Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Third Sneak Peek for Fundraiser

Class C at the AORN Fundraiser will be four large and lovely tags. Great for attaching to packages, gift bags, wine bottles or even to add a pocket to the back in which to slide a gift card.

I used the new stamp set "Salutation Seals" which will be released February 1st from Close To My Heart. This is quickly becoming one of my go-to favorites already! (See yesterday's post). The beautiful paper comes from the upcoming "Wings" Creative Basics Collection. This pack includes twelve 12 x 12 pattern papers (6 each of 2 different designs), plus four yards of this pretty Juniper satin loop ribbon. Be sure to click on the photo to see that up close. The ribbon on the tops of the tags is satin brown, green and cream that I got from the local craft store. With the help of some punches and dies, they all came together quite nicely.

You could used these tags yourself, or think what a great gift set this would make! Each tag measures a little over 3 inches by about 6 1/4 inches. A good, large size.

The AORN Fundraiser is a creative day of paper crafting where a portion of the class fees will go toward educational scholarships for registered nurses. To read more about AORN, go here.

The fundraising event will be held Saturday, February 26th from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. at the Cocoa Village First Baptist Church. For details on cost and for a registration form, e-mail me at AnnetteGreen@bellsouth.net

As I've mentioned before, if you can't attend the fundraiser, but would like to select a class kit, just let me know. Additional shipping charges will apply. And yes, a portion of your class fees will go toward the fundraising efforts.

Thanks, and have a great Tuesday!


  1. annette - those cards are gorgeous!!! I love that stamp set too. And thank you so much for showcasing that creative basics paper. The idea book doesn't do it justice!

  2. Very nice tags! Can't wait for the Open House!

  3. WOW, love all the tags....great inspiration.

  4. Annette, I Love these tags and the cards to be able to make 24 with so little paper is wonderful.. think we could get instructions or a tutorial?


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