Birthday boy thank yous

Well, my mom always taught me it was polite to send thank you notes. Of course, she never required hand-made thank you notes, but these days, people kind of expect that from me. :-)

So, it was my son's 7th birthday celebration last weekend, and as with many seven-year-olds, he got lots of stuff. I made these thank you notes for him to give to his friends and to send out to family. Now, I just have to get him to write them. :-)

Stamps: Sentiment from Papertrey Ink Beyond Basic Borders; star from Sandylion Boy stamps
Paper: Various Papertrey Ink cardstocks (Perfect Match 2008 colors, Kraft, Vintage Cream); DCVW Nana's Kids striped paper
Inks: Memento, Versamagic, Cats Eye Chalk
Tools: Cuttlebug; Spellbinders labels die; Fiskars crimper; EK Success corner rounder
Etc: generic square antique silver brads



Anonymous said...

Very Nice Heather! I may have to scraplift your idea for my daughter, her birthday is Saturday and these would be perfect.

Odette said...

Wow! Thank you very much for the kind words you left in my "BigNews" post. I really appreciate it!

Billie said...

These are really cute, Heather! I thought the crimped paper was ribbon. Very boyish too! I'm thinking I need to scraplift. ;o)

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