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Tuesday, May 1, 2012
Teacher's Appreciation Giveaway!
Before we get to the giveaway I wanted to share the second gift idea. Today's gift is made using my favorite Cricut die cut -- the hedgehog! These little guys are so cute and very versatile. I can adapt him to nearly any season or occasion.
I figured everyone could always use a little thank you notes so that's how I decided on the "note of Thanks" notecards. I couldn't resist adding the apple shaped gift bag.... It is for a teacher after all. If I get a few extra minutes I plan on making a little white scallop tag to hang from the stem.
Materials used: Hedgehog: Cricut cartridge B is for Boy
Small apple: on Silhouette studio by Jamie Koay
Apple basket: on Silhouette studio by Samantha Walker
Cardstock - Bazzill
These little cards measure 3 x 3 inches. The hedgehog was cut using B is for Boy cartridge and cut at 1 3/4 inches. The apple was cut using my Silhouette and the message was computer printed before I cut the white cardstock.
Don't have a diecut machine to make your own notecards? Make your own without a diecut using pretty decorative cardstock OR you can enter to wina set of 6 of these little cards for yourself!! That's right, I'll send you 6 of these mini cards and envelopes. You can give them away or keep them for yourself.
You get one entry for each of the following: Following my blog
Please make sure you leave a comment letting me know what you have done, so I know how many entries to give you and a way to contact you. While I welcome all International fans I can only ship these to US addresses. I will randomly draw a winner on Thursday night at 9:00 p.m. central time. I'll post and contact the winner. I will ship out as soon as I have a mailing address.
This is my first blog giveaway so please go spread the word. Good luck!
My name is Sammie and I am a paper crafter. I have a very tolerant husband who doesn't complain about bits of paper all over the house. I also have three daughters who are always ready to "help" on any project.
I have been scrapbooking for about 15 years and started card making in 2010. I have an Etsy shop where I sell my cards and invitations.