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Teacher thank you cards

Hello again!  My daily crafting has led me to be a more consistent blogger!  I finished up the thank you cards for my kids' teachers.  So many teachers this year!  I made 10 so I hope that is enough.

This card is probably familiar looking.  I did make similar ones, maybe last year?  The difference being the gold thanks sentiment I made using Lawn Fawn's die.  I've actually been using this die a lot.  The apple is die cut with My Favorite Things apple die using washi paper.  I also just rounded the bottom corners of this card just a bit.

This is all 10 of them.

My youngest one just reminded me that I should start making their traditional birthday card/bookmarks too.  Another project to add to my list!

I've been working on something different the past couple days that I'll share with you in my next post.  I'm very excited about it!

Thanks so much for stopping by!


Comments

Oh, how cute is that? I love how you used washi paper for the apple. Can't wait to see your next post. Have a super fun and crafty day.
Rachel Parys said…
These are perfect!! Great for teachers, and easy layout to make several in a short amount of time! Super idea!
Denice said…
Super cards. They are simple to duplicate and adorable....just perfect for a teacher. Wish I had thought of something like this when my kiddos were in elementary school. :Dxx
Leanne said…
These are perfect Eva! I should make some for my godson/his mom. She's so not a crafty person! hahaha!
Hope all is well.
oh look at you, something new? can't wait to see it!
xoxo
Cheryl said…
Cute apple cards! At least you're making good use of the apple die, you could get away with making the same card every year for the next year's teachers. So cute that your little one is already looking forward to his bookmark!

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