Wednesday, July 9, 2014


My daughter's Sunday School teacher is retiring soon so I wanted to make something EXTRA special as a thank you for the years she has poured herself into molding the lives of kids!
I made the above "envelope" out of a white lunch bag.
 Tucked inside is an mini envelope with a cash appreciation gift and...
 ...a simple embossed card to write out our gratitude to her.
Inside the card I included Isaiah 52:7 -- I thought it was especially appropriate for this occasion.
A view of everything tucked inside.
Supplies used: Sewing Machine, Branch Punch (Martha Stewart), Embroidery Deep Edge Punch (Martha Stewart),  3-D Flowers Die (Sizzix), Beaded Ovals Nestabilities, (Spellbinders), Large Flower and Leaves Slim Punch (ek success), Birds and Swirls embossing folder (Provo Craft), Prismacolor Scholar Pencils

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Teresa Arsenault said...

Every bit of this is so sweet. I love the little embossed card and the paper bag envelope is gorgeous. What a clever and thoughtful idea.
Blessing hugs,

Karen Letchworth said...

I absolutely LOVE this! It's so creative with the gift card envelope tucked in there so sweetly. Her Sunday School Teacher will LOVE and appreciate this, and cherish it! Thanks so much or sharing with us again this week, and may God bless your week.
Word Art Wednesday

Jennifer said...

This is just splendid! I love the little pocket and the sweet things you put in it! Wonderful idea!