September 6, 2010

Happy New Year

September 8th is the start of the Jewish New Year and to celebrate we eat apples and honey for a sweet year. It's easy to make cards, as there are many apple papers in stores because it is fall and the start of the school year. When I was picking Dada up in Orlando last week, I stopped at the Scrappy Boutique and found this fun paper from Best Creation Inc - teachers pet, that made very cute Rosh Hashanah cards:
I used scraps of cardstock and ribbon. Baker's twine from DKMdiva, mini alphas from Cosmo Cricket (yellow) and Adornit (green). I cut the envelopes with a Coluzzle template from old papers from my stash.

1 comment:

Sandy Ang said...

What a neat idea for scraps ! So colourful and pattern-filled cards.