Wrapped with Love

Each year my girls make something for their teacher to give to them at the end of the year. They do this to show their appreciation for the time they have spent in class, and as a thank you for the discoveries that they have made. After the gift is complete, we wrap them: coloured paper and ribbons show that these gifts have been made and wrapped with love.

Wrapped with love. © Colline Kook-Chun, 2013
Wrapped with love. © Colline Kook-Chun, 2013

I enjoy receiving gifts that are wrapped with care and creativity; and take pleasure in the bright colours and beauty.

Do you enjoy receiving gifts wrapped with love?

(This post was inspired by the prompt for the Weekly Photo Challenge at WordPress.com. The prompt this week is love)

36 thoughts on “Wrapped with Love

  1. Yeah, I love nicely wrapped gifts. The thought that went with the wrapping almost speaks as loudly as the gift itself. Even the plainest gift becomes a little special with the care put in wrapping it.

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    1. Yes, it does take time to create something beautiful. Though practice does mean perfect as I have watched someone create a beautifully wrapped gift in almost a blink of an eye. But she does do it often 🙂

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  2. You shared with your daughters a priceless gift of giving and showing gratitude those who touched their lives. Beautiful gifts. I bet their teachers was smiling and beaming with joy. Best wishes to your family.

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