Thursday, April 5, 2018

You're a Class Act - Teacher Appreciation Cards

I think I've included an apple die cut on every Teacher Appreciation card so far. I hope the cafeteria workers and bus drivers don't mind apples on their cards. I'll be dropping off the cards next month for the school principal to hand out so I'm not making any specific cards for certain people. Except for my daughter's teacher, of course. 😊


Paper - Echo Park - Paper & Glue collection
Sentiment stamp - Reverse Confetti
Apple die - Reverse Confetti
Stitched rectangle die - MFT
Ink - Reverse Confetti



Paper - Echo Park - Paper & Glue collection
Sentiment stamp - Reverse Confetti
Apple die - Reverse Confetti
Brads - from stash
Ink - Reverse Confetti


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8 comments:

  1. Wow Kristie, very cute cards. You are so thoughtful.

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  2. Love these cards and love your style!!! I get inspired every time I see your cards and videos

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    1. Thank you, Betty! I appreciate your kindness and support. :)

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  3. These are great! I haven't even started working on card for the teachers, other than the staff birthday cards I do monthly. Thanks for the inspiration!

    Hugs, Monica
    https://monicascraftcorner.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thank you, Monica! I think it's great that you make staff birthday cards. I'm sure the cards are greatly appreciated. :)

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  4. This is so striking! And as a cafeteria worker (yes, really) and former elementary school teacher, I would love to receive a card that has an apple on it. Cafeteria (or kitchen) workers are often (unintentionally) overlooked because we are tucked away from the rest of the staff. I know you will touch so many people with your thoughtfulness! Have a great day!

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    1. Thank you, Jeanne! I agree there are many staff members that get overlooked. Sometimes the people behind the scenes are the hardest workers. I'll admit, I've never met any of the cafeteria workers at my daughter's school. But I know they work hard and deserve acknowledgement. :)

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