Thursday, May 26, 2011

A Little Something For Teacher (2)

We will be celebrating Teacher's Day in school tomorrow. Just like last year, we were told to prepare a small token to show our appreciation to our beloved teachers for their care, guidance, dedication, patience (the list is endless)...


Not wanting to make cards again (we've already done that last year), mummy and daddy came up with an idea using Pyssla beads. Mummy helped me with the letterings and I filled in the rest.

Helping mummy to select the black ones out for the letterings

OK, I'll "kautim" the rest, mummy

In deep concentration... using a tweezer to carry out the task, esp when placing the beads into narrow crevices

This project proved to be too tiring for me so mummy split it into 2 days. On Day 1, we only managed to make 3 pieces of this...


Colourful TEACHER plate (x3)

On Day 2, we continued with Part 2 of the project. We made the colourful I *heart* plate.

Mummy did the letter "I" and the outline of the heart and I did the rest...

Next, the two plates were secured together with strings to make a hanging deco piece. Of course, the ironing and the string-tying were all done by mummy.

Tada... our end product! Something very simple but unique, I think hehehe


This is for you, teacher. Hope you will like it :)

Mummy is very bad in buying gifts so she ended up getting... what else but chocolates AGAIN haha...

A small gift for my three wonderful teachers

While we are still on the topic of Pyssla beads, here's our collection so far...

Macam-macam ada...

Sweet treats

Miscellaneous, including cartoon characters like Hello Kitty and Patrick

After making so many things, our container of beads is still (slightly more than) half full!

24 comments:

  1. The gifts that you give to your teachers are really unique and lovely. Thumbs up to Chloe and mummy Chloe.

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  2. Wow...i think u have more 'sam gei' than me..i have no patience with small small thingy..Good job!!

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  3. If i am the teacher, i also like it.

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  4. wah... this is a great idea for gifting! I like your Pyssla beads collection, they are cool!

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  5. Wow, the gift is very special and nice! I'm sure your teacher will love it!! =)

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  6. hou leng ar.......
    i want to experiment myself...
    P surely bo cha me.

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  7. What a fantastic idea. I'm sure the teachers are going to be so happy tommorow!

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  8. Very nice..where to get all those beads...? I dun saw any in Sibu la.

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  9. wow..how blessed the teachers are!! such a sweet gift for each of them..

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  10. good job! I'm sure the teachers will be so happy to get the little gifts. When I see patrick.. i thought of my tempang punya spongebob :p Maybe should put them together since they're bff's :p

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  11. what a wonderful gift! I am sure your teachers are delighted

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  12. Wow, mommy very creative, handmade gifts are the best!

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  13. Very nice leh.. ( I even show this post and your previous one to my hub!! ) The teachers must be very happy to receive Chloe's hand make gift! I really wish to buy this beads lah, but I worry end up can not make anything nice like you.. I am lazy and not creative :(

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  14. very nice gift and so creative too. i bet the teachers will be smiling from ear to ear.

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  15. Oh very lovely and creative gift for teacher. I really wanna buy this beads, but I scare my little boy will mouth it like candy haha. So I got to delay a bit sin.

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  16. How much is the beads per pack??.....

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  17. They look great n I'm sure the teachers wud love them. To make 3 sets of that, there's a lot of beads to fill up. Chloe is vy vy patient. Good job!

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  18. Oh dear, they are so beautifully made. Chloe's teachers sure like them.

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  19. you are one creative mummy, :P

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  20. Really unique gifts. I'm sure Chloe's teachers will be happy to receive such nice gifts. :)

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  21. so nicely made! i'm sure her teachers will be most pleased :-)

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  22. Nice gift! I'm sure Chloe's teacher like it. I wanna buy these beads too... but I think the beads will end up in my boy's stomach instead. :(

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