Tuesday, November 11, 2008

November 11 - Thank You Mini Note

Audrey has the BEST teacher this year for Kindergarten. We were supposed to go on a Girl Scouts outing on Sunday that Audrey was really looking forward to, but I woke up Sunday morning horribly sick and knew I couldn't go. So Audrey's teacher who also has a daughter in Girl Scouts said she would be able to go with them. So I made this little thank you note for her - and yes, I do mean LITTLE. It's 2" x 2". I used some of my retired Stampin' Up! supplies on this one.

Thank You Mini Note


Ingredients:
  • Scalloped Circle Punch (SU!)
  • Whisper White Cardstock (SU!)
  • Spring Fling Designer Series Paper (SU!, retired)
  • Lovely Labels Stamp Set (SU!, dormant)
  • Basic Black ink (SU!)
  • Accent Tin Flowers (SU!, retired)
  • Stampin' Dimensionals (SU!)
  • Mini Pearl (Kaisercraft)
  • Black Micron Pen (Sakura)
Instructions:
  1. Cut your patterned paper to a 2" x 4" size and fold in half.
  2. Stamp your Thank You image and punch it out with the scalloped circle punch.
  3. Adhere your scalloped circle with Stampin' Dimensionals.
  4. Draw black dots on each of the scallops.
  5. Adhere your mini flower stickers and add a pearl in the center.

11 comments:

Tracy said...

super cute! and mini! I am sure her teacher will love it. :)

Melissa Sauls said...

What a cute little card! I'm liking that Spring Fling dsp too!

thescrapmaster said...

That is so kind of her teacher to do that for you. I hope you are feeling better now. The card is very cute, she will love it.

~Samantha

Kathy said...

Lucky teacher and how great was she to step in for you! She will love this card.

Liz said...

cute!!! the 2x2 size is fun... love that stamp punched with a circle!

Kelly Taylor said...

Great little card! Lucky teacher!

Angie said...

Adorable card!

carolyn mcdonell said...

great card!

Burninrubber said...

Cute! Feel better!

Amy J

katiesniche said...

What a cute thank you note. I'm loving the scallops!!

thescrapmaster said...

I left you a present on my blog :)

~Samantha