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Tuesday, 27 May 2014

Going Green For Teacher's day Celebration.


Hmm...what to give my teacher's for Teacher's Day leh. Mamarazzi garu kepala.  Last year gave fruits with pen and the year before was Famous Amos cookies. 


This year ah...she thought Go-Green la. Got a lot of empty tins...then abundance of Basil plants....Cut cut cut...chop chop chop.

 Planted some Basils in the empty cans. 

We have colorful Japanese Roses too. Well, maybe give them these too? She planted extra as some may not bloom on Teacher's Day. Just select those which will be blooming la.

 For me....poor me...had to do the most work.....spent whole afternoon writing little notes .

 Mamarazzi made them into little flags. 

 Yesterday was Teachers Day celebration in my school. 

Jeng! Jeng! Jeng! each teacher gets one can of basil and one can of Japanese Roses. Plonked into the basket that Mamarazzi weave from recycled magazine. Really cheepo Go-Green gift lor.

Japanese Roses are also called "Ten O'Clock Flowers". That's why when Mamarazzi snap photos early in the morning , the buds was not "open" yet. Hopefully my teachers likes the flowers la.

Ah Mah was worried that the Teachers may not know how to eat basil but oh well....maybe if they don't eat Basil, they could pass it to those who eats leh.


54 comments:

  1. this is a wonderful teacher's gift, just perfect! They will be honored.

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    1. Thanks Ginny. Sure hope they like it

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  2. wow.. nice idea.. never tot about it before

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  3. Wowwwwww!!!! Your handwriting is so very nice. Good boy! Pat on the back!

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  4. Famous Amos cookies the year before? Mahal wei.. One packet of cookies, 100gm, already cost like RM8++.. Takkan you buy >10 packs (if there are >10 teachers?).. Wah, you so "foot lou" wei.. Last year fruit+pen? I think I remember.. Oranges tied with a red pen kan?

    Yesterday when you asked me to guess what will J bring to school, I was thinking of your coloured-candy-glass-tinted cookies.. You made a lot right? I saw you posted in FB.. I thought you will pack the cookies in a jar or put in transparent wrapper.. Ooohh mana tau, give plants.. Not bad wor, go green..

    They will be celebrating today.. Class party.. I ordered cupcakes from my condo's home-baker.. I "mou poon si" bake like you la, so I just ordered from people.. I remembered I saw your post on orange cupcakes with buttercream icing.. You baked and let J bring to school, the kids finished more than half.. I no time bake lor, and not expert, later bikin malu, so better order from people lor..

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    1. thought wanna give that but.....change of plan

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  5. Interesting, guess this can be one of the surprise gift that they get for teacher's day, could be?

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  6. That is a fantastic idea! Wah, your mamarazzi otak bergeliga! I am sure your teachers will be delighted.

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  7. And now that's a fabulous idea! This year I copied your idea..fruits. Giveaway apples.LOL. not red but green chosen by the small one.aaha

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    1. LOL...good idea wor...last year i copied your red pen give to teacher

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  8. You are good in gardening, me no fate with plants...

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    1. not really good. only for certain plant

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  9. I like this idea! Great gift idea for teachers! Happy holidays to Small Kucing!

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  10. Good morning,
    What a wonderful idea and lovely presents..... I don't mind getting one too...lol...
    Lovely message too...

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  11. Wow, so sweet! I have loads of jap roses too, i love love love them! You've got great ideas... so can I pinjam this idea for next year TD? Hehehe...

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  12. actually this is a good idea Mamarazzi.. instead of getting cupcakes or muffins again from the parents, Uncle SK finds this go-green present for Teacher's Day a brilliant idea.. and the plants look nice too in the can and also the magazine basket!! awesome~~

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    1. think most parents will be giving that

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  13. and so thoughtful of Mamarazzi to think of different kind of presents to give the teachers every year.. i guess many mommies out there will just bake cupcakes or muffins or cookies every year for the teachers, haha, probably just different flavors lah.. but Mamarazzi really contemplated and get the most unique ones for the teachers.. love that effort!!! :)

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  14. nice handwriting from Small Kucing this time too, ahhh, he must be writing that with lots of care and love, and the little flag of note actually looks cute lah.. i love that quote: "Roses for your table and Basil for your meal", haha, now who came out with this?? it's a smart quote lah.. and who cares what the teachers will do with the plants?? either they eat it or they just place it on table for decoration, give them already means work done right?? :p

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    1. kena Mamarazzi scold leh for bad writing...bad ones throw away

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  15. Wah, this is really a nice gift, go-green gift! Great works!

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  16. Wahhhhh so creative and special la! Thumbs up to the kucings for a novel idea for teacher's day gift :)

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  17. I'm sure the teachers appreciate the gifts. So speacial and made with love and hard work summore. :)

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  18. Really good green idea! I love it. Mamarazzi must have worked hard to weave the basket. Small kucing didn't help with the weaving? If I am the teacher I would love this gift as it is very unique and environmental friendly.

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    1. she said i kacau wor. didnt let me help

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  19. Wow! Fantastic idea! Your teacher must be very lucky! Can I have the Japanese Rose gift too? Ahaha...

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  20. lol basil for your meals ..
    that is a good catchy wording..

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  21. Oh my!! I love the idea, nature and plants. If only more people will think of nature as gift, the world will be a better place.

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  22. so clever...if cikgu dont like the basil, then ambil balik lor :)

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  23. Very creative!! If I were a teacher, I would appreciate your gifts very much!! Thumbs UP!

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  24. I will be happy to receive such presents! I love Japanese roses (now only I know the name of this flower) but can't seem where to "get" some :P (stingy C9 don't want to spend $ to buy LOL)

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  25. I would love getting a plant as a gift. I have some basil I bought that is a curly leaf. Haven't tried it yet but it sure does smell good.

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    1. yea can make into many type of meals

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