The term "Back-To-School" doesn't mean to me quite what it used to. Years ago, it meant backpacks, uniforms, and sending my precious babies off to their first day of school at our church/school. At this point in my life, it still means school will be starting soon; but for us it starts at home now. I only have one "baby" left at home, and he is in the 11th grade this year. We homeschool, and that starts next week. I will absolutely CHERISH these last two years with him - being his Mom and his teacher. Precious! The time we spend together will pass by much too quickly, so I truly cherish it.
I had a friend (someone who still has those precious little ones who attend our church/school), and she asked me to create some back-to-school cards for her kids' teachers. I was happy to make them for her, and I thought that I would share one here on my blog.
I created this card with red Bazzill cardstock, some very old Cosmo Cricket patterned paper, some crayons, baker's twine, a grungy prim tag, an apple sticker, and a snippet of Tim Holtz ruler ribbon. I'm sharing my card in these challenges:
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Simon Says "Back To School"
Thanks for visiting, and I wish you all a very safe and happy Back-To-School.