Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Gift set for Jacob's Teacher

Here is a gift set I made for my son's teacher {Mrs. B} for Valentines Day. I first made the tags with each childs name on it. This was a project that was not supposed to take very long, but it did >"<

This was my first card using acetate, it was pretty easy, you just have to be very careful, its hard to cover a blemish on something that is see through. I kind of just guessed on what to do but if you go to there is an area that will give you a tutorial on stamping on acetate. I used Real Red & Whisper White cardstock from SU. The polka dot ribbon is from May Arts.
I found this stamp set at Hobby Lobby yesterday. Its from Stampabilities {and was 50% off}, its called the Teacher Survival Kit. Its too cute and Mrs. B. has to have it >"<

Now I need to start on my daughter Kendall's Valentine's & figure out what I am making for Jacob's class party tomorrow.


Chris said...

you did a great job on these!! they look fabulous!!! i really like your acetate card...>"<

Marlou said...

Latisha this is so beautiful, you are a very kind thoughtful person :) im sure she will love it :) xx

ScrapMomOf2 said...

Oh my goodness! These are fantastic Valentine gifts! WOW! The card is gorgeous, the tagged pencils are so cute and clever, and the stamp set is perfect for a teacher! WOW! Great job! Happy Valentine's Day!

Alyssa Walters said...

I am going to have to try using acetate on a card....I've seen so many lovely pieces with it, and this is no exception! I'm sure that Ms. Teacher will love the Valentine's's thoughtful and lovely! Happy V-Day!

Michelle said...

Oh how cute Latisha!!! You're just so clever. Love the acetate card, and the other valentines flower pot thing...(sorry) looks just AMAZING!
Thanks for the ideas!
Michelle SBS10

Charmaine (CharmWarm on SCS) said...

This is adorable! What a great gift!

Chrissy said...

what a wonderful valentine gift for a teacher to receive. I'm sure the teacher greatly appreciated all you hard work!

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