Thursday, August 21, 2014

Another Summer Project;

Please let me introduce 2nd grade of the elementary school girl's work for her summer homework. I was SO amazed by my next neighbors' girl's Great Job. Sort of the promotion for the next years event of boy-scout her brother involved. She made a necklace with the shells, which has the national flags' design on them.. 
Yesterday morning she came to our house and showed me the shells; after she came back, she put the shells together into necklace. How great to know that she can tell the names of the countries from the designs. She put the names backside of the shells.

Symbol Mark of the Event

Although I've been busy even after Obon dealing with several things with my late parents' family monk etc, I seem to be posting alot...  I'll be freer soon;

Thank you very much for stopping by;


  1. Que lindo e bem alegre!!! Gostei de ver! bjs, chica

  2. Vim através da Chica.
    Gostei muito do colar de conchas!

  3. Dearest Miyako,
    What a talented young girl and how lovely she managed to create them. So happy to see also the Dutch flag!
    Sending you hugs,

  4. What a fabulous necklace!

  5. That is really amazing. Such beautiful shell necklace! The little girl is very creative and talented. It must have been so much fun working on these shells :-)

  6. She is a very talented young girl. Really pretty and well thought out. Thank you for sharing!

  7. wow! that's really beautiful and so creative! love it! thanks for sharing her hard work!

  8. What a fun post being able to enjoy your little friends handi-work. Thanks!

  9. wow! i love the idea and the way it came out! such a great job!

  10. So creative and artistic this little girl is! You must have been delighted! Hugs to you xo Karen

  11. I think the necklace flags the picture was very pretty It's so sweet!I cant see any kid hurt Why can't we stay kids for our whole life?
    Have a nice time to Otosan!

  12. My gosh, what a smart and talented little girl! That necklace is beautiful and what a great idea.

    All three of our sons and one of our grandsons were Eagle Scouts (the highest rank). I wish they had been able to travel to another country for a Jamboree!