Sunday, 23 June 2013

Another Teacher card

Another card for a teaching assistant, this time inspired by Tina, this week's featured stamper at Splitcoast.  Here's Tina's original - I kept the thank you theme and basic layout, but didn't do any embossing and had intended to have a different strip down the right side, but completely forgot.

All stamps from Paper Smooches, no real colouring required!

Simon Says ... summer fruits  (though would apples be classed as an autumn fruit??)
Stampin for the Weekend - anything goes
A little bit Crafty June challenge - something sweet
Oozak #16 - anything goes with a sentiment

ETA: Challenge winner over at A Little bit Crafty :)


  1. This is marvellous Lynne. Love the apples on the notebook page.

  2. Oh this is fabulous Lynne.

  3. Gorgeous card Lynne :-) I love the apples for the teacher ,, am sure Lesley will love this :-)

    thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Challenge
    Lols x x x

  4. so stunning lynne.the apple are fab, a really perfect card for a teacher :D

    xx coops xx

  5. Adorable card!! Love how you made them apples!! Very "sweet"!

    Thank you very much for joining us this week at the Simon Says Stamp Challenge Blog!


  6. Love how you use this Apple stamp on your cards and they are all so different chum great makes...
    Hugs Sarah x

  7. Fab card, I love your paper piecing. Thanks for joining us at A Little Bit Crafty.

  8. Amazing job, thank you for joining the Oozak Challenge!



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