Hello Crafty Friends! We are not into September and this month's theme is Back To School! The timing couldn't be more perfect, as my daughter and I start school tomorrow. I used this opportunity to make a teacher gift for my daughter's fourth grade teacher (where did the time go?), who happens to be my co-worker. I made a "Back To School" Caddy. This month's hostess is Janis and she has treated us to a sweet and simple sleeve card on the Scor-Pal blog.
This caddy is super versatile and easier to make than you might think. You can see a tutorial that I wrote about how to make this project. I added an apropos sentiment and some gorgeous ribbon! With four compartment, you can fit loads of stuff into this caddy. I filled my caddy with school supplies. As you know, teachers spend tons of their own money on supplies and it might be nice to have just a little extra in a drawer.
Here it is all filled up! You have all month to create a wonderful back to school project with "more than one score". Be sure to link it up with the original post on the Scor-Pal blog. Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful day!
Details - Stamps: Lesson Learned (MFP); Paper: Melon Mambo, Going Gray, Black Licorice, Fancy Pants Designs Hopscotch dp; Ink: Tuxedo Black; Accessories: Spellbinders Nestabilties Ovals, Scor-Pal, Scor-Tape, Corner chomper, May Arts ribbon, stampin' dimensionals.