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teacher presents, part 4


About this design:

my daughter Amanda attends a wonderful public preschool that is a mix of regular and special needs kids. Amber is a special ed teacher who specializes in autism, and she has worked with both my daughters and helped them immensely. This bracelet is for her- I wanted to use several colors in a warm, earthy palette to represent her loving warmth and the "spectrum" of autism which can take on such different presentations in different children. She has been a true blessing for our family!

Components:

Rhodochrosite, Rhodonite, jasper, smoky quartz, stamped silver heart clasp

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    Chicky Zee aka Alice says:

    Helen these are beautiful I know Amber will love it I do!!!!

  2. karen blasdel
    karen blasdel says:

    This is beautiful….I say thank you for your kind words regarding your daughters teacher. My sis is also a special ed teacher here in Canada, and she has some wonderful children that she has helped, and these and all teachers need to hear these reassuring words!!!!

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    LeighAnn F says:

    Absolutely gorgeous! As a special education teacher of children with autism it is very heartwarming to know that caring parents exist and think highly of their childs teacher. I know for a fact that your children have richly blessed her life!!

  4. sunny chick
    sunny chick says:

    What a gorgeous bracelet! Your daughter’s teacher is a lucky lady to receive such a wonderful gift! :)

  5. Green Eyed Lady Chick
    Green Eyed Lady Chick says:

    Another beauty! I’m sure she’ll be very happy to recieve such a thoughtful and beautiful gift!

  6. Lynn g
    Lynn g says:

    Very nice!

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