Thursday, June 26, 2008

School's Finished

As a thank you gift to my son's teachers I made a little bag of cards & added his picture to a potted violet. To the left is the photo of the two together. The little bag contained a thank you card & three blank cards.

The apple card & bag were taken from here: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/942354?cat=12786&si=teacher




This was the little photo I stuck into the potted plant. I saw the saying on splitcoast & made my own. Using Tombow MultiAdhesive I adhered the green apple paper from Summer Picnic to a chipboard star. Then I glued on the picture and trimmed it to match the star. Next I sanded the edges of the star. Using the Crop-a-dile I punched two holes & added two Always Artichoke brads. I used the computer to create the circular text "Thanks for helping me grow!" and printed it on White & Artichoke paper. I punched them out with the 1 3/8" circle punch and the 3/4" circle punch and adhered it to the star. Finally, I taped the star to a pencil.

And last but not least, I made three blank cards. The orange one from two posts ago was one & these were the other two.

This card was inspired by:
http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/919861?cat=13815

Ingredients:

Old Olive, Chocolate Chip, Whisper White - paper; Old Olive - ink; Fresh Cuts - stamp set; Spiral Punch, Styled Silver HodgePodge Hardware, Chocolate Chip Taffeta ribbon, Fairytale Ribbon Originals - accessories;

And finally, one of my favorite colour combos... Black & River Rock. This is a really quick & easy card! Just stamp, cut & stick!!


Ingredients:

Basic Black, River Rock, Very Vanilla, Ginger Blossom DSP - paper; River Rock, Basic Black - ink; Hearfelt Thanks, Wonderful Words - stamp sets; 1 3/8" square punch - accessories;

2 comments:

Jannie Sue "Funster" said...

How creative! And green. Green is good.

Little Miss Nobody said...

Aww, gifts for the teacher already? Doesn't seem possible that he's so big already! Very neat idea ... much better than another apple mug!