... for the latest Papertrey Princess challenge.
Last Thursday, Sue posted a challenge to make 5 gratitude/thankful cards for people who presently bless or who have in the past, blessed your life. This was such perfect timing, as I had some people who helped me out with my Crop for the Congo that I wanted to thank.
So, for Susan (who helped me make lunchbox note diecut treats and door prizes), Mandy (who came to the church Friday afternoon to help me set up tables and chairs), Val (who made cinnamon buns for our snack Saturday morning) and Nancy (who made muffins and helped with lunch), I made little thank you treats, using my PTI lunchbox note die and this week's Make It Monday at Papertrey Ink: Multi-stamp Background Building.
I used PTI cardstock (rustic white), stamps (falling leaves, fancy flourishes and Mat Stack #1 (sentiment)) and dies (lunchbox note die). Inside each note, I tucked a Ghiradelli chocolate (from the ones that Kim so kindly sent me) or an areo bar (for Susan.)
When I first ordered the Falling leaves stamp set, I went looking in the PTI gallery to see what the DT members had made with it. I was blown away by this card by Kim Hughes and knew that I wanted to make something similar. So, I made this card for Gloria (who made the lunch for my Crop for the Congo: lasagna soup and Olive Garden bread sticks-- so yummy!-- as well as an apple strudel for dessert):
I used PTI cardstock (rustic white, harvest gold), stamps (falling leaves, distressed stripes and Mat Stack #1 (sentiment)).
Thanks for looking!