Friday, 1 September 2017

Back to School

My youngest child is entering his final year at primary next week and here's a not-too-complicated 'back to school' card for him.

The animal is by Mama Elephant - tbh I'm not really sure what kind of animal it's supposed to be. A mouse? I went for grey hoping that , if it's not a mouse, using a neutral couldn't be too far wrong (it's not a parrot, at least!).

The sentiment is by Hunkydory and the paper is  from Cosmo Cricket.

I'd like to enter:
Cupcake Inspirations  back to school
Use your Stuff  back to school
Always Fun   back to school
The Male Room  school colours - my son's school uniform is green sweater, white polo shirt and grey or black trousers.



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12 comments:

  1. That paper is so much fun! I love the little animal at school. I am not certain what it is either, but I could definitely go with mouse!

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  2. So cute! Looks like a mouse to me too LOL. Thank you for sharing with us at Cupcake Inspiration.
    -Sandy, DT

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  3. Your card is super cute! I think it's adorable! Thanks for joining us this week at Always Fun Challenges! Cyndi, DT

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  4. A terrific card and such a lovely idea to start his last year off this way

    Love Chrissie xx

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  5. Aw! This is so sweet! Time flies doesn't it... Good luck to your son, have a great weekend.

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  6. Cute and adorable card and yes definitely not a parrot x

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  7. This is so sweet and made me smile. Thank you for joining us at UYS challenge blog.

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  8. What a sweet card! Hope your son has a wonderful school year!

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  9. Love the white with the green!! Thanks for joining us at Use Your Stuff.

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  10. What a GREAT idea to use text like that for a school card, love the teddy? (Animal LOL). Thank you for linking to The Male Room. Faith DT

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  11. I do like this card - the textured card, the letters on the board and the cute critter all work so well with the theme. Thanks so much for playing along with our School Colours challenge at The Male Room. Deborah, DT.

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