Recess! School is almost out and it is time to play!
School is almost out for the Summer Break and I am excited to share one of the teachers gifts I made up for Tommy's Speech teacher! When we moved from Colorado last Summer I was really worried about Tommy starting at a new school. But I was so excited when I found out that a previous customer and friend would be his Speech Therapist at school! What a blessing she has been to our family this school year! I am just praying that she will be at our school next year to continue working with Tommy and his little sister Paige who is starting Kindergarten! Hmm... what will I be doing alot more of this Fall? Stamping of course!
So I created this fun little scene using the new stamp set Recess from the Summer Mini Catalog! I really love all the techniques you can do with the brayer! It is especially fun to create landscapes and backgrounds to stamp on! On this card I brayered the background with Marina Mist in the sky and Garden Green for the ground. I took the tree from the Nature Silhouettes stamp set in the big Stampin'Up! catalog. I chose the sentiment from Full of Life, also found in the Big Cattie ;) Other products I used:
119882 Scallop Edge border punch
120906 2 1/2" Circle punch
Whisper White Cardstock
Real Red CS, ink pad, marker
Marina Mist CS, ink pad
Chocolate Chip CS, ink pad, marker
Daffodil Delight CS, ink pad, marker
The next Teachers Gift I made was this Notebook Tin on the left. I really love the sentiment that I stamped from the Word Play stamp set, "Go confidently in the direction of your dreams"! Love that! I used Greenhouse Gala Designer Series Paper, Baja Breeze cardstock and ink to decorate this tin, along with the coordinating stamp set Friends Never Fade, found in the Big Catalog.
On the inside of the Notebook Tin is a notepad, pen and storage for little notes, coupons, postage stamps, etc. I really love how this project turned out.
Last but certainly not least is the adorable hand santizer I made! I used a retired stamp set for the A+ and the apples stamped across the bottom. I used the following supplies: