Thursday, 20 August 2015

Teacher Thanks

Afternoon folks.
Just a quick post of a card I made awhile ago for my grandson's teacher to say thanks.
I'd taken a photo but forgotten all about it, but it suits the latest challenge over at ATCAS.
So here it is, better late than never!

It uses a digi I won awhile ago from Sweet and Sassy Stamps and thought that it would suit this type of card very well.
I coloured the cheeky mouse and rosy apple with Copics before fussy cutting out. I stamped the thanks from the STAMPlorations Boxed Blooms set in Memento Grey Flannel on the base card then attached the apple and mouse to the frame and mounted it all up on pads.
Job done.

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  1. A perfect Thank you card JUles, such a sweet mouse and a great layout...consider yourself "pinned"...again!! xx

  2. So adorable Jules!! I bet your g/s teacher loved it. xx

  3. So cute and well done - I know the teacher appreciated your thoughtfulness!
    Sandy xx

  4. Awww so adorable! Thank you for sharing with ATCAS!

  5. Oohhh this is such a great image and lovely design. Thanks for joining us over at ATCAS.

  6. This is just darling--love the design!

  7. Your apple is colored so beautifully that it just "popped" right out of the gallery!
    Thanks for joining us at ATCAS.

  8. Such a sweet CAS card, Julie! I love how you achieved so much dimension on the apple with your Copics, and that little mouse is too cute! Thanks so much for playing along with us this week at Addicted to CAS!

  9. What a thoughtful grandmother you are to make the teacher a card as cute as this, Jules! He or she will treasure and appreciate it!! Hugs, Darnell

  10. This is adorable Julie! I love that sweet image and it's colored beautifully, fab CAS design too!
    Hugs, Tammy

  11. Your grandson's teacher must feel so special to get this lovely creation! Super adorable, Julie!

  12. super cute and adorable mouse :) loved it. Thanks for joining us at ATCAS


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