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    I made these from recycled felted blanket and fabric strips for my twins teachers

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/kittyeden/2693691974/


    they loved them , what do you think ?
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    fromthehandsofkittyeden

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    They're soo nice!!

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    • #3
      A lovely unique & personal gift to keep, I am sure they'll be chuffed to bits
      x
      Laurie


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      • #4
        I was really surprised how much they liked them especially when they got big bunches of flowers and expensive wine etc from other children
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        • #5
          The are lovely.
          I'm not surprised the teachers liked them better, anyone can go and buy flowers and chocs, but most teachers are artistic/crafty so they appreciate things like this more.

          Melanie

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          • #6
            What beautiful keepsakes, they'll drink the wine and the flowers will die but they'll still have the gorgeous heart from your twins.
            Jayne


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            • #7
              They are georgeous! The teachers will treasure them. Homemade gifts in my opinion are more valuable than bought gifts as they are unique. We have made various items for my childrens teachers over the years, they made bookmarks for them this year, they will give them out today as its the last day of term here.....six weeks of crafting coming up (my daughter shares my passion, so we are going to lots of fun).
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              • #8
                They are really lovely - the teachers will love them

                xHannah

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                • #9
                  What a lovely thought and I'm not surprised they were thrilled, you had put a lot of personal effort into them - thats something one can't buy.
                  Carol
                  God helps them that help themselves.

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                  • #10
                    I think they are wonderful!! And they will always have them!

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                    • #11
                      That's a really nice sentimental gift, what a good idea.

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                      • #12
                        Thanks so much all of you !! i have to admit i enjoyed making them so much i have just made some more !!!

                        Sara x
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                        • #13
                          They are absolutely gorgeous - a true gift and memory to keep long after the wine and chocolates have been consumed and the flowers have died. Well done

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                          • #14
                            I work in a tiny primary school supporting children with learning difficulties. As I am the one the kids come to to do the work they find most difficult I have a few fun things up my sleeve. One of them is 'brain food'. I keep a box of dried fruit handy and when the going gets tough we stop for a brain break and a chew. One of the children I have worked with since primary 2 was leaving primary 7 to go to high school and gave me a mug saying 'Brain food, it's the little things that make the BIG difference'. Personal over expensive anytime!
                            Julia

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                            • #15
                              They are lovely! I gave my handmade hearts to teachers this year too!

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