8.14.2013

Apple Greetings


Getting ready to ship those kiddos off to school? 
Why not make a little pocket for them to tuck in their new pencils.
(Or gift to a teacher...who can never have enough in her stash!)

Here I used the Apple Treat Box svg file
from The Cutting Cafe.  Cut two apples and two stems. 
Just remember to "flip" the image if you are using printed paper 
so that your shapes are mirror images.
That way, they line up when you line them up.




Stitch around...or use Glue Dots ©.
Sponge the edges with ink for a vintage look.
I created a tag using Gel-a-tins: Make a Wish.

Green Leaves Rumple Ribbon is the perfect color for implied apple leaves!
Be sure to use Craft Glue Dots © to adhere the ribbon and tag.
Pile in some new #2 pencils...

And, your student, or teacher, will have a smile on their face every time 
they need to get out a new pencil!

10 comments:

Dawn Carlyle said...

Super cute - that green rumpled ribbon the apple is perfect!

Tammy said...

Cute idea! Great way to protect their points.

Pamela Lash said...

Apples to you - great idea for a school treat!!

Nancy said...

Cute! Where do you get scan tron DP?

Stephanie Eaken said...

What a fabulous project! Love it!!!

Stacey's Creative Corner said...

This is so cute!! I love how you stitched them together!

Danie May said...

Dawn what a fabulous back to school gift for both the kiddos and teachers. So adorable and practical too!

Lynn McAuley said...

Beyond adorable, Dawn! What a delightful back to school gift!

Karen said...

Cute pencil holder Dawn. It will make someone very happy on the first day back at school.

Zella said...

You are so creative!! Where do you come up with such great ideas?? Boy, that paper sure brings back the memories of taking tests in college - always filling in those little dots...LOL!!!