Thursday, December 10, 2009

my creative space...and advent day 10


Oops! Missed a day of the advent blog-a-long. Oh well!

Today is all about the Christmas baking. I'm baking mini Gingerbreadmen for all of Miss 12's past teachers. Tomorrow is her last day of primary school and I wanted to make a little thank you gift for all involved in the wonderful years she has had at her school. Must be the teachers daughter coming out in me.

Merry Christmas to all the creative spacers, see you next year!

13 comments:

Tammy James said...

We tried out gingerbread for the first time this week too!

m.e (Cathie) said...

yay Selina!!! they look great!
I have to bake some later & thinking that I also need to post the recipe as well...ohhhh, need more time in the day!!
Love that you have a baking creative space ♥

rozhearts said...

Hi Selina, I lost your email address so thought I would go on your blog. As yet I can see that you have not recieved my Christmas Swap gift. I will wait to hear from you then if it has not arrived I will remake. Can't imagine why it has not arrived.
(((HUGS))) Roz.

Karen said...

Great teacher gift - sometimes wish I was a teacher to have such wonderful things given to me at Christmas!

Kylie said...

Fabulous idea, Selina. They look wonderful. Merry Christmas and best wishes for a fab New Year. K

teresa said...

Great idea Selina... they are going to love them.

Gina said...

How cute are those tiny gingerbread men?!! Love it.

Kate said...

What a lovely thing to do for her past teachers. Thanks heaps for the washcloth inspiration.

Sarah said...

Must be the week for gingerbread as I've made angels too. What a nice Mum you are making gifts for all those teachers. Bet they are gratefully received.

yardage girl said...

Merry christmas to you too - those little men look yummo!

Catherine said...

They look so cute Selina and yummy I'm sure. I hope your daughter enjoys her last day of primary school, they grow so fast don't they.:)

tikki said...

I'm sure all the teachers will love them!! What a lovely thing to do *heart*

Nikki Cardigan said...

That is such an incredibly thoughtful thing to do for your girls' past teachers Selina. They will be so grateful. You can never get too much parent recognition. It means so much.

And I hope you are feeling OK about your girl finishing primary school. That's another milestone done.