Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Make a Difference in Your School

What?!?!  Two posts in one day?  Yep...I've been on a creative roll these past few days, so I have lots to share with you!

Our students and teachers are getting ready to head back to school next week and many areas have already been back at it for a few weeks.   Seeing all of the teachers in our district office over the past couple of weeks and all of the Facebook posts about them preparing their classrooms brought me inspiration for this card.  It's nothing fancy, in fact it's kind of simple, but it has such a big meaning!
 During the school year, our children are with their teachers, coaches and many other school staff members more than they are with their families.  These staff memebers all work so hard to provide a safe and welcoming learning space for our kiddos and love each and every one of them, big or small, sweet or sassy.  It's not an easy job, but they keep on doing it day after day, year after year. It is so awesome to see an entire school come together to make a difference in the lives of our children and even MORE amazing to see an entire school district to work together to make a difference.  I am blessed to be a {very} small piece of the puzzle that we all make up to complete the big picture!

As a child, there was nothing more exiting than a brand new box of crayons or colored pencils to start off the school year.  I still get excited buying school supplies for my boys!  I guess that dream of being a teacher will always be a part of me, even though life took me on a different path.  

Supplies Used:
Paper ~ Whisper White, Basic Black
Ink ~ VersaMark, Memento, Stampin' Blends: Real Red, Pumpkin Pie, Daffodil Delight, Granny Apple Green, Balmy Blue, Highland Heather, Flirty Flamingo, Soft Suded, Basic Black, Smoky Slate
Stamp Sets ~ It Starts With Art, Artfully Aware
Other Supplies ~ Arts & Crafts Dies

Thank you to all of the teachers and staff who make a difference in the lives of our kiddos...you are AMAZING!

Happy Stamping!

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