Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Teacher's Day Gift

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This is my boys first year in their "big school"/primary school, i don't know when the school or is the school celebrate teacher's day. I only get to read about teacher's day celebration at school on the actual day ie: 16/05/2012 from the school portal. That time i was busy preparing their 7th birthday party at home, and i got no time to do last minute shopping or buy present for the teacher.

After their birthday celebration, it was their mid term exam week, (that explain how exciting and busy the new level of my life, i should be grateful and not complaining, right?) I busy with doing revision with them and at the same time i find some time to sort out some gift for the teachers. I decide to let the boys give the belated pressie to the teacher on the last day of school, just before the school holidays start.

This is some simple gift that i prepare for the teachers..


i saw these cute drinking glass or is it no? I bought three for the teachers and this is the only three left at the shop, so i add another two different type of coffee mugs for the teachers. Thinking just give the glass or mug, but think it is a bit boring and look plain, and i remember i saw something similar on the website, which i can come out with.

So this is the idea, i add some milo 3 in one pack, horlick with cereal pack, ice tea pack and coffee into the glass. Tada...this is how they look.


closer view.....



and i put the mug into this brown colour paper bag, and decorate it with some dollies and with a cloth wooden clip.




this is the five gifts for the teachers...you like?




I hope the teachers like the small gift, a little token from my boys to the teachers to thank you teachers for their hard work.

9 comments:

Small Kucing said...

nice ifts. SUre the teachers will be delighted

Pete said...

Good idea...sure looks nice!

MeRy said...

Good idea.....the teachers sure love it!!

My Shabu Shabu said...

This is a very nice idea. For the teachers or kids' birthday parties.

Sasha Tan said...

very nice and thoughtful. when they drink, they remember yr kids :)

suituapui said...

Humph!!! Why my students don't have mums like you hor? :(

Yee Ling said...

Nice...i love it.

Family First said...

The doilies really make it look so feminine ;)

chinnee (chinneeq@gmail.com) said...

hey, 3in1 are the best gift i think, for busy teachers who have to leave house early in the morning, or who needs a coffee to refresh in between classes. Annie, u are so thoughtful!