So is it Teacher Appreciation week at your house? We have been crazy each night putting together the next day's gifts! I really try to spoil my kids' teachers because, well, they put up with a lot! My girls are sweet, but not wallflowers in the least! So, I want them to know just how much I appreciate their patience and tolerance!
Day one we did the Bucket of Drinks.
Day two, my husband brought them all Pei Wei for lunch!
Tomorrow, we are doing cupcake in a jar.
Today, we gave them each a set of note cards!
I joined Heather Summers this month for her online class called My Digital Studio Made Simple 2.
It's been so fun and I love to watch her do stuff on MDS! It's very exciting and gets my blood pumping to CREATE! One tutorial she did had me going crazy! She showed us how to make these little personalized note cards and matching envelopes! All on My Digital Studio!
First, I created the little note cards, they were about 2.75 X 5.5 I think.
Then, I created these little 5 1/2" squares for the envelopes. I send them to Stampin' Up to print. When they arrived I was in awe at how beautiful they were! It was my first time ordering something digital! Gorgeous and very high quality!
For the envelopes, I scored them at 2" using my diagonal plate on my Simply Scored.
We have 4 main teachers in our life. My oldest daughter's teacher loves wiener dogs, so this was a natural choice!
SO, if your interested in My Digital Studio, you can download it RISK FREE for 30 days. I think this is an awesome way to see if it's really something you might use. I have become highly addicted to MDS. It in no way replaces real paper and stamps, but it's a great supplement for other projects! Not only can it do things like this above, but it's great for designing digital elements. My blog header and buttons were created on MDS. And, it's very user friendly. So, if your interested, hop over to my SU Site and download it for FREE!
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