It’s time to PARTY on craftsUprint with a 20% off discount code being announced. The code ends 1st July 2011 so you’ve got a couple of days to make your choices and place your order. There’s nothing quite like getting a discount to help build up your digital library of designs and kits while still saving money.
As well as the discount code the latest mailer showcases designs by some of the CUP Gold Designers, some CUP Latest News, Card Maker Spotlight.
The latest mailer, of the 27th June, can be seen by clicking -> here.
End of Term “Teacher” Cards
With so many children moving from one class to another, or one school to another, at the end of the next school year it’s nice to give a little “Thank You” card to the teacher they’ve been with for the last year.
- Teacher Card by Deborah Davies (This is a decoupage design, so has some cutting ins and outs but the design is quite chunky so isn’t very intricate. It comes with three suitable greetings.)
- Studious Mouse by Sheila Rodgers (Although this design can be used as a Good Luck card before exams, or a Congratulations after exams, it is also suitable to give to a teacher. It comes with a blank greetings panel.)
- Thank You Teacher! Male Pyramid Design by Amy Cummings (An easy to make card. The design sheet has two borders and a greetings panel included.)
- Thank You Teacher! Classroom Pyramid and Border Design by Amy Cummings (Quick and easy to cut and make pyramid design that comes with a couple of borders and greetings.)
- Books Card Front by Russ Smith (Books are very suitable for teacher cards. You can just use the main layer as a card front or cut out and add the books layer as well.)
- Mummy duck and ducklings Pyramid Sheet by Sarah Edwards (This design is just calling out for a caption “Follow me children – we’re going for a swimming lesson today”)
- Owls Pop Out Card by Sheila Rodgers (Think about what the child has done this last year – have they been taken on an educational visit to see birds, or studied them in the classroom? Whatever it is they’ve studied I’m sure you could find a suitable card on craftsUprint.)
- Roberts Flowers Easy Over the Edge Card n spiral pyramid by Carol Clarke (Flowers for teacher – this one would be nice for a little boy to give at the end of term.)
- Rosies Flower Cut and Fold Quick Card by Carol Clarke (This is the quickest and easiest card to make up from those highlighted in today’s blog post, but you could embellish it with glitter and gems if you wish. A nice one for a little girl to give to her teacher at the end of term.)
- Soft Pink Bed of Roses – Background Paper by Julene Harris (Remember that you can use background designs to make gift bags or boxes, which are a nice way to present a gift to teacher.)
You can see the cards Ive made using design sheets from CUP in my Crafter Showcase Area on Craftsuprint.com – here
(Just scroll down past the top boxes to see the cards.)