Little Presents

On work days, when I or my husband can't pick up the kids after school ourselves, they go to childcare service. One of the teachers has found another job, and although my daughters only go once a week to childcare service, she has taken care of my daughters for quite some time, so we wanted her to give a present. I made a couple of Ibiza Style necklaces my daughters could choose from. The other necklaces they can sell on King's Day, which will be at the end of april.




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Together with these necklaces we gave her a large wooden box of daffodils and a handmade postcard.

Comments

  1. How thoughtful of you to remember this teacher as she leaves to go to another job. I am a retired teacher, and I can assure you that she will remember and treasure these gifts for many years to come.

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  2. That's lovely, it's nice to give a special little something to people when they have been important to you.

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  3. Such a lovely gift and very thoughtful. Your daughters will remember this kind gesture as well through the years. Thanks for sharing at #HomeMattersParty

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  4. What a sweet gift! I bet she loved it. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  5. How lovely. Your daughter's teacher will feel ever so special receiving your lovely gifts. Pretty necklace and the card is very sweet...AND...a box of daffodils...how perfect! Just visiting your lovely place via Share your Cup.

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  6. Handmade gifts are the best gifts! I love it #practicalmondays

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  7. That looks so cute and cool! Love it.

    Hopping by from my kitchen tinkering Chicken Scaloppini with Lemon http://thequietmom.com/blog/recipe/chicken-scaloppini-lemon

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  8. You can't get better than a handmade gift Liz. How lovely... I'm sure she will appreciate it!! Thank you for sharing at Create, Bake, grow & Gather this week.

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