You’re Appreciated Teacher Gift Set

We have another fun sketch this week with My Favorite Things.   I used this opportunity to create a card and notepad for my daughter’s teacher (who truly is appreciated).

My card and notepad were totally inspired by my fellow MFTeam mates.  I used An Apple for Teacher à la modes, Mini Scallop Edge Die-namics (along the top edge of the red patterned panel), Simply Scallops Small Die-namics (beneath the red patterned panel) and Well Worn Label Die-namics for the sentiment.

I finished the inside, leaving plenty of room for my daughter to write a short personal note.

I was especially happy with how the note pad turned out.  :)

I used the Well Worn Label die once again, but added some tiny brads in that spot this time.   (I need to take my camera in for cleaning.  I keep getting that dark dot-on the right at the floor line- on all of pics.)  :/

Along the bottom, I used By The Letters Die-namics to create the “notes.”

You can find direct links to DT samples HERE on the MFT blog.  The info is also posted in the MFT Forum in SCS.  (Look for the most recent WSC thread numbered 72.)   And remember, if you upload your card to the SCS gallery using the keyword shown on the sketch, you will have the chance to win up to $20 in MFT money!  One winner is chosen at random each week.

Thanks for visiting!  Have a great day!  :)

8 Responses to You’re Appreciated Teacher Gift Set

  1. oh gosh, this is such a wonderful set! she is going to love it! :)

  2. Terrific coloring, great layout and your matching note pad is awesome, great idea!

  3. especially like the note pad. But both are lovely.

  4. So cute! What a great gift. Love the bright colors.

  5. Great teacher’s card and notepad. Love the colors and design. TFS

  6. Oh goodness, this is FANTASTIC! I love this idea for a teacher gift. Super cute!

  7. These look great, Michele! I especially like the notepad!

  8. Stunnng! What else can I say? This is so cool, lots of red, perfect design and awesome coloring! Love it Michele

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