3 stacks of monogram notecards I made for Teacher Appreciation Day. (One of the orange ones is left out to show a bit more detail). I made a stack of 10 for each teacher (for the kids in elementary....doing something different for my one middle schooler). Each set was made with the same patterned paper, had the teacher's first initial, and their fav color! I purposefully did not use the initial of their last names, OR use school-themed patterned paper, so that they could use these cards in their "normal" life, not just in school. I figured these ladies received enough school related items, and would appreciate something that could be used at home and in their personal lives as well.
The notecards are blank inside. The purpose of these cards is so each lady has a stack of ready to go notecards at hand whenever they need to write a quick note to someone; for example, a thank you note to a friend. Of course, they can also use these to write notes to parents if they so choose. The ideas for these notecards and the design came from My Pink Stamper (who many of you have heard me refer to as my new scrap hero LOL!). Her notecards can be seen here http://www.mypinkstamper.com/2009/01/cricut-series-11-episode-82.html SO ADORABLE!! I had a lot of fun making these cards, the kids had a lot of fun helping me make them, and from the look on the teachers' faces, they enjoyed receiving them!! TFL!!
Patterned paper & all cardstock by Paper Studio; Clear boxes from clearenvelopes.com; all ribbon by paper studio; Cricut carft room to create monograms; Cricut carts Forever Young & Once Upon a Princess