Advent crafts

… at our Helen Doron school. We were invited to creat some Christmas-related decorations. It came really handy as at home it is really difficult to do any arts or crafts lately, as Baby Sis has been doing  nothing else but destroying whatever she puts her hands on. Of course, for her it’s the exploration phase, for us, an “Oh, noooo!” phase.

It was lovely to get out of the house a little just E. and me. As we arrived at the school the Christmas decorations created the vibe just as the Christmas music and the  big screen showing a fireplace.

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E. was really happy to find some treats she could eat (dairy and milk free gingerbread, popcorn, apples, tangerines and peanuts). She decoratively packed a plate for herself with all the goodies and this was the closest she could get to being creative.

She was lying on the floor eating, and sometimes helping me out.

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We made a pine cone Christmas tree with tiny pom-poms and an elf.

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These were the prototypes

When E. finished eating (well, she was munching something all the time) she started to play with the glue coming out of the hot glue gun.

Our new angel socks were admired by everyone.

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All in all, it was fun to be together without high expectations and had a great time in our Helen Doron school, which is always welcoming and offers fantastic programmes.

First, E. didn’t like the elf so much (she called him poopy and blaaah) but on the way home we chatted with Mr Elf and it turned out he’s got magic power and can grant wishes.

We placed our (khm… MY) beautiful creations next to our advent candles, so our table decoration is full now.

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