I found some beautiful hanging flower baskets at Walmart for $3.88. I thought these would make a great gift for the last day of the week. I created this little sign to go in the basket.
Again for today's project, I used all scraps from my scrap bin. I love these little projects that help me reduce my scraps! The plaid pattern paper is 3" high x 3 3/8" wide. You probably can't tell in the picture, but this paper has glitter in it so it shines a bit. I used my corner punch to round the edges and I inked them with an orange Studio G ink pad. The white layer over it is 2 3/4" high x 2 5/8" wide and again I inked the edges with orange and used my corner punch and adhered it with foam tape for some dimension. The sentiment was printed on my computer using fonts: Action Is, Century Gothic, KG Strawberry Limeade, and Penshurst. I used Scotch quick dry glue to attach the tag to a popsicle stick I had left over from a St. Patrick's day project.
I thought the sign was too plain so I added the butterfly. It was an extra cut I had left over from another project I'm working on. This butterfly was cut with the Indie Art Solutions Cricut cartridge sized at 2 3/4".
I hope you enjoyed my projects for Teacher Appreciation Week. I had so much fun making these that I'm kind of sad it's over! I'll be back tomorrow with a cute Mother's Day card, hope to see you!