Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Cooking with Cricut Teacher Appreciation Challenge

Hard to believe it is already May and before we know it school will be out for another year.  This week at Cooking with Cricut the challenge is Teacher Appreciation.  Being I taught school for 33 years this is a challenge near and dear to my heart.  For my design team project I chose to make a Post it Note holder and card for my favorite teacher my daughter. 

Here is the completed project using Graphic 45 School Days paper and embellishments. 
I started with this acrylic frame from Michaels I bought for about $3. 
The apple is cut from the Cricut cart Doodlecharms at 3 inches for the post it note holder 
and 2 1/2 inches for the matching card.  
The ruler ribbon was from my LSS.  The small blocks I had in my stash which I think I got at Michaels.  
The two wood apples are button covers that I broke off the metal parts from to recycle.  
Thanks for stopping by and I would love for you to leave a comment.  Also would love for you to join us this week for the challenge at Cooking with Cricut.  Remember it's Teacher Appreciation card or gift.  We would love to see what you create.  

7 comments:

  1. Oh Suzanne, I just love the post it note holder!! That is so cool! I love those blocks you put on with Dani's name and just love, love the paper you used and ribbon!! Awesome my friend, so awesome! I also love the card and how it matches the post it note holder!! I know Dani just loved it!!!

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  2. What a wonderful note holder! All the detail is amazing! Great project!
    Carolyn
    http://cccscraproom.blogspot.com

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  3. fantastic note holder, hugs

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  4. Wow Suzanne, This is just amazing. What a cute idea for post it notes. I cannot believe all the details.
    charlotte

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  5. Great job! Totally love all the details you've added.

    Kimmi

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  6. Your details are absolutely fabulous! I love this!

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  7. What a sweet gift for your dear daughter! I am certain she will love it. Love all of the fantastic details, Suzanne! Great job!

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