Monogrammed Stationary Desk Set

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Today’s post is what my Project club made yesterday.? To keep it simple I made it into a monogrammed stationary desk set and it is a gift for my son’s 3rd grade teacher.? I hope she likes it.? It sure was fun to make!

The Desk set contains:? 4 little monogrammed note cards, 4 tags, 7 monogrammed cards, envelopes, pen, sticky notes and a place for stamps.

Recipe for this set:
Parisian Breeze Specialty Paper #113993 $11.95
Lovely Letters Alphabet Set #115030 $42.95
Chocolate Chip Ink pad #100908 $5.95? Card Stock #102128 $5.50
Baja Breeze Card stock #111352 $5.50
Kraft card stock #107070 $7.50
Scallop Circle Punch #109043 $15.95
1 1/4″ Circle Punch #104403 $15.95
1 3/8″ Circle Punch #104401 $15.95
Sticky Strip #104294 $6.95
Chocolate Chip Grosgrain Ribbon #111367 $4.95
Linen Thread #104199 $4.50
Tag Corner Punch #107215 $6.95
Chocolate Chip 1″ Double-Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon #111849 $8.95
Medium Whisper White Envelopes #107301 $6.50
Mini Square Whisper White Envelopes #107309 $7.50

I had each club member pick a Designer Series Paper pack of their choice so everyone’s is different and Oh So Nice!? I’ll show you tomorrow. 🙂

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You Know You Want to Make This, Don’t you!? You can find the directions at Splitcoast HERE.

3 thoughts on “Monogrammed Stationary Desk Set

  1. Jo Ann says:

    i really really really want to be your son’s third grade teacher!! what an adorable gift. hope she appreciates it … loved the DP you used!!!

  2. Ann says:

    Thanks Glenda for sharing your “Monogrammed Stationary Desk Set” with us!

    You were even so sweet to share the directions from Splitcoast. I never have time to get on there, between all my blogging & regular house doings. You made it quick & easy for me! What a sweetheart you are!

    Boy that 3rd grade teacher will be so happy! I am in love with using the monogram idea, nothing against Jackie, but I like yours better! 🙂 It’s sooooo very versatile! Being an educator myself, I know your son’s teacher will really appreciate this!

    Stampin’ Smiles from Ear to Ear,
    Ann 🙂

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