Can you spot my little helpers for today’s experiments?
Christmas tree is set in our lunchroom, we have Christmas lights and advent candles in front of our windows and all around KI. Now my bench joined to the festivities. Ho ho ho!
With a colleague of mine, we made these paper cut ornaments for the lab decoration. It certainly looks cozier than my everyday bench. Here is how to do it:
- Download the templates from here
- Print them in any kind of paper you like. We used regular A4 but you can try thicker or glossy papers for a more sleek look.
- All you need now is scissors to cut them out and fold.
And the present from this little Santa is to go to a Christmas dinner with my lab mates!
Have you started decorating your office yet? If you did not, consider making your own little ornaments to spread the joy in your working environment. And please share them with us as well, I would love to get tips if you already have a favorite one to make (:
3 thoughts on “Little helpers for Christmas experiments”
I made the geometric snowman last year. Hopefully he’s still around somewhere in our office. Some people are worth melting for~
Thanks for the tip Yossa! Great addition to the team! (:
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