Welcome to the Back to School Blog Hop!! If you came from Lisa's blog, you are in the right place.... if you just stumbled upon the hop, please head back to Jamie's blog where the hop begins, you don't want to miss a stop.
For day two, I'd like to share a relativity quick project. They are so personal and unique. How special would it be to present one of these to your favorite teacher?
It has the teacher's name in the middle, cut in black vinyl using Plantin Schoolbook (the size varies depending on the length of the name, this one is just over 3 1/2"). I cut it with my Gypsy so I could get it as large as possible.
The white vinyl is Simply Sweet font cut at (I think) 3/4". It reads:
"To teach a child is to touch a future."
The frame is one I picked up at a local craft store called "Craft Warehouse." I know this is just a regional store (in just the North West USA I think). The frame is black and is distressed and includes the fixed glass inside.
Instead of using the transfer tape that Provo Craft sells, I just used some clear shelf paper (I bought a big roll for $2 at Big Lots). It works just as well and it WAY cheaper.
Thanks for stopping by today, your next hop stop is Gina @ California Scrappin'.... but before you go, please leave me a comment (and become a follower) for the chance to win my blog candy.
I don't have a picture, but I am giving away a stamp block and 10 sets of stamps!!