Here is my inspiration for you ...
Here is a close-up of that cute little critter :
I used alcohol markers to colour, and a white gel pen for some detailing. Then I cut out a circle using a doiley die. The gift bag is made from a sheet of double sided A4 160 gsm cardstock and holes punched through the top to add the ribbon. Unfortunately I don't have a template to share for the gift bag as it was made from my own imagination. An offcut of a strip of stick-on lace is under the die cut and runs all the way around the gift bag. The sentiment is a stick-on. And in case you were wondering .... the delicious confectionery displayed with the bag is NOT real - it is a scrumptious FAKE (actually it's a fridge magnet!)
Nitwit Collections is going to be giving away a $10 Gift Certificate to one lucky winner!
We would be thrilled if you played along with us this week and simply ecstatic if we saw you use an Inky image too! If you decide to play along be sure to use the keyword IIC60 and link your creation below so we can all enjoy your work as well. Who knows, you may even be selected as a winner or one of our weekly Top 3!
Click HERE to add your Teacher Appreciation creation to the linky tool.
I would like to enter this project into the following challenges:
MAKE IT MONDAY, #90, ‘ANYTHING GOES’
TOP TIP TUESDAY, #77, ‘DIG OUT THE OLD” – that Green CS is the last piece of the pad I bought in 2007!
USE IT TUESDAY, #32, “USE TWO” - that Green CS is the last piece of the pad I bought in 2007, and the lace is a piece that I got in a Christmas Goodie Bag from our Card Guild in December 2011.