Monday, August 22, 2011

                   
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Back to School!

Happy Monday! It's officially the first day of school with the students! Can't wait to get started!


I made this simple little card for my 3rd grade teammates. I had much loftier ambitions for a cool project to give to them, but it didn't quite work out that way. I'm so excited for the new year and to be part of such a fabulous team! I moved to 3rd grade this year to teach math and science. I have a co-teacher who teaches English Language Arts and Social Studies, so we flip our 22 kids in the morning and afternoon. We've been working hard to get everything ready, and I hope to have pictures to share soon (new school policy on photographing, so bear with me!). I LOVE my new classroom so much, I can't wait to share it with y'all!


I'm hoping to come to some sort of *normal* schedule to allow for occasional stamping, soon, wish me luck! Thanks so much for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!


Edited to add: That darling apple embossing folder is from Quickutz!


10 comments:

clouds shadler said...

Cute card angie, luv the embossed apples! I luved science in school, not so much math, ughh! :)

Hugs,
C :)

Noelle said...

This is SO cute, Angie! Love the embossed apples, the denim tie and that saucy green button! Best wishes for back to school! :)

Juanita said...

Where did you find such an amazing texture/embossing plate? It is perfect for you!

Kathy Martin said...

Who makes that apple impression folder? Cool card! Enjoy teaching 3rd grade!

reeree62 said...

Yes, I too MUST know where to get that apple embossing folder/impression plate!!!!!

This card is awesome!!

Deanna said...

Great sentiment!

Laura B. said...

love that apple embossing, so fun!

Cindy Major said...

That background embossing is awesome!!!! Couldn't be more perfect for teacher colleagues :D

Linda Callahan said...

Adorable card! Wishing you a great year in 3rd grade - I spent most of my years with third graders! Great age!

Deb Rymer said...

This is just perfect, Angie. Love the apples, the lined paper, the primary colors - the "everything" about it!