Back To School….

It’s hard to believe that the summer is almost over and the kids are going back to school soon.  This cute card will be sent to a child just starting Kindergarten.  It will also be entered into the ADFD Challenge Blog, which asked for a card made with “School Paper.”

The Apple image is by A Day For Daisies, which just happens to be one of my favorite digital stores. This cute image can be found there, but please check out her other lovely images of women, children, mermaids, animals, fantasy themes, etc. The images just seem to “flow” from her pen.

The patterned paper is called “School Days” and is an “Oldie” by Provo Craft and dated 1995. The blue and white paper on the corners was cut from a sheet of matching paper called “School Days Quilt.” The ruler ribbon is from JoAnns and the sticker was in my stash.

I colored the image with my Copic Markers. The sentiment is typed on my computer and cut with a Spellbinders Die, and I also used a Gina Marie Die called “Stitched Hexagon.” The apple is fussy-cut and the worm and leaves are 3-D.  I used foam dots for this.

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6 comments

  • I love the use of the ruler! Thanks for using school paper and joining us at the A Day for Daisies Challenge blog. Good luck in the draw, and please join us again soon.
    Love
    Jen Leeflang
    A Day for Daisies DT

  • What an adorable back to school card! Love it!
    Thank You for playing along with Addicted To Stamps and More – Anything Goes Challenge!

  • What a lovely idea for a card. I can’t believe the holidays are almost over! Thank you for joining us at Addicted to Stamps and More. Good Luck!

    Emma (DT Member)

  • This will be positively TREASURED by the lucky kindergartener, Dee! Love the whole layout. So back-to-school (my favorite time of the year)!! Thanks for playing along with our August “Use School Paper” challenge at ADFD. Good luck! Hugs, Cathy

    • Dee Scraps

      Thank you. It was a fun image to work with and the card will be staying in the family. 🙂

      Dee