Craft: Back to School Pencil Mason Jar Teacher Gift

This back to school pencil mason jar post is sponsored by As You Wish Pottery. All opinions are mine alone.

Pencil Mason Jar Gift Idea for Teachers

School is back in session! Head to As You Wish to paint a pencil mason jar and fill it with pencils to give to the teacher. Your child’s teacher will love you if you show up with pre-sharpened ticonderoga pencils, trust me! You could also fill the jar with flowers, gum, candy or even a Starbucks gift card. I don’t know a teacher out there who wouldn’t appreciate a gift card for caffeine! What’s your go to back to school gift? You might also like our LEGO soap teacher gift, teaching is my jam shirt and teacher survival kit

MATERIALS

Pencil Mason Jar (painted at As You Wish)
Pencils 
Printable Tags
Scissors
Hole Punch
Twine or String

TUTORIAL

Step 1: Head to As You Wish to paint your favorite teacher a pencil mason jar. 

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Step 2: Once your pencil jar is out of the kiln, fill it with pencils. Teachers will love you if you spring for ticonderoga pencils, they are the best!

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Step 3: Print out the printable pencil tags on white card stock paper. 

Pencil Tags

Step 4: Using scissors, cut out the tags.

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Step 5: Punch a hole in the tags, in the center of the eraser.

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Step 6: Tie the tag to the pencil jar with a piece of jute or string.

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Step 7: Gift to your favorite teacher during back to school time or teacher appreciation week! 

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Visit As You Wish to create a unique teacher gift!

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I'm Vanessa and it's my mission in life to spread my love of hot glue guns and glitter to others. I suffer from craft ADHD, regularly working on at least 10 projects at the same time and my craft room looks like a tornado hit it. My first craft book, Party in a Jar, was published in 2014. I look forward to crafting with you!

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