Monday, May 20, 2013

LNS Challenge 223 & TSSC264

Good Monday morning all and welcome to this weeks challenges.  Our challenge this week at LNS is to do a teacher gift/card.  And again, I combined that with my Technostamper Monday Lunch Time Sketch challenge this week.  I made some notes for my granddaughter's teacher and put inside a note card holder.  And the outside of the holder I used the sketch.  I was very happy with the way it turned out.  I actually used My Digital Studio to create the layered part of the front of the holder and used the kit Spring Break II.  I made the butterfly circle a 1 3/4 to match the circle punch I had on hand.  I thought it turned out great.  So here is my sample for both challenges this week.


Now here is how the stationary on the inside looks and I used the same kit and placed 4 of them on a 8 1/2 X 11 piece of White card stock!


Now for the inside view!


Now isn't that just the cutest set.  I used regular copy paper for the note paper.  And, I am sure you are wondering where I got these directions.  I actually got the first instructions back in June of 2008 when she originally posted the directions at Dannie's Designs.  What a talented woman she is and a great video along with the directions you can just print out.  So please stop by her blog and let her know I sent you.

All items used are Stampin' Up! except the envelopes
My Digital Studio for DSP and butterfly circle.
Kit used is Spring Break II (elements and DSP)
retired eyelets and retired ribbon.
envelopes are small and some left over from my daughter's wedding rehearsal RSVP's

Again, thanks for stopping by and hope you enjoy your Monday!

3 comments:

NickelNook said...

So very pretty, Jonia! I love the papers you used! What a wonderful gift! :o)

Cherie said...

Your Notecard set is gorgeous! Love the beautiful colors you used! I don't have MDS but will try to make one of these with stamps etc. Thanks so much for sharing!

MJ said...

Love how you laid out the inside note cards. What a wonderful project! Great job combining the two challenges!