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The month of September marks the end of summer and the beginning of fall; crisp days and cool nights, trees alive with fiery color and the promise of bountiful harvest. To celebrate fall, we have for you this beautiful card portfolio. Inside the richly decorated folio there are four cards with coordinating envelopes as well as a selection of self-adhesive sentiments. When an occasion arises, a sentiment is chosen and adhered to the card. The card design is suitable for just about anyone, making this a very versatile ensemble. Great for gift giving and as a fall class project!
Everyone will love getting a note from you when you write it on one of you own monogrammed cards! This elegant monogram card set comes with a see-through card box with a pretty flower belly band, six monogrammed cards, and six monogrammed envelopes! Make one for yourself and a friend! Makes a great gift for teachers, co-workers, and neighbors too! Also makes for a fun class project!
This pretty portfolio filled with cards, envelopes, and separate sentiments is a great gift. The card sentiments (for various occasions) are kept in a little drawer inside the portfolio and can be quickly added to a card when you need one. Instructions include variations on how the little drawer can be used if you choose to put the sentiments on the cards as you make them and don't need the drawer for the sentiments. This project makes a great teacher gift and is a fun class, club or camp project!
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Every once in a while, you just need a little gift bag to give a gift in, whether it be a teacher, co-worker, neighbor, or friend. Make someone feel extra special by giving them a gift in this beautiful-handmade gift bag! The coordinating tag and gift card add an extra special touch and the elegant bag made from embossed vellum is sure to impress. This project is also great for a quick and easy class or club project!
It's back to school time! Here is a perfect gift ensemble for the kids' teachers! The ensemble includes a clipboard, matching pencil box and a set of cards! Make several sets and give them as gifts to not only the teachers, but co-workers, friends, etc. and be sure to keep a set for yourself!
The first day of school is a big deal, no matter how old your children are! Why not send your children off to their first day of school with some treats for their new teachers or classmates? This gift set features a note pad and pencil set, a card for the teacher, and pencils with cute toppers for each child in the class. What a perfect way for your children to make friends with their new classmates!
Have a great crafting month!
Do you struggle with designing masculine cards? I sure do! Well here's a set of cards and a matching box that is a great gift for men. Your kids' male teachers will be impressed with your creativity and will appreciate having the cards on hand. The cards are also perfect for sending to the men in your life! This project is also a fun class project!
Have a great day!!
This project makes the perfect gift for a teacher, friend, or co-worker! It's also a wonderful project to make for yourself so you've got coordinating mini card enclosures, wine tags, and gift tags for those last minute occasions! Pop on a wine tag and head on over to a new neighbors house, or slip a little note card into a bouquet of flowers. When you've used them all, you'll have the sturdy box to hold your next round! This project is also a fun class, club or camp project!
Everyone needs to send a little note from time to time, and this card set is perfect for just that! The Flower Basket is a pretty way to store the six 3" x 3" cards with matching envelopes, and can also be used as a little gift basket after the cards are gone. The set is also a pretty little gift (you'll have to make more than one set as you won't be able to part with the set if you make just one)! This project is also a great class, club or camp project!
When I first started stamping I used to heat emboss all the time! I loved watching the embossing powder melt like magic before my eyes and always loved the pretty end result! For some reason I haven't embossed for a while, but this project gives me a good reason to get out my embossing powders and heat tool! The cute little tote is filled with six embossed note cards and envelopes. It's perfect for gift giving or as a class, club or camp project! Warm up your heat tool and have fun making this one!