Looking for a cute teacher appreciation gift during Teacher Appreciation Week? We’re making it easy with these free teacher appreciation printable bookmarks!
Give these adorable bookmarks on their own, or use them like gift tags on bags of sweets or other treats. All designs print on regular letter size paper, so they’re a quick and easy last-minute gift option, too.
Each “Keep Calm” teacher bookmark includes a white banner at the bottom for the teacher’s name, the school year, class, or a simple note like, “from Ella,” if desired. One of the “World’s Best” bookmarks includes a cute customization line at the bottom. (We also love the idea of having your child write a personal thank you to his or her teacher on the back of the bookmark!)
To print your teacher bookmarks, simply select the PDF of your choice from the list below.
Note: If clicking the link opens the PDF but doesn’t start the download process, no problem! Just right-click anywhere on the four bookmarks and choose “Save As” to save the artwork to your computer. Then open the saved PDF in Adobe Acrobat to print it. (Click here to download the free Adobe Acrobat Reader, if you don’t already have it.)
The bookmarks will be 2.5 x 6.25 inches if they are printed at “Actual Size” but they can be printed “to Fit” if your printer’s margins are smaller than .25 inches. The “Keep Calm” bookmarks have solid color all the way to the edge, and the “World’s Best” bookmarks include a thin black outline so you know where to cut.
Here are a few customization ideas for your printed bookmarks:
- Print on plain white copy paper, then glue them to a colorful cardstock backer
- Use a hole punch and colorful yarn or floss to add a pretty finishing tassel
- Print on heavier cardstock, if your home printer allows, or laminate them for a glossier finish
- Try a cream or manila colored paper for a vintage look
We hope you enjoy this free teacher appreciation printable!
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