Sunday, April 27, 2008

teacher & military appreciation



need a quick gift that's sure to get smiles from chocolate lovers? make custom covers for those extra large candy bars. it's a great way to say thank you to all of those people that make a difference in your life throughout the year. sorry for the crummy picture quality!

the cardstock on the teacher candy bar is stamped with versamark ink and embossed with clear glitter embossing powder.

i was lucky enough to have these two featured in the may issue of creating keepsakes. ck is also offering four tags i designed as free downloads on their site. click on any of the tag pictures below to link to the download area. :)





flourishes on the tags are by anna aspnes' hipster plumes mega pack 2

supplies for the candy bars:
Military Candy Bar
Cardstock: Stampin Up; patterned paper: Basic Grey (green), Stampin Up (brown); canvas stamp, brads & ink: Stampin Up; ribbon: impressrubberstamps.com; software: Adobe Photoshop CS3, Adobe Systems; digital flourish: Hipster Plumes Mega Pack 2, Anna Aspnes, designerdigitals.com; font: Garamond (Microsoft); other: candy bar: Hershey

Teacher Candy Bar
Cardstock: Bazzill Basics (blue), Stampin Up (cream & green); patterned paper & flower sticker: Making Memories; flourish stamp: Impress Rubber Stamps; paper lace: Creative Imaginations; ink: Versamark, Tsukineko; embossing power: Stampin Up; glitter glue: Stickles by Ranger Industries; other: rhinestone; software: Adobe Photoshop CS3, Adobe Systems; digital flourish: Hipster Plumes Mega Pack 2, Anna Aspnes, designerdigitals.com; font: Garamond (Microsoft); other: candy bar: Hershey

12 comments:

Sara Ancich said...

Great ideas! What a treat.

We have one more week until teacher appreciation at my boys' school. I am trying to finalize a massive car wash for all of the teachers. Were calling it "Washin' cause your Wonderful!"

All the 5th grade students and PTA parents are pitching in for fun!

Hayley said...

I think I rememeber you posting the candy bars a long time ago. I loved the idea but forgot about it. It's a great idea when you just need a little gift or even just a little pick me up for someone!!

Thanks for sharing!!

Hayley

Linda said...

You rock! These are so cute. Thanks for the inspiration. I think I will give it a try.

Miss Onigur said...

Noel, these are great! I might have to "alter" a bit for "Mother's Day" for the little ones I watch, to give as gifts! ;)
TFS Veronica

Amy said...

Very cute! What a fun idea, thanks for sharing!! Amy

Brock Family said...

I loved the candy bar idea when I saw in the CK mag. Too cute! Thanks for the photo tips on your last post too! I am always in need of anything like that! I feel very photo illerate most of the time!

Elizabeth said...

wow those are great candy bars. Thanks for the inspiration!! :)

briTT&joNNy said...

how cute, Noel! I am stiLL DYING to sEE what you did with your Scarlet Lime kit! I am hoping something you do wiLL inspire me b/c I am at a loSS with what to make next! Your stuFF always sEEms to get the baLL roLLing! :) Did you buy anything at the kit sale?

Pamela said...

Great stuff...thanks for posting the link, I think I will make a card with one of your designs this weekend. :)

Cookie said...

Hey Noel, Your so crafty! I'm going to make some cards for mops and was wondering if you have a idea for the front...was thinking yearbook style...thanks for the memories....whatcha think? Any ideas? Thanks

noel joy said...

hey andreena...
i think yearbook style would be really cute. i'll try to think of some ideas and send them your way. :D

noel

tina said...

Thanks for the great idea. And beautiful work I might add.... =) I bought 10 candy bars and I am off to create them.

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