August 31, 2011

Stampin' Royalty Challenge #87~ Theme: Back to School!



This week's Stampin' Royalty Challenge has a fun theme, Back to School!  This was perfect as "welcome back" presents for the boys' teachers were on my "to-do list":)

Don't you think the In Colour Ruffled Ribbon made the perfect little leaf on the apple?  I used the leftover pieces from the Triple Blossom Punch made the perfect little apple seeds!  If you're interested on a little video on how to make that apple, leave me a comment and I'll whip one up today!  Here's the link for the video that I did the following day:)  http://www.northshorestamper.com/2011/09/apple-video.html

As a teacher... I know that I'd be much happier to get some nuggets instead of an apple:)  Make sure to come and join us this week... I know that we'd all like to see what you come up with !

I was also so excited to be able to enter this in the Stamp Something weekly challenge which was Back to School as well!

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14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Absolutely Adorable that apple core is says LA. Love it and I would love to see a video on how to make it. Thanks

Marjorie Gibson said...

I too would love to see a video. I did a card a few years ago with an apple core, but a refresher would be great to see.

Anonymous said...

I would love to see a video. Lovely project.

Allison said...

This is super cute! My husband is a teacher too and I'm sure he'd love the chocolate! Where did you manage to find nuggets in Canada?

Wanda said...

So cute...can you teach me so Allan can give it to his grade 7 teacher.

Carrie Rhoades said...

Angela
Fun project, what teacher would not need chocolate! I also love your shaker card projects!

Kristine Burns said...

I love this! I didn't know you were a teacher. What is about Stampin UP and teachers? Looking forward to the video.

Pat's little corner of the world said...

LOVE,LOVE,LOVE it...p;ease do a video on this....love your site...
Thank you for sharing...

Anonymous said...

This is so great. What a thoughtful and yummy gift! I would greatly appreciate it if you could make a video so we know how to do it too.

Brandi Wiggins-Côté said...

This is fantastic! What a great idea for a teacher! I know I'd totally prefer chocolate over an apple...LOL!

Hugs,
Brandi

Charlotte said...

Absolutely LOVE this! Would LOVE to see a video, as I'm a visual person and "catch" things much easier with a video than with written instruction.

RedGem said...

Would love to see a video on this, I think it would make a wonderful embellishment to a Fall card. Tks for sharing your creation.

sewlynn said...

Would love a video on this as I am a retired teacher and have lots of teacher friends. Thanks!!

Angela McKay, Stampin' Up Demonstrator said...

Here's the video for the apple if you're interested:) http://www.northshorestamper.com/2011/09/apple-video.html