Monday, 29 June 2015

School's Out for Summer!!!

As I mentioned in another post from today, school it out and we are happy campers!!! This year Ethan helped me to make his teachers presents and it was so much fun stampin' with him :) He did an awesome job and was so very proud of himself when he saw the finished product! 

Stamping on our tissue paper - Ethan picked out which stamp he wanted to use for each teacher and also the colour he thought they would like best!

The finished product!

All wrapped up and ready to be delivered at their end of year picnic!

We plan to do much more stamping together this summer and what he doesn't know is that I have a special stamp set which I ordered just for him arriving next week...

Here are the challenges that inspired this project:

Sunday Stamps - sketch

Stampin' Royalty - colour combination

My Card:

Take the time to let your creativity bloom!

Card Recipe

Card Stock: So Saffron Textured DSP (retired), Crisp Cantaloupe (retired), Whisper White, 2013-2015 In Colour DSP Stack (retired) & Sweet Dreams DSP (retired) 
Inks: Crisp Cantaloupe, Pistachio Pudding, So Saffron & Chocolate Chip
Stamps: My Digital Studio Stamps
Embellishments: 5/8" Whisper White Organza Ribbon & Linen Thread
Tools: Scoring Tool & Labels Collection Framelits Die

Happy to have her big brother home for the summer <3 


  1. Oh my gosh, love, love your post! Such a beatuiful family you have Hayley! Adorabale kiddos! Such a sweet gift set you 2 made together. His teaches will love it. Thanks for sharing with Sunday Stamps!

  2. What a wonderful and thoughtful handmade gift! As a teacher myself, I would love to receive something so lovely from my students. Thanks for playing along at Sunday Stamps!

  3. What a great gift for a teacher and even more special that your son worked with you to create it!

    Thanks for joining us at Sunday Stamps!

  4. Hayley, this is fantastic! I LOVE the sentiment and being a retired teacher, I know I would cherish this special card and gift. So happy you joined us at Sunday Stamps! XX