Thursday, April 28, 2011

Mother's Day is May 8th!!!

Are you ready?

The Rubber Cafe wants to help jump start your mojo so this weeks our challenge to you is to make a card for your

Mom or a Special Lady in your life.

For my card I decided to make a Thank You card for my son's awesome band director, Ms. Blake!

Over the years we have known many band directors and many of them are full of ego and very competitive.

 What I love about Ms. Blake is that teaching isn't about's about the kids!
She has super fabulous, top rated Marching Bands, Concert Bands, and Jazz Bands but that isn't what she is working towards.  She truly is working to educate them and to instill a life long love of music in these kids!

WOW...what a concept..huh?  The kids work hard because they don't want to let her down or let each other down and because she has taught them to do their personal best at what ever level they play.

For this card I stamped the music notes and sentiment in versamark ink and then embossed with Midnight Black embossing Powder.  Then I covered the entire surface with Versamark and embossed with the Kaleidoscope embossing powder.  It doesn't show well in the picture but it's really sparkly!

Recollections Black Cardstock from Michael's
Versamark by Tsukineko

What special lady will you be making a card for this week?

The Rules are Simple: 
•Make a new card incorporating this weeks challenge (you are welcome to combine with other challenges and you do not have to use TRC stamps but if you do you'll be entered twice for the random prize draw) 
• to link your card below with Mr. Linky •Mention our challenge, on your post (with a link back here) 
*If you post in a public gallery use key word TRCC13 
*NOTE: Please enter only one card each week! Each week we will randomly draw a winner out of the projects that are entered and the winner will win a prize.

This weeks prize is a $10 gift certificate to the Rubber Cafe store.

Good Luck!!!



Sabrina MacD said...

Awh that's nice, I remember band in school.... I totally know what you mean about different types of teachers.

Linda Wescott said...

Lovely card, thanks for the challenge. Hugs lin