Sunday, August 26, 2012

More from It's Your Day

Last week was the first week of local schools, so a pretty busy one around here getting back into the swing of things.  It became even more hectic when my van decided to die in the pick-up line at school on Wednesday!  I could not believe it.  To complicate things even more, I needed to pick up another child at ANOTHER school immediately after.  What could have been a recipe for disaster, was completely averted by one of the wonderful teachers who works there.  She did not hesitate to come to my rescue by loaning me and my troop of kiddos her minivan!  I could have cried with gratitude right on the spot, but really needed to get my tail moving!  That night I used our amazing National Stamping Month set, It's Your Day, to make her this card:

Inside the card it says, "Thank you for being a part of mine!" 

You just never know when you might need a thank you card, and I am very blessed to have had these amazing supplies on hand to whip one up.  Simple.  Easy.  You get the picture--no trip to the store to squeeze in in order to buy a card--just a few minutes to put it together.  Done.  :)  You can do it too!  Here is a list of the supplies I used to make it.  You can order them on my website right now and even get the Double Stamp set, It's Your Day to boot for $5 with a $35 purchase! 

Baker's Twine Neutral Assortment
Colonial White Cardstock
Crystal Blue Ink Pad
Black Ink Pad
2 x 3.5 inch acrylic block
It's Your Day My Acrylix (only available with a $35 purchase until the end of September!)

Place your online order HERE!


  1. Cute card AND even cuter story! PTL for kind hearted people to make cards for.

    1. Thanks, I love simplicity. :) New battery in the van, so I am all set now, too!

  2. Teachers are special, I certainly agree. Love your card and I am sure she will also.

    1. They are awesome in every way over there for sure! :D

  3. Hi Amie, Oh what a kind and super lady helping you out. She really did save the day. And what an awesome card! I really don't use twine enough... :) It looks so great!


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