Thank You Mrs. Masters

First, I want to point out the image in the upper right sidebar.  If you would like to receive my Stampin' Up! monthly newsletter via email, just click on that image and it will take you to a page to fill out the information.  Then I will add you to the monthly mailing list.  Now, for the card I made today.

Tate's teacher, Mrs. Masters gave each of the students a little something for Easter last Friday, so I wanted to make her a thank you card that had a child and school feel, so I thought of my new set Very Thankful.

 I love, love, love the stamp set, Very Thankful from Stampin' Up!  for a couple of reasons: 1. It has four cute thank you images, and 2. $2.00 of each set goes to the Ronald McDonald House.  My friend, Heather and her son Owen are still up at the Ronald McDonald House in Minneapolis, and she cannot say enough positive things about their experience there.  Now, that I have someone close to me that has needed to use the resources of RMH I understand their importance.  This is a set that keeps giving.



I used my aqua painter (waterbrush) again with my ink pads.  I wanted this image to scream children.  That is the nice thing about using your waterbrush...it doesn't have to be perfect.


Materials used are stampin’ up! Unless noted
Stamps: Reconnaissance (#115338), fast flowers standard wheel (#109679)
Paper: bordering blue cardstock (#102630), gARDEN GREEN Dsp, REAL RED CARDSTOCK (#102482), WHISPER WHITE CARDSTOCK (#1007300
Ink: bordering blue (#102265), garden green (#102272), real red (#103133)
Accessories: red gingham ribbon (#104827), white button, blue thread, stampin' around handle (#102971), cutter kit (#106958), aqua painter (#103954), red brads
Punches: none
Techniques: watercoloring with aqua painter


Oops!  I put the incorrect stamp set name the first time.  Reconnaissance would be if you want the French version.  HA HA!  

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8 comments:

Sparkle said...

Such a cute card!

Sue from Oregon said...

So very cute!

Sharli said...

Kim,
Darling thank you Mrs. Masters card! A+ I would say!

{giggle}

Jeanne said...

Such a cute card and love that the set helps such a worthy cause. Sweet teacher to give her students a little giftie!

Barb said...

Adorable card Kim. I love this set. I like the background you created for your 'kid' too. Nice job with the Aqua Painter.

Lynn Mercurio said...

Oh Kim...this is just adorable!

Anonymous said...

Kim please replace the blades in your paper trimmer.

Kim Burmeister said...

I do replace the blades in my paper trimmer. I distressed the paper on this card on purpose with a paper distresser. I guess I should have written that in the description.

Have a great day!