Thursday, June 10, 2010

Thank You With Gift Card Holder

Hi my dear paper-crafting friends! Thank you for all the sweet condolence message you sent me regarding my aunt. They were very much appreciated. The circle of life continues. One of our best friends gave birth to a baby girl this morning.

Today was K's last day of school. I made this card for his teacher. The "Thank you" was cut with my Silhouette machine. This card is the same basic design of this card from last Fall. I used my sewing machine to do the stitching on the border. Do you have a Sakura Quickie Glue pen? You should get one. It is perfect for glueing intricate designs.

On the upper inside flap of the card, I created a pocket for a gift card. Mrs. A loves Starbucks, so I thought that would be practical gift for her. She is such a nice lady. I really enjoyed helping at school.

She also gave me gifts today too; so sweet! Thanks for stopping by.

Card Ingredients (all Stampin' Up except where noted)
Stamps: none
Paper: So Saffron, Basic Black, Tea Party Designer Series Paper
Ink: none
Tools: sewing machine with black thread, Word Window Punch
Other: Sakura Quickie Glue pen, buttons (Papertrey Ink & Making Memories), Zots adhesive dots, Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue


Gabi Alberti said...

Hellooooo!! This card is so sweet!! I liked it so much!

Beate said...

Wonderful card! I love your stitching, the buttons, the paper and sentiment you used.
Hugs and smiles

~amy~ said...

You are rockin' that Silhouette!! Love this card..and YES! The quickie glue pen is a staple of mine...use it all the time!