Friday, February 5, 2010

Our Star Student

It's the end of the semester at school for Christopher and he did wonderfully! Christopher has always had great academic scores, but struggles with using his time wisely and working with others due to his autism. This year, however, in the third grade, he's really maturing and working hard and made perfect marks in every category. His dad and I are so proud that I had to make a page!

This is a hybrid page using colorful and glittery digital papers from a kit called Glitterati - All Star by Betsy Tuma of Two Peas in a Bucket. I love the look of glitter, but it makes a big mess! This digital version is easy on the clean-up and so much quicker too!

This next project I'd like to share is a card that can be used for Valentine's Day or any day. I like the no reason to send a card kind of days! When it's least expected!

Do you like the shape of the card? It's made with my Silhouette! I remember when I first got my Silhouette, I made a die cut here and there, but after getting an unlimited die cut subscription and having had some practice under my belt, I use it for almost every project! I should sell these! ;)


Star Student Page
Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics
Die Cutter:  Silhouette
Thread:  Coats

Lovey Dovey Card
Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics
Patterned Paper:  Imaginisce
Dimensional Sticker:  Imaginisce
Decorative Scissors:  Fiskars
Ribbon:  May Arts - Buy

I hope you've enjoyed my post today! And I hope everyone has a great weekend and can squeeze in some crafting time!


Sheryl K said...

That's great!! Tell your son congratulations on the grades, I love all the stars. Beautiful card too! Thanks for sharing!! SHeryl K

Barbara said...

I love your layout! The stars are great and what a great picture of your son.
I love your card as well - what a cool shape!
I was the same way with my Silhouette when I first got it.I still don't use it as much as I could but I will after seeing this card!

Pretty-In-Ink said...

Gorgeous projects!
Love the page of your little man!

Laura Davis said...

Oh Kathy this LO is so clean and fresh and full of life! Your son is so cute and congrats to him for doing so well in school!! Claudia spends a lot of time volunteering with autistic children, they are all so sweet and so lovable.:)

Audrey Pettit said...

Love what you've done with this digital kit, my friend! You've really showcased it to perfection with your sweet page. Just love all those stars!
Super cute card, too. Love the shape!

Jolanda Cuper said...

Hello there nice blog You have! I am from the Netherlands and say thanx for your reaction on my blog.
I hoop you understand my very bad Englisch. Greetings from Jolanda.

Ruby said...

Love your card, it shouts 'spring'! Gorgeous colours :o)

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Cheryl Nelson said...

Woohoo congrats to Christopher!! LOve the lo!! The card is PERFECT!! I love to send "for no particular reason" cards, too!

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