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Monday, August 15, 2011
Back to School!
School starts today and I wanted to share my back-to-school projects with you!
I started with an Apple Basket for the Teachers' Lounge.
I used the new Art Philosophy cartridge to create pennants (cut at 1-1/2" on my Expression) using papers from a mini deck I had in my stash. I love the old-fashioned look of these papers! The scale of a mini stack makes it perfect for a small cut.
I cut the tag from Locker Talk at 4-1/2" on my Expression. I added text from Microsoft Exotic Island BTN at 48pt for the word "happy" and from Adlib Bt at 16pt for the phrase "from the McConnell Family." I printed the text on a mini print from the stack and I incorporated more of the pennants for continuity.
Next, I made a lunchbox card for my daughter! I found the idea for the text on Pinterest and put together some Cricut cuts for my graphic.
The popped up fish tags are from Meow, cut at 2-1/2" on my Expression. The text is Microsoft Candy Round BTN at 30 point. I embossed the area above the text after printing.
My last project is a teacher gift. The teachers at my daughter's school add a Classroom Wishlist at the bottom of the supply lists that we (parents) receive. Usually I include a bag of teacher wishes but this year, I decided to allow this teacher to pick up whatever items were not provided by other families with a gift card from my family. (Pencils were on her wish list!)
I wanted come up with a fun way to incorporate the gift card and found the pefect tag cards on the Art Philosophy cartridge (page 50), cut at 4-1/2" on the Expression. The pencil is from Locker Talk, cut at 2". I embossed the front of the tag card. Inside, I used Terrifically Tacky Tape to attach the gift card and a little note.
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