Thursday, March 25, 2021

Teacher Slimline

Hi Crafty Friends,

It's challenge time with my friends over on the CCEE Stampers challenge blog.  As challenge hostess for the month, I finish off the month with one last challenge.

Apparently the 30th March is Pencil Day … For our challenge this week, feature pencils, colored pencils, crayons etc. on your card creations. Either use this medium to color your image, or feature an image of pencils, crayons etc.

As I had recently purchased Concord & 9th's Color Me Happy die set, which includes dies to create a crayon, of course I had to use it for my card today.

I used the crayon dies to die cut enough crayons to fit the width of my card using the ROYGBIV rainbow colors, I also added pink as I need to add two extra crayons and having equal colors looked better. After adding the crayons to my panel I created a Slimline Card.

To finish off the card I added the "teacher" sentiment using Honey Bee Stamps Special Teacher die set.

For the inside of the card I added the crayon off cuts from the front of the card to add a border on the bottom base card. 

I created a pop up card by creating a box pop up and added that to the centre of the card. I added the "Thank You" & "For All You Have Taught Me" sentiments which are from a Heffy Doodle Crafts stamp set.

To finish off the card I die cut 6 more crayons which I adhered around the back panel of the card. 

Don't forget to check out the CCEE Stampers blog (goes live 12 AM EST) to see the rest of the creations the CCEE Stampers created this week. You can also see more details of their creations on their individual blogs:


MiamiKel said...

Frances this is so colorful and sweet! Fabulous use of the pencil theme!

Liz Williams said...

Such a colorful card and any teacher will love it.

Lynn McAuley said...

This delightful card has me headed for Concord & 9th! I love this awesome design with your bold, bright crayons!! Sensational slimline design, Frances!

Lois said...

Great teacher card! We all need to thank the teachers of the world. I love those bold, bright crayons.

Karen Aicken said...

What a great teacher card!