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Apple Notecards for Teachers

Hi!  Made some notecards for my kids' teachers for Xmas.  Same idea as last year!  But the teachers receiving them are different.  I used each of the apple designs from PTI's Teacher's Apple stamp set on cream cardstock and envelopes.

Wrapped up 12 notecards and envelopes for each of the teachers. 

I stamped their names beneath the apples using Just Rite stampers tiny alphabet set.

I've had the above stamp for a few months now and I haven't used it yet so I'd like to give it away.  I don't think we have that many readers so I'll send this stamp to the first person that leaves a comment on this post (not including Cheryl, of course).  Sorry, but I think I have to limit this to the US only.  Hope someone can put this stamp to good use.

Thanks for reading and have a great week!

Comments

Cheryl said…
Cute apple notecards! Great idea for teachers' gifts. Not even sure what I'm going to give this year, I usually go the gift card route, quick and easy. Nice blog candy! What do you mean not me?! Just kidding! I'll try to find something to give away one of these days too, I think I have to clean out my scrap area first.
Lorraine said…
Hi Eva. Just wanted to say that your note cards are darling! I love the teacher's apple stamp set, too. Oh and no, I'm not posting for the stamp. He's a real cutie, but it's tough to use "snowy" stamps in Hawaii, LOL! Have a great one!
Amy said…
This is such a cute idea for teachers Eva! Beautiful presentation too!
Sorry, I don't need the Trevor stamp either.

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