Friday, June 25, 2010

Thank You Teacher Gift.


I saw this amazing stationary set tutorial on SplitCoast Stampers and it was love at first sight! I knew I wanted to make one. It's for my daughter's teacher, and I had a lot of fun with it. I went with soft, smoothing colors and designs as the rest of the class is so vibrant and hectic.



Included in the set are 6 Thank You cards with envelopes, 6 For You mini cards with envelopes, 6 tags (they have an A on them as that is teacher's initial.), an attached Notes book, a pen with holder, and a spot to hold stamps.




For 1 challenge, but it's a great challenge - Sir Stamp A Lot. "Punch It"

12 comments:

pinky said...

Oh my goodness Farrah, you certainly have spoiled that teacher, she will love this. Thanks for joining us at Sir Stampalot.
Pinky

Kay said...

Hi! This is a great set. I saw this on SCS and bookmarked the tutorial to try it myself, but just haven't gotten around to it. Great job with it, and thank you for becoming a follower of my blog!

Tammy said...

This is such a great gift! I am sure your daughter's teacher appreciated the soft colors!!! What a great gift! I will have to search that tutorial! I am always looking for handmade gift ideas!

brenda said...

Hi Farrah

What a great stationery set and what a wonderful gift to receive.

Thank you for sharing with us at Stampalot Challenge this month and good luck.

B x

A.J. said...

What a lucky teacher to receive such a fantastic gift!

You musyt have spent absolutely ages making it, it is a wonderful project.

Amanda

Clare *Littlebear* said...

Oh wow! This is fabulous Farrah. What a lucky teacher to get this gorgeous set.
Thank you for entering it into the Sir Stampalot challenge this month.
Clare x

Tracy said...

This is amazing, I love it. I love your choice of design and finishing touches, thanks for joining Sir Stampalot’s challenge, good luck.
Happy crafting
Tracy x

Juls said...

wow this is just amazing!!!! Hugs juls

chris said...

Hi Farah
wow wee! me loves it its right up my street, but dont they take along time to make, stunning work love chris xx

Sally H said...

Wow! Stunning work! Such a pretty set! Thanks for sharing with us at Sir stampalot this month!

Lynda said...

Your creation is just so stunning. i'm a teacher myself and would be overmoon to recieve such a beautiful, thoughtful gift. Wow you've got a real talent and an eye for detail.

Cammy said...

This is absolutely fabulous! Looking forward to seeing more of your work!