This year marks the first year of Angel attending school, therefore with Teacher's Day around the corner, we wanted to DIY some handicrafts to show our appreciation for these very special people in our lives.
I remember as a teacher, my heart would melt whenever I received a handmade card from my students. And as a student, it was a moment of pride when I could present my teacher with something not too fanciful, but simple and sincere.
So, we didn't rush to the stationery store to get additional supplies or to Daiso to get more craft materials. Instead, we gathered some stuff at home and thought of making something easy but pretty - Accordion flowers for these people who have helped her to bloom.
1) Scrapbooking paper
2) Printouts of coloured shapes, banners and wordings (Thank You Teacher, names of the teachers, Angel's name etc)
4) Scotch tape and glue
6) Long ruler
Ta-dah! Our first flower is done, specially meant for her music teacher in school.
YAY! Our accordion flowers are all ready to greet the teachers! I like how the scrapbooking papers make these flowers so colourful, vibrant and elegant.
LOVE from Mummy in the hope that she would recover soon.
Here's wishing all of you a Happy Teacher's Day! Do link up if you have anything creative to share!
P.S: I have an awesome Teacher's Day giveaway coming up tomorrow, so do stay tuned!
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