Today is Savannah's Christmas party at preschool. Last night I thought "I don't have anything for her to take in for the class!" So, I whipped these up VERY quickly this morning. . .and I mean quickly! All I did was put some candy in a cello bag, tie it with some grosgrain ribbon, and add a tag. The stamp is from another one of the Studio G clear stamp sets I got. I thought it would make a nice, simple tag that I didn't have to color. So, if you're ever down to the last minute. . .this is probably as simple as you can get AND you won't be so heartbroken thinking about the kids just "ripping it open"! LOL SUPPLIES USED: Stamps- Studio G clear stamp set; Ink- Purely Pomegranate, Wild Wasabi; Paper- Whisper White, Wild Wasabi, Purely Pomegranate; Accessories- cello bag, 1 1/4" and 1 3/8" circle punches, white grosgrain ribbon.
I wanted to respond to a comment I received the other day since there was no link to an email address:
Debi has left a new comment on your post "For Mom": Congrats on the "Honorable Mention" The note Cards are just awesome. Did you also make your mom the envelopes for the note cards?Do you have just a quick tutorial on making note cards. Silly question I know, but I haven't made them before and am not sure. Does everyone of your note cards have the lovely ribbon around it? Did you make a note card holder? If so, How?Well, again a wonderful project and I know your mom has to be so proud of all the beautiful items you make and especially the ones she receives.....Hugs,Debi
Debi--To answer your questions, I just put regular invitation envelopes with the card set. I didn't decorate them or anything. The notecards themselves are 4.25" square, so I just cut cardstock into 4.25"x8.5" pieces and folded in half. Yes, each notecard had the ribbon around it and yes, I did make the notecard holder. It was from a pattern I got in a Papercrafts magazine a while back. I'm hoping to have some time to make up a little tutorial for you, but we'll see how that goes with baby! :) Hope that answered your questions!