I actually scheduled that post - how lovely! *sigh* Yes, I was having a frustration moment... What is really crazy is that my drawers are all labeled, and everything has it's place... "everything" just doesn't always get there! Oh, yeah, did I mention that said 'hard-rockin' 6-year old has been "making (me) Mother's Day cards" for about 3 weeks now... That never helps, but it is so sweet, I can overlook!
Onward and upward! I whipped up these little cuties for my boy's wonderful teachers for Teachers' Week last week. (Now, if I could just get him to pull them out of his backpack and give them to the teachers...) My love for little cards is well documented... I like these ones a lot:
Just pretend my photo doesn't stink! :) I love playing with the Elementary Essentials set - I've done a lot of cute things with it! Unfortunately, I tend to send them out without taking pictures first! The card base is Kraft CS, and the rest is pretty basic and self explanatory, as norm. If you can't tell, I cut out a portion of the scissor blade to make it look like the sentiment was being cut. I had a wild hair, what can I say. And the lines are colored like elementary school, learning-to-write paper (remember that stuff?) with the red baseline, light blue center and darker blue top line. Like I said - wild hair. (Gee whiz, I really need to start taking these pictures in better light. So much for being a past student of Photography... ) Being impatient and tired, I wrote out Happy Teacher's Week, which would be infinitely cuter in Peyton's handwriting or stamped, but it was pushing midnight and that just wasn't happenin'!
Top Secret update... I am almost done! I like to live on the edge... I'll share soon!