Today, the kids are back in school from the Holiday break and I am running to catch up!!! So, I am afraid my installment for today’s KS Crew Challenge must be a quick one… but, there was no way was I going to miss out on this challenge hosted my KS Crew member, Julie Masse!!!
Julie’s challenge for us today is to: Create a set of Thank You cards. “Quick & easy”- something you can reproduce fairly quickly – yet still be fabulous! 🙂
Here is mine… it is a set of quick & simple one layer card, but love how it turned out :D:
Now, I must admit, this set of cards was a Holiday Gift for my oldest son’s teacher. I fell in love with these small 3.5″x5″ red (Mars) envelopes from Stardream (no extra postage needed – Yeah!). I found them about 2 days before the last day of school before the Holidays. Yes, nothing like waiting for the last minute! 😀
So, I cut and scored all the card stock to make a set of 8 cards. Lined all the cards up as you will see below. Then stamped all of step #1, then all of step #2… and so on until 30 minuets later, I was done a had a finished set of 8 cards! Now, if you every stamped with me, you would know this was a World Record!!!! It usually takes me 30 mins. just to decide which stamp set I want to use!!!! LOL!
Thank you Julie … your challenge had perfect timing! I do hope to do another “new” set later in the week! 😀
Please don’t forget to check out what the KS Crew has created for more Monday Kitchen Sink inspiration for today’s challenge!
Kitchen Sink Crew:
Julie Masse – KS Crew Challenge Hostess
Materials – Stamps: 3 Step School Days from Kitchen Sink Stamps. Paper: Stamper’s Select White Card stock from Papertrey. Stardream – Mars 3.5″x5″ envelopes. Ink: (all Memento) Apple – Step #1 – Lady Bug stamp off 1x, Step #2 Lady Bug, Step #3 Rhubarb Stalk, Step #4 Sweet Plum. Leaf – Step #1 Pear Tart, Step #2 Babmboo Leaves. Sentiment – Onyx Black from VersaFine. Embellishments: Sakura Clear Star pen for some sparkle down the center of the leaf. Red organza ribbon from Michael’s to tie the set together.