Bērnu paštaisītas Ziemassvētku dāvanas/ Children DIY Christmas Presesnts

Šogad abiem vecākajiem puikām ir tik brīnišķīgas skolotājas, ka gribējās viņām sagatavot īpašākas Ziemassvētku dāvaniņas, nevis tradicionālās konfekškastes. Tad nu katrs savām skolotājām (galvenā skolotāja + 2 skolotājas palīdzes) pagatavoja apsveikuma kartiņu, svečturīti un čiekuru vainadziņu, kuru var izmantot gan kā sienas dekoru, gan iekārt eglītē. Pavisam vienkārši darbiņi, bet tomēr pašgatavoti, un varu teikt no pieredzes, ka tieši tādi skotājas sirdi silda un iepriecina visvairāk.

This year both boys have such a wonderful teachers and we wanted to make something very special and home-made for them. Therefore the boys made all DIY- Christmas cards, Pine cone wreath decor and Cinnamon Stick candle holder. All these are enough simple to make but I can tell you from experience, for teacher are most valuable and most  pleasant are presents what their pupils made themselves.

Ziemassvētku apsveikumi/ Christmas Cards

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Čiekuru vainadziņš / Pine Cones Wreath

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Kanēļa standziņu svečturis / Cinnamon Candle Holder

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2 thoughts on “Bērnu paštaisītas Ziemassvētku dāvanas/ Children DIY Christmas Presesnts

  1. What very lucky teachers your boys have (not only to get such thoughtful gifts, but to have students from such a wonderful and caring family). I adore your cinnamon stick candle holders and may just have to give it a go myself.

    1. Do it! They are so easy and smells nice too when you burn a candle or just keep on shelf.
      P.S. I really hope their teachers are still fine and don’t hate their job. Especially oldest isn’t most easier pupil on the earth 😁

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