Hello everyone! Popped in to share a teacher's gift idea! A quick and easy classroom decoration using Pebbles Garden Party
This is one of the projects that you may not want the others to see the back, haha! I made it from a piece of cardboard. I cut a piece of a carton to 12" x 5-1/8" for my project.
First, I cut three 12"x1-1/2" strips from the pink grids paper and die cut the scallop borders from them. You can also hand draw some scallops and cut out.
I adhered the scallops down first and then covered the edges with a piece of the black dots paper.
Adhering the thickers down may be the only tricky part of this project. I first put the top of the letters on the plastic packaging to decide where I want the letters to be. Then I pressed the lower portion of the letters down on the paper and then removed the packaging. Be careful not to tear your letters apart.
When pressing the letters down, try not to put too much pressure on them all at once so that you can still have room to adjust their positions.
Then the surface is all ready for the beautiful cardstock shapes and embellishments.
When you are happy with the layout, adhere the pieces down. I used foam dots for added dimension. Can you tell the difference between the left (flat) and right (foam dots used)?
Then I continued to add a few critters here and there to finish it off!
I had so much fun making this classroom decoration as a teacher's gift! I hope that Mrs. Riley will like it! But this project is not limited to a classroom. Change the words a little and it can be applied to many of our home projects too! You can find more closeup photos on Pebbles' Blog here
Thank you for stopping by! Happy Crafting!
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