Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Valentine Thank You

I was a very lucky teacher this year to get lots of plants and beautiful bouquets of flowers from my students for Valentine's Day.  To show my appreciation, I whipped up some simple cards to send to them.  My card base is my favorite for making student thank you notes:  Recollections 3.5" x 4.8" cards and envelopes.  I love the smaller size and the embossing on them!

I used the My Creative Time Stitched Scallop Heart Die Set to make my patterned hearts and topped them with a cork heart made with the MCT Stitched Button Dies, tied with a little Thin Hemp from Liz's Paper Loft Boutique.  The sentiment is from MCT's Chunky Jar Accessories.

I had fun using different scraps to change up the look of the various cards!

Products used on this card:


  1. So pretty...nice and simple too...fabulous!! Lee-Ann :)

  2. Very pretty!
    Miranda :)

  3. Your thank you notes are adorable. The little cork heart is a nice touch, it adds texture without taking over the card.

  4. I was amazed at how many beautiful plants you got from your students! How lovely that is and you are so nice to send a thank you! Always beautiful creations on your blog Katie! Love and Hugs, Cathryn :)

  5. what a lucky girl to get all those sweet gifts! darling thank you cards, katie!

  6. Thanks so much for sharing this. I already had pieces cut out if this die, so I mixed and matched and came up with something similar. These are so quick to make.

  7. Your cards are sooo PRETTY Katie!!!:)

  8. Ooh, I love these, Katie!!! :) Simple, but oh, so pretty! Perfect for mass-producing.

    Thank you for sharing!

    Crafty hugs,

    partridgelu at yahoo dot com

  9. Katie ~ Oh these turned out PERFECT!! So CAS too! I bought those cards because of you and still haven't used them! I LOVE that you use cork ~ again I have because of you ~ with the new button dies!! I bet the students LOVED recieving your TU cards! Plus it just shows with all the flowers how much they adore you!!!


Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.