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Boryana Nikolova – A Christmas paper cake ( the template for print is HERE) for the Christmas bazaar of her kid at the kindergarten. There is a piece of cake and a chocolate coin in each piece. The pieces are fastened by a ribbon. The fir tree in the middle is made by meat packagings, painted green and fastened by silicone and pearls.
Teodora Karcheva – The beautiful Christmas door of the pupils at Primary School Petko Slaveykov, Plovdiv. Everyone can decorate the school or home door with a little cardboard, paper and a lot of cotton.
Violeta Vasileva – dwarfs, made by the kids from group 4 of Prolet kindergarten, Sevlievo.
Christmas anticipation – Everything except a few things is made of waste materials /tissue paper, cardboard, cork stoppers/
The works are done by the teachers V. Marinova, P. Gencheva, and of course the kids from kindergarten No. 6 Nezdbravka, Pleven.
Boryana Nikolova – a snowman and a fir tree, made by the same packagings and pieces of clothings, black pepper, wadding, etc.
Gergana Timova and her son have made a snowman out of an empty bottle of kid’s shampoo, and a fir tree made of the waste from sharpened pencils:)
Mariya Nikolova – an easy idea for a fir tree. All you need is wire and a garland. Coil the wire in a spiral, pull it and form a cone. Put a circle at the base to make the fir tree. Then apply the garland.
Tsveta Vasileva – A Christmas Calendar, made by empty toilet paper rolls.