Tuesday, April 24, 2012

My Pink Stamper April Design Team Project

Welcome everyone to My Pink Stamper's Design Team Day, very late!! I just remembered a little bit ago I totally forgot to do my blog post for today. I have been helping my hubby with stuff at his office and I am just not cut out to be a working mom, that is for sure!! 

So, today all of us Pink Designer's created fun Teacher gifts and incorporated My Pink Stamper Stamps. I am super excited to show you what I created. I decorated a mason cookie mix jar I got as a gift. I thought it would be fun to create more of these for the kids teachers since this turned out so cute or at least I think so. I am going to pick up some jars at the store and search for a few recipes of different kinds of cookies or brownies I can put in the jars.


Paper:              
      Recollections 12x12 stack - Stitch in Time (Apple Paper & Green Paper)
      Recollections Card Stock (Red)
      Other paper from my Scraps (Green dot Paper & Brown)
Button - from Walmart
Twine - The Twinery in Cappuccino
Ink - Stampin Up in Early Espresso


My Pink Stamper Stamp Sets
  <--School Days & Yummy-licious-->

The apples are cut using my Gypsy and Cricut E2 from A Child's Year Cricut Cartridge. I cut the apples 2 times for the base layer to get the leaves green and the stem brown, cut the layer out of red. For the tags I did the same thing but flipped two of the apples to create the back of the hanging apples.


Don't forget to hop on over to Robyn, My Pink Stamper's blog to check out all the other amazing projects the rest of the Pink Designers created this month for some fabulous Teacher gift ideas!!! 

Thank you so much for stopping by today and come back tomorrow. I will be announcing the winners of my last two giveaways.

4 comments:

L.B. said...

These are such fun jars and the decor is great,

Missy said...

So cute Cristi, I love how you incorporated so many sentiments!

Simple Creations said...

I love the mason jar gift! Great job!

DIANA L. said...

Great idea super job showcasing the stamps.
Any teacher would love this

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