Card Recognition

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Tricycle thank you


I made these CAS little thank you note cards for my son's preschool teachers as a goodbye present. Being me they're all just slightly different (I was having fun with the corner rounder). Thank you Susan at Simplicity for showing me that one layer cards can do the trick. I was inspired to make these based on this card. Critter Challenge is celebrating thank you cards this week. Crazy 4 Challenges is doing black/white and red. Crafty Ho's is doing black and white and one color.

Materials: Paper Source tricycle stamp, Hero Arts sentiment, Versacolor red & blue ink, Stampin Up black ink, corner rounder

11 comments:

Karen B. said...

These are adorable, and perfect for the occasion. You got them done, eh?

Heidi said...

Erin-
These cards are lovely. So Clean and crisp looking. Perfect for teachers! Thanks for playing along with the Critter Sketch Challenge Blog.

Gisèle said...

This is a great sketch! That tricycle is adorable.

Deb Neerman said...

WoW, these are just fabulous, Erin! Love that image and the sentiment ... clean and simple and perfect!

PS: Added you to my blog roll ... hope that's okay?

Michele said...

These are such a simple but nice set of Thank you cards! Thanks for playing the Critter Sketch Challenge.

Nancy said...

I love the simplicity of your card and such a great gift. Thanks for playing along with the Critter sketch Challenge.

Lisa Somerville said...

Super cute CAS card! Thanks for playing at the CSCB.

Tammy Miller said...

This is so sweet, and you colored it beautifully. Thank you so much for entering this in our challenge at The Crafty Ho’s ! Hope to see you again for our next challenge!

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Kathryn B said...

I just love the simplicity of these Thank You notes! Fab job!

Thanks for playing along with The Critter Sketch Challenge this week!

Moira said...

CAS.. love it!

Thanks for playing at the Critter Challenge Blog... hope to see you again next week!