Tuesday, January 8, 2008
QUICK TY cards ~
My son, Brett, has been involved with a 4th grade fund raising project for the San Miguel Mission Restoration Fund. What started as a class project collecting pop tops to recycle, turned into him speaking at his grandpa's Kiwanis group. As a result, there have been a series of donations made to this project, both from Kiwanis itself, and individual members.
I am so proud of him for speaking at one of their meetings. My shy almost 10 year old standing at the podium telling a group of older gentlemen about the program; I was beaming the whole time!
Anyway, for obvious reasons, thank you cards need to be sent. Coming from an almost ten year old (Jan 13th is his birthday) to a group of men, I didn't want to make the cards too extravagant or time consuming. Instead, I turned to the patterned paper drawer (down one more sheet, YEAH! see post below for my excitement for this!) add a simple ribbon, a big thanks stamp, a few piercings, and they are signed, sealed, and waiting on the mail box for today's mail pick up.
Stay tuned, Thomas Kinkade images are coming soon!
Supplies: Stamps: Green Grass Stamps, Ink: Versamagic Spanish Olive, Paper: Neenah Classic Crest Naturals White, Crate Paper Kate Collection, Accessories: May Arts striped grosgrain, Mat Pak and Piercing tool