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Nov 12, 2010

Gettin' Digi - Pumpkin Teacher Treat

My sweet husband bought me the toy I *really* wanted for my birthday - a Cricut Expression! Yeah, he's the greatest!!! I'm so excited to finally have a chance to play with it - and start using the Templates from My Favorite Things.

I downloaded the Sure Cuts a Lot software so that I can use downloadable templates, instead of being limited to the expensive Cricut cartridges. This template from My Favorite Things, the Pumpkin Treat Box is priced at only $3.95! I think it would make an adorable hostess gift, or even place holders for Thanksgiving.

But what I really needed this week was a little pick me up for my son's teacher. She's caught a cold from all the sick little ones in her classroom, and when I saw her the other day she was feeling just terrible....

She's so sweet to my eldest son, and such a help to me managing his food allergies away from home. Poor woman has a HUGE classroom this year, and if you ask me a few um, shall we say characters... that can make for a challenging day even when you're feeling well.

My son helped me put together the treat box, and we've filled it with Hershey kisses. I paired it with a card featuring Lil' Pumpkin Pure Innocence (sorry, currently out of stock...) as well as the Clearly Sentimental about Teaching stamp set.
The sentiment reads "A teacher take a hand, opens minds and touches a heart."

Layout is Jen's current Sketch For You To Try. I used the Die-namic Perfect Bracket Edge which is such a fun accent piece, either for cutting fun edges on borders, or for sentiment placement. As the name states - perfect!

It is this month's Triple Scoop Stamp Set which means you can add it to your cart for FREE if you've purchased three full sized stamp sets.

I'm having a LOT of fun with the templates, and I'll have more to share with you soon!

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