Welcome to my Sunday morning. When I have the opportunity to teach a church lesson I always feel blessed. Teaching often gives more to the teacher than to the student. Maybe not at a school setting, but church, for sure.
I do my best thinking while I am crafting, so I almost always have some kind of handout that relates to the lesson. It also allows me to think of who I am teaching individually, and to make sure I am taking into consideration who they are and how they feel. Such a wonderful time.
I definitely dipped into my retired product stash for these bookmarks. The cardstock and ink are hello honey, current, but the other color is summer starfruit. What a great color to work with. I thought they went well together, so I got to use some of my retired dsp stash and retired ribbon too! Win for all. I think people often overlook the fact that it is okay to stamp on patterned paper, as long as the pattern is small. That was the case for this pattern for sure. It came together so quickly. Once the design was clear in my mind, about five minutes, another thirty-five and I was all done. Yup, I churned out a dozen of these in less than an hour. Again, a win for all.
Have a creative day!