Monogram teacher cards

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

I made a set of cards for each of Kaitlyn's teachers (she has two main ones) for the end of the year. I spent all yesterday working on these cards and then even made a little post-it note keychain similar to these, and then the little turkey overslept, missed the bus and didn't go to school. She really didn't have to be there for these last two days anyway but still. So I told her she had to go tomorrow -- mainly to take these gifts I worked so hard on!


I used Chocolate Chip, Taken with Teal and White cardstock, Taken with Teal ink, 1 3/4 inch circle punch, scallop punch, Seeing spots and Antique Upper Alphabet stamp sets and some ribbon I had laying around. These are really simple cards but I hope her teachers enjoy them.

Santa was here page

Thursday, May 21, 2009

I made this page a while back for Kaitlyn's book. I used a SCS sketch but it has been so long ago that I do not remember which one I used. I used Rose Red paper for my background and Chocolate Chip and Rose Red PP for accents. I also used some CM stickers and chipboard letters that I inked with Garden Green (I think) craft ink.

shadow picture page

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

I loved this picture of my daughter (and I took it by accident kinda) and wanted to make a page around it. I don't usually do one picture page layouts because I think it is kinda a waste but this picture I thought deserved its own page. Plus I loved the flower paper.

Supplies Used: Floral paper background, SU Rose Red accent paper, Slice diecut machine for the flowers and swirls, random stickers.

Eclectica Free make and takes

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Paula and I went to Eclectica on Saturday for their make and takes for NSD (National Scrapbook Day). They had two that you paid for (my post for later in the week, maybe tomorrow) and then these two cards that were free.

CM NSD make and take

Monday, May 4, 2009

I went to a crop last weekend at my Creative Memories consultant's house for NSD. We made a card using her sketch and our free gift (which was a pack of 3x3 squares).

Sorry for the orange background, it was the only paper I had handy here at school to make a background with quick.