Our Craft Lounge is lettin’ loose a little surprise today – an official Design Team! Yep, you heard me right! Look at the list of major-talented stampers below….WOWZA, eh? I’m pretty sure I don’t really fit in with the talents of those peoples……but I’m tagging along for the ride and you can bet it will be a fun one! Kendra, the wonderful, awesome, talented and oh-so-organized, Kendra is the OCL Design Team Coordinator! She has come up with some great ideas for the team and one will be a weekly spotlight! Each week we will spotlight a different set and this week the light is on Bookworm! What perfect timing too!!? Just when we need graduation cards and teacher thank you gifts! I hope you find plenty of inspiration this week using Bookworm to help you out with all of your end-of-the-school-year projects, and if you are really a good stampin’ nerd….it’s never too early to get started on the beginning-of-the-year teacher gifts!!
I decided to use Bookworm to make a little teacher gift for my son’s teacher. I thought that it might be nice to have a cute little package of thank you cards ready to use when someone does something nice for her at school or when she receives other gifts from students. I tried to make some non-girly, just in case she needs one for a boy!
Card Details: I found the idea in the Papercrafts Magazine – 225 Cards and Gifts. It had directions for a box and some quick little thank you cards. I wanted to use smaller cards/envelopes, so I adjusted the measurements to fit my needs. I love the simple layout! I stamped the “Thanks” and the stack of books with the worm with Soot Black Ranger Ink. On a separate piece of paper, I stamped the stack of books with colored ink, cut it out, and glued it over the stack of black books. I colored the worm and “T” with Copic Markers and then shined them up a bit by adding Sakura Clear Glaze. All of the patterned paper is My Mind’s Eye and the cardstock and ribbon are SU.
The Lounge (OCL’s Forum)
Heather McNally will be overseeing the Fun Stuff in The Lounge! There is a new June Sketch ready for you to check out! You will find all of the information in the June Sketch thread– I love the twist on this Sketch challenge! Heather McNally is also organizing the first ever OCL-hosted Swap – so be sure to check that out too while you are lounging around!
I know – so much information…so many links!! But of course….there’s MORE!!
To introduce you to all of the girls on the team, we are having a little blog hop, so check out these girls!
I hope that you will come Lounge with us!