You Rule!

Hi!

I have another teacher’s card to share.  I made this for my daughter’s 6th grade Language Arts teacher.  He retired this year .  He was well loved among the students including my daughter.  She was so disappointed when she found out knowing her brother won’t experience the “awesomeness” (her words) of his class.

untitled-4071-2

untitled-4066-2

SUPPLIES Stamps: Smarty Pants (Paper Smooches); A Good Apple (Lawn Fawn) Color: Black Licorice Hybrid (MFT); Black Onyx Versafine (Tsukineko); Prismacolor Pencils Other: Glossy Accents (Ranger); Patterned Paper.

I used two teacher clear sets for htis card:  Smarty Pants (Paper Smooches) and You Rule (Lawn Fun).  The stack of books were masked to make them higher.  I colored and cut the teacher/professor on a separate piece of cardstock and adhered the image on the panel with dimensional foam.  I also added glossy accents on the spectacles for dimension and fun!

Have a great weekend!

 

 

Thank You Teacher Tags

Hi All,

Just a quick post.  Today was the last day of school for my kids (hooray!).  And as always, I gave each teacher a little treat as a thank you for inspiring my kids throughout the year.  I usually bake an item as part of their gift.  And this year was carrot cake!  I packaged them up in tissue paper and put them in gift bags (bought in bulk) I purchased from Michaels.

I just wanted to share the tags that I created for the gifts.  I wanted to make each teacher a card but time simply ran out.

2013-05-30

Sorry for the pics.  I took them right before the kids brought them to school today.  Hopefully, you get an idea of what they look like and how I made them.

To create the tags, I used PTI’s Tag Sale #3 die for all three tags shown.  I masked around the stitched border just using post-it notes to keep the image inside the stitching.  Images and sentiments that I used came from Paper Smooches Smarty Pants and Lawn Fawn A Good Apple – perfect sets to make teacher thank you notes.  I used a Stamp-a-ma-Jig (a must have) to make one continuous clean line of images on a few of the tags.  Images were colored with Prismacolor Pencils and I also dabbed glossy accents on one of the apples and the professor’s tie.  Easy peasy.  I created 5 tags in total and I was done (whew!).

Take care!