the outside of the lid with a pencil then cut on the line.  Use adhesive tape to secure the paper onto the lid.

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I made a gift tag for the jar by using a paper tag punch and cream cardstock paper.  I used my own alphabet stamp set and stamped the phrase ‘just for you’ using a black ink pad.

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I added a pink heart sticker to the top of the tag and made a hole through the tag and sticker using a paper punch.  Then I wrapped some jute twine around the jar and tied the tag.

Just add the stamp set to the jar and your gift is complete!

Alphabet Stamp Set Teacher's Gift


Hope you have a wonderful school year!

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  1. says

    So cute. My kids are older, college and high school, so we don’t do teacher gifts anymore. But I was thinking this would be a cute gift to give crafting friends. Can you tell me where you got your alphabet stamps and the ones in the jar.

    Shannon ~


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