Pop N Cut Teacher

A friend of mine needed a birthday card for her son’s pre-school teacher.  It needed to have space for all the children to sign it.   This is what I came up with for her.

The banner was added simply to pick up some color from the Story Time Designer Series paper.  Even the chalkboard is from the paper pack – with a little bit of White Craft ink around the edge.

There are only 8 children in this class – hope it’s enough space for them to sign! 

Stamp Sets – Cross My Heart, Family Reunion, Itty Bitties
card stock – Riding Hood Red, WIld Wasabi, Pumpkin Pie, So Saffron, Story Time Designer Series Paper, Crumb Cake, Basic Black
Ink – Jet Black Stazon, Whisper White Craft ink
Etc – Pop N Cuts Dress Form insert and base, Dress Up Framelits, small heart punch, Bird punch, 1 3/4 circle punch Circle #2 die, Cute Clips, Baker’s Twine, sponge dauber

Not real involved – but cute and fits the purpose.  Hugs, Fran

Updated: March 7, 2013 — 1:44 pm


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  1. Hello Fran: Well, there is an infinite number of themes for this beautiful dresses and this one is one for the books!! It’s not just the dress but what you do around it, I just absolutely love it. This would be a fabulous card for Teacher’s Day or for the last day of school to thank the teachers for the wonderful job they do teaching our kids and grandkids.
    Thank you again for the inspiration. You are amazing!!!!!

  2. this is simply outstanding!! thank you for sharing your talents and whimsy work. stay well, annmarie

  3. As a retired educator, it would have thrilled me to bits to have received such a beautiful card. Well Done.

  4. This card is so cute, I love what you’ve done with the Pop N cuts. I wasn’t going to buy the die insert, but you’ve made me want it.

  5. This is fabulous!!!! Great use of that DSP…I’ve used only a small amount but this is wonderful! Now to buy those dies…LOL! TFS~!

  6. Hey! I don’t remember seeing this! Saw it on Pinterest and came clicking right over. I LOVE it! You are truly the “whisperer” for this insert. Obviously the dress form needs a name, and that name is . . . Fran!

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