Teacher Appreciation Bracelets

This is just a quickie post to show off one of the things we (okay, I) made for Raya’s teachers for Teacher Appreciation Week!  Her school has events all week for the teachers there, so we have a couple little things to give the ladies there.

These are just another version of the Word Bracelets I posted a couple weeks ago (just click it if you want to see the full tutorial!) but for these, I also put together a little poem to explain what a wish bracelet is.  (I found the “Teach” beads at Charm Factory.)

It’s a little cheesy, but if you make any of the versions of wish bracelets that you would like to gift, feel free to copy what I’ve said here – or just click the image below for the full-size version and print some for yourself!  (I fit these 6 on a page to print mine.)

Anyway – just wanted to share the idea with you before the week begins, in case you want to do it yourself!

And if you like this… be sure to come back for tomorrow’s giveaway! :) Hope you’re all having a fantastic weekend!

I link up to these great parties!
~ Adrianne


  1. Sharon says

    Oh, that's really cute. I would wear it on my ankle all summer til it fell apart, and the enjoy being reminded of the student who gave it to me. That's actually my favorite thing about getting teacher gifts…remembering the kiddos who gave them to me.
    Thanks for sharing at Show & Tell.

    Sharon @ mrs. hines class

  2. Six Sisters says

    What a great idea – we'll use this. We hope to see you back next week to our “Strut Your Stuff Saturday.” Thanks for coming!! -The Sisters

  3. Amy says

    Love this teacher appreciation gift! Thanks for linking up last week at Whimsy Wednesday. I am featuring you today if you would like to come over and grab a button!

  4. Trish - Mom On Timeout says

    This is so sweet! Pinning :) Thanks so much for sharing at Mom On Timeout!


  5. team blunt says

    I love it! Thank you. How did you close the bracelet? I can't figure out how to fasten it.

  6. says

    Wish bracelets just tie on like a friendship bracelet, traditionally, and that is how I made these. If I were going to close it off with a clasp, I'd look for a crimp end cap, probably. Just knot off your ends, trim them down so that just the ends beyond the knot will fit into the cap ends, dot some glue inside each cap end, and crimp it securely over the end of the bracelet.

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