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Teacher Gift: Antiqued Black Pillar Candle Holder and Vase Set

It’s that time of year again! The time when we search Pinterest, blogs, stores and online for the perfect teacher gift. Something that shows our appreciation for the generosity of that special person. The teacher who has spent the past 10 months shaping the minds of our little ones. CoziNest has the answer!

Teacher Gift Idea

LARGE ANTIQUE BLACK PILLAR CANDLE HOLDER AND VASE  is 3.25″W X 8″H. The smaller one is 3.25″W X 6″H. This set is the CoziNest Antiques and Decor Special of the Week. Turned upside down, the black pillar with chalk-like distressing is a candleholder.

Teacher Gift IdeaTurn right-side-up and it is a perfect vase to give a school teacher. Fill it with flowers, pencils and pens, drinking straws or any number of ideas. The other two can be used as candle holders. It’s like three gifts in one!



The set of three is specially priced this week only at $22.41.

The Best Teacher Gift of All

Add a special poem like the one below and you’re sure to make a teacher smile. Sometimes it’s the only gift they need. And then…There’s the gift that tops them all.

The Teacher

© Amelia Jane

Published: March 2013

Remember when we met?
When I was just a kid.
And you said to me,
‘It’s okay, we’re all friends here.’
And treated me like a normal kid?
Well even if you don’t,
Thank you, as you now mean the world to me.

Remember when I first cried in front of you?
When times were tough for me.
And you said to me,
‘It’s okay, I’m here.’
And it all seemed a little better?
Well even if it’s slipped your mind,
It made me who I am today.

Remember when you fell apart?
You couldn’t cope without your Dad.
And I said to you,
‘It’s okay, I’m here for you.’
And you put back up your mask?
Because it had slipped that day and I saw,
The real you, scared and hiding.

Remember when I left you?
To move on to my next stage.
And you said to me,
‘I’ll always be here for you.’
And we hugged and talked for hours?
You wanted me to chase my dreams,
And helped me through my fear.

And then, Remember when I became you?
And you took to the sidelines.
And I said to you,
‘I’m here to carry on.’
And you watched like a proud parent,
As I took my first steps?

I’ll always remember your calming voice,
And be grateful for what I learned.


It’s so important to thank our teachers. Their job is one of the hardest in the land. They continue to be overworked and underpaid, putting their very lives on the line nowadays. If you have no children in school, consider thanking one of the teachers from Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL or a teacher who was a favorite years ago.

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