Thursday, May 6, 2010

Teacher Appreciation Gift Set

Did you know that it's Teacher Appreciation Week? Our principal treated us to a fabulous lunch today...chicken salad, rolls, veggies/dip, crackers, chips, cookies, brownies...YUMMO!!! Thanks, Anita!

To show my appreciation as well, I made a gift set for my kiddos' teachers....nothing like waiting until the last minute! I'm pleased with the result...clean & simple was my motto for these:)

Each gift set includes two cards of each style below. Here's a thank you card...



a birthday card...



and an all occasion card.



Here's the trio stacked together...



How darling is this fancy favor filled with Hershey's Nuggets & Kisses?



All of the above were placed inside of a mini lunch tin and topped off with a mini card/tag.



Here's the mini card/tag all by itself.



Hope you liked my project using two fabulous stamp sets from the new Summer Mini Catalog, Elements of Style & Watercolor Trio! Feel free to share your teacher gift ideas by leaving a comment and/or link to your project so I can check it out:)
TGIF tomorrow!!!



Stamps: Elements of Style, Watercolor Trio
Paper: Hawaiian Shores, Aqua Mist, Rich Avocado CS & Green Bouquet (Papertrey Ink)
Ink: Hawaiian Shores & Rich Avocado (Papertrey Ink)
Other: Hawaiian Shores Grosgrain, Aqua Mist & Rich Avocado Twill (Papertrey Ink)


7 comments:

torico said...

Great CAS creations!

Julie said...

CAS, just my style!!! Wonderful job on these....I especially love your color combos for these!

Heather Jensen said...

Love these! I love the paper and the hummingbird is amazing. :)

Always Playing with Paper said...

What a wonderful gift for the teacher! Our principal treated us to a nice lunch too! It feels so good to be recognized!!!

Smiles,
Lesley :)

jamfiescreations1 said...

Wow Stacey, this is such a beautiful gift set, I wish I were getting one.

Natasha said...

Just wonderful Stacey. I'm sure the teachers who received them were delighted!

Angie Tieman said...

Wow! What a great teacher appreciation gift!! That is one lucky teacher!!