Whew! I just looked at my last post and can't believe it's been two months since I posted a card or at least some silly musings!
Things have been crazy in the Karpen house since April 5th. My husband and I have accepted jobs in Atlanta at Emory University in Pediatrics and the Karpen family will soon be saying goodbye to Houston. More to come on that...
The first of our goodbyes happened last week when our son and daughter had the last days at their schools. We have been at River Oaks Elementary School for the past 7 years with one or both of our kids and will miss it dearly- what a special place!
Such a special teacher deserves a very special card (and then some-lol!) so I went to work making her a card for her keepsake box!
When in doubt for the cutest teacher cards, look no further than Heather Ellis' "Pure Innocence" and "Boy and the Dog" images. I purchased these digital images from her last year and use them every time I need a cute teacher card.
Emily's card was for her science teacher, Ms. Moore, who was the favorite this year. This card was very similar but I added flower shaped buttons to make it a bit more girly:))
That's it for today- tomorrow I will have pictures of my VERY clean and neat craft room to show you- its' hard to get motivated to create anything because I know it all has to be spiffed up each day since we are trying to sell our house! Here's keeping fingers (and toes!) crossed!
Stamps: Heather Ellis- Pure Innocence
Paper: Crumb Cake, Whisper White, Real Red, Playdate DP
Ink: Epson 3800 Printer, Copic markers
Accessories: SU: Buttons, red twine, dimensionals, Sizzix Big Shot; Nestability die