DIY Music Teacher Gift in 5 minutes under $10!

Create a personalized gift for choir, band, orchestra, or music teachers. DIY 5 minutes and under $10 music teacher gift.


Creating a meaningful homemade music teacher appreciation gift is so easy and inexpensive. I’ll show you how to do it yourself for under $10 and in less than 5 minutes. Now, that’s something I know I can handle even with my hectic schedule. So if you’re anything like me, with a crazy schedule and not much time, you’ll be able to whip this baby up in no time. One of the best parts of this teacher appreciation craft is you don’t need to be crafty to make it, it’s really that easy! I made a monogrammed gift for my daughter’s choir teacher, but it would also be fantastic for band, orchestra and piano teachers, private tutors, and elementary music teachers. Music teachers work so hard and it seems as though sometimes they are over looked in the Christmas and end of the school year gift giving. With this DIY Music Teacher gift created under $10 and in less than 5 minutes, you’ll be able to let the teacher know how much he/she is appreciated.

Let’s get started…

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    Wow this is the cutest idea! I have so many aunts that are teachers that I plan on making them this for Christmas!

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      Thank you. What a great idea to give it for Christmas. And, it will even store well if you get it done early. So fun!

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    Colleen Tarnutzer says

    Cute! I wonder if there are antiqued looking literature pages I can print for an English teacher?

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      Great idea. I found a free printable page here. Or, you can search Pinterest for a free printable, or even check out your local thrift stores and see if they have any old books that would work.

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    Karen says

    Thank you for posting this Music Appreciation Gift idea. I presented each our three Music teachers with one last night (instead of the usual bouquet of flowers) at their Spring concert and they LOVED it! It is a great keepsake especially since their 5th grade music students are moving onto the Middle School.

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      Karen, You are so welcome! I’m glad that the teachers loved it. Thanks for letting me know how you used them and how they were received.