Lawn Fawn Intro: So Owlsome, Happy Fall Line Border, Thanks Teacher Line Border + Bone Folder

Hello and welcome to Lawn Fawn’s Fall/Winter 2018 Inspiration and Release week! On August 23rd our 12 new stamp sets and their coordinating dies, 25 new standalone die sets, 2 new paper collections, 2 new ink colors, ink cube pack, 7 new cardstock packs, Textured White Embossing Powder, Embossing Ink Pad, Embossing Ink Pen, bone folder and metal adapter plate will be for sale at your favorite store and at www.lawnfawn.com! Woohoo! This week we are showcasing 3 new stamp sets and their coordinating dies, 10 new standalone die sets, our Knit Picky Fall paper collection and 5 new cardstock packs!

We already have four places you can leave comments to win:
Our Big Giveaway Post!
Our Pick of the Patch, Reveal Wheel Pick of the Patch Add-On and Spooky Fence Border post!
Our Double Slider Surprise post!
Our Reveal Wheel Fall Leaf Add-On, Outside In Stitched Apple Stackables, Stitched Apple Frames post!
AND today’s post too!

Today is our showcase of So Owlsome and its coordinating dies, Happy Fall Line Border, Thanks Teacher Line Border and our new Bone Folder! Your cards and crafts will be so owlsome with this cute stamp set!  With three owls and matching sentiments and accessories, this set is perfect for teacher cards, woodland-themed crafts, or thank you cards! Our Line Border dies are a simple and cute way to wish someone a happy fall season or to thank your favorite teacher! The delicate shape gives you lots of flexibility when adding to cards and crafts! This bone folder makes it easy to crease paper and enhance folds. It is made out of Teflon, so adhesives and inks will not stick, keeping it looking like new! The non-stick properties also mean it will not leave “shine” marks on your paper, making this bone folder a must have in your craft room! It’s also great for burnishing out any imperfections in die cuts! The design team has made the most amazing samples! We also have a video at the end to introduce our new products!

Remember to click on the person’s name to see all of the details and leave these wonderful DT girls some comment love!

Kay‘s beautiful card has me looking forward to the changing leaves and crisp cool air of Fall! She combined the little So Owlsome cutie and the Happy Fall Line Border with a Knit Picky Fall argyle pattern and our Reverse Stitched Scalloped Circle Window! I love the beautiful inking in the window, it’s such a special detail!

Lizzy used the fun patterns and colors of Knit Picky Fall to create a happy Fall scene! She used our new Woodgrain cardstock to die cut the Leafy Tree Backdrop, it frames the scene perfectly! I love how she colored the So Owlsome owls with pencils on Kraft cardstock, it adds to the fun of this sweet card!

I love how Audrey framed this cute trio of owls in White Woodgrain cardstock with the new Reverse Stitched Scalloped Rectangle Window! The Gotta Have Gingham paper and glimpse of Grassy Border add to the charm of her sweet thank you card!

The cute So Owlsome owls look right at home on Lynnette‘s super adorable Fall-themed thank you card! She combined Leafy Tree Backdrop with leaves from Jump for Joy and pumpkins from our new Pick of the Patch set!

Your child’s teacher will love this super cute card by Elise! The So Owlsome trio of owls and the Thanks, Teacher Line Border team up on a bright and happy Knit Picky Fall background! I love how Elise finished her fun design with a Reverse Stitched Scalloped Rectangle Window, looks so owlsome!

Megan‘s card sends Happy Fall Line Border greetings with a delightful combination of Woodland Critters Huggers and Large Wreath! The dark brown Woodgrain cardstock is an awesome backdrop for this adorable critter!

Our cute Woodland Critter Huggers deer looks adorable and ready for cooler weather with the new Woodland Critter Huggers Winter Add-On set!

Elena‘s So Owlsome card says thank you in many languages with our original Reveal Wheel Sentiments set! She used the new Reveal Wheel Square Add-On to make her charming square-shaped design!

Happy Fall Line Border adds the perfect sentiment to Nichol‘s adorable Reveal Wheel Leaf Add-On design! I love how she tucked the cute Pick of the Patch squirrels  and pumpkins around the die cut greeting! How pretty are the glittery accents from our Autumn pack Sparkle cardstock?!

So Owlsome and Outside In Stitched Apple Stackables and Stitched Apple Frames are a perfect combination on Chari‘s sweet thank you card!

Melissa‘s Shadow Box Card with the Theater Add-On makes such a fun way to say thank you to a teacher! I love the cute So Owlsome graduation scene on the “stage”!

Latisha‘s teacher gift packaging is so wonderfully clever! I love how she lined the Outside In Stitched Apple Stackables cut-out with our new Vellum Cardstock. It’s the perfect backdrop for the Thanks, Teacher Line Border! Knit Picky Fall paper in a pretty pink argyle pattern adds so much sweetness you’d never know it started as a plain brown paper lunch bag!

Lynnette‘s adorable changing leaves Reveal Wheel Fall Leaf Add-On card makes me smile! I love how she filled out the Pick of the Patch scene with leaves from Jump for Joy!

Megan created one of her fabulous scenes for this special Double Slider Surprise graduation card! She combined So Owlsome with cute school-themed images from Science of Love and a sentiment from Big Scripty Words! Her scene extends above with the caps tossed in the air and the bottom panel is perfect for adding a gift card!

Now, I have a video for you introducing So Owlsome and sharing some fun things you can do with this set. I hope you enjoy it! Watch it below or click HERE to watch it at our You Tube channel.

Thanks so much for watching!

I hope you have enjoyed this look at So Owlsome, Happy Fall Line Border and Thanks, Teacher Line Border and Bone Folder. Tomorrow we have another fun set to show you! For now, though, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us about a favorite teacher by August 22nd at 5:00pm ET, and we will randomly pick one winner for this set! (If you already own this set and win, you can choose another set!) Make sure to come back tomorrow, Monday August 20th for our next inspiration week post!

Thank you so much for all of your excitement for our inspiration and release week! Your comments, tweets, facebook, instagram and YouTube messages mean so much to us! Every one puts a big smile on our faces! We think Lawn Fawn fans are the best in the world. We love you guys!

Supplies:
Fall/Winter 2018 products will be available on August 23rd
So Owlsome stamps and coordinating dies
Happy Fall Line Border
Thanks, Teacher Line Border
Bone Folder
Reveal Wheel Fall Leaf Add-On
Reveal Wheel Square Add-On
Double Slider Surprise
Outside In Stitched Apple Stackables
Stitched Apples Frames
Pick of the Patch stamps and coordinating dies
Reverse Stitched Scalloped Window dies
Knit Picky Fall paper collection
Woodland Critter Huggers Winter Add-On
Autumn pack Sparkle Cardstock
Woodgrain Cardstock
Vellum Cardstock
Kraft Cardstock

Thanks so much for visiting! Have an amazing day!

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296 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: So Owlsome, Happy Fall Line Border, Thanks Teacher Line Border + Bone Folder

  1. The first card of the series by Kay is spectacular!
    I’m keeping it in my heart and in my inspiration file.
    There’s a teacher that really stands out in my life and that’s our ballet teacher. Vviviane Germain. She brings out the best in others and makes life a passion. She is delicate and talented, fragile and strong, generous and strict but caring, she’s our star, we feel lucky to be by her side. And i want this to last for as long as possible.

  2. Will definitely be purchasing the bone folder to burnish my die cuts. I had no idea you could do that, thank you for the tip!

  3. These Owls are adorable! And I love the additional ideas for the apple dies.
    Some favorite teachers:
    *Mrs. Troberg- all 4 of my siblings had her for Fourth Grade. She read to us every day after lunch, even though Fourth Graders are “big kids.” That was my absolute favorite time of the day 🙂
    *Dr. Smatlack- one of my nursing school professors. She understood the extreme pressure put on us as nursing students and was a soft place to land in a very difficult progrm.
    *Mr. K- My kids’ Choir Teacher- he truly, deeply cares for his students. He expects a lot, and he gets it from them. My kids learned to sing like angels with him, and they loved every minute of it.

  4. Awww!!! Adorable owls and little critters!!!
    My fav teacher was Ms. Gina Spanò. She taught me Italian literature and Latin language at high school. She taught me how to be a good person in this world. She’s a beautiful person!!!

  5. Mrs Long was my algebra teacher in high school. She cared about her students she personal at no charge to our parents had us come to her home on the weekends to teach us individually how to do algebra until we were making up equations and seeing if we could come up with the answer. Would not be able to do that today with all the problems going on. But us students loved her.

  6. One of my favorite teachers was my high school English teacher. She really taught me how to write. She was a strange bird, a German lady with a no nonsense look about her. She wasn’t popular, but I loved her.

  7. I am so glad more owls are added to the collection! And such cute owls too! Thanks you 🙂
    I cannot wait to use these cuties!

  8. Another day of wonderful inspiration. I love the new bone folder, too. The “Happy Fall” tag line die will get plenty of use this season. Thanks for the great designs

  9. Love these owls! Looking forward to that bone folder. My favorite teacher was my third grade teacher named Miss Stricker. She smiled a lot and was very kind.

  10. My favorite teacher was my 5th grade teacher Mr. Baar. It all came full circle when I became a 5th grade teacher too, and he was my colleague. Even as an adult, I was still learning from him.
    Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  11. I was lucky to have so many amazing teachers over my lifetime! One that really stands out was my 4th grade teacher Mrs. Corn.

  12. Another awesome day of inspiration! I’ve had pastors in recent years who have been awesome teachers. So blessed!

  13. I love the owls! So sweet!!
    One of my fave teachers was my 10th grade biology teacher, Coach Walker (he was also a
    basketball coach). He was just so nice and made the class fun (even when you had to dissect
    a frog! yuck!).

  14. Cute, cute, cute samples. Makes me think of my fifth and sixth grade teacher, Sister Mary Estelle. She taught me to believe in myself.

  15. My favorite teacher is my drafting teacher in high school! I was the only girl in the class, and believe me, he did not make it easy for me. But he started my journey in architecture for me, a journey that would be incredible!

  16. My favorite teacher was my high school physics teacher. Everyday was like hanging out with a mad scientist – you never knew what he was going to do.

  17. The teacher that stands out to me is my mom, she teaches me so much about life and I’m also homeschooled so she is my teacher for that too. I love these cute owls and am excited to get more line boarders, especially the teacher one! And maybe we will get the new bone folder too! This has been a great Inspiration week and can’t wait for tomorrow!

  18. My favorite teacher would probably be my kindergarten teacher, since she set me on the path of loving school which was a part of why I became a teacher.

  19. WOW, cards by Megan simply made my heart go pitter patter – amazing! And, as usual, all the inspiration from the Design Team is fantastic. My favorite teacher is my own mum – no better woman for the job! She’s retired now, but still does a bit of teaching work here and there, and I totally admire her for her career and dedication – there aren’t many teachers with so much devotion anymore!

  20. I love all the cards, especially the one by Megan. As a retired teacher, it’s nice to see all the comments, and the impact teachers have had on their students.

  21. I love all the cards, especially the one by Megan. As a retired teacher it’s nice to see all the comments, and the impact that so many teachers have left on their students.

  22. SO adorable! Thanks to the designers for all the great inspiration. My favorite teacher was my drama/speech teacher from high school, Mr. Kern. He was passionate about what he did and it was infectious. I spent so much time with him and other students after school building sets, rehearsing, and polishing plays and musicals. He was more than a teacher; he was a mentor. Thank you for the chance to win!!

  23. My favorite teacher was my art teacher, Mr. Motovich. He was very encouraging and inspiring! Just love the inspiration from the DT, and the way the tree grows too! So FUN!

  24. Simply darling! My 6th grade teacher was almost blind. She used a big magnifying glass and everyone fought to help walk her around the playground! We loved her!

  25. My favorite teacher in high school was Mrs. Rosevear, for creative writing. She was so kind and encouraging! I loved her!

  26. My favorite teacher was my 3rd grade teacher! She inspired me to be a teacher! Love the examples…the owls are adorable!

  27. So many goodies and that bone folder is a must. My favorite teacher has to be Sr. Sharon Havelak from college. I learned so many things from her that still apply in my art life today.

  28. I had so many great teachers over the years. My second grade teacher was the sweetest lady. My high school English teacher had such a fun sense of humour and way of delivering lessons that made every class interesting. Also my high school physics teacher- he had such an amazing teaching style that even kids that hated science would sign up for physics.

  29. Adorable owl images! Amazing inspiration projects, such a talented design team. My favorite teacher was my first grade teacher, Mrs. Sawyer. She was a very creative teacher and stretched our imaginations in her teachings.

  30. My favorite teacher was Mr Sellerite for 5th grade. What is fun is one of my 5th grade classmates took over his class when he retired.

  31. My favorite teacher was the Kindergarten teacher my kids had – she made learning fun giving them a love of learning new skills.

  32. My first grade teacher was my favorite. She really cared about each student personally and made you feel special and saw your strengths.

  33. My favorite teachers where my Kindergarten (Mrs Stowe) and my 3rd Grade (Mrs Hansen) teachers. They were just the best!

  34. My favorite teacher was Sister Teresa Marie. She did the
    office occupations classes – typing and shorthand. You
    can tell that was a LONG time ago. Loved her and her
    classes. Shorthand was my favorite.
    thanks for having the hop
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  35. I love these owls they are just so adorable! My favorite teacher was my 5th grade teacher Mrs. Austin. She made it so easy to understand all the lessons. We used to read books and then put on elaborate plays in our classroom with costumes, props, and backdrops. Then all the younger grades would come and watch us perform. It was such a great year!

  36. Wow trying to remember my favorite teacher the only one that has stuck out all these years for me was Mr Barnett whom has since passed away. He was a good looking teacher with a great sense of humor.

  37. I love the growing tree slider card. OMGosh, I think that tree die will be on my wish list!
    My most inspiring teacher was Ms. King in fourth grade.

  38. Love the owl cards, so cute and clever! My favorite teacher was my freshman year history teacher, she really made things fun!

  39. The owls have so much personality, and I love all the ideas for teachers! They are such important people and never get enough credit for all they do. My favorite teacher was my high school English teacher, Mrs. Jones, who made a big difference in my life.

  40. I don’t know if I could pick a favorite teach – just like I don’t know if I could pick a favorite Lawn Fawn set. The two teachers tied for my favorite are Noralee Cox (high school mathematics) and Michael J. Murray (freshman honors English). I lost touch with both of them but hope they are doing well.

  41. Adorable samples! My favorite teacher was my middle school math teacher, Mr. Oliva. He wore orange pants on test days and was crazy and made math fun.

  42. My high school senior English teacher Mr. Coutant was awesome and made learning fun. I looked forward to going instead of dreading it.

  43. My favourite teacher was Mr. Horon who taught Grade 5 Math. He was a teacher who really cared about his students. Thanks for the chance to win. Good luck everyone.

  44. I am excited about the new bone folder. My favorite teacher was my 6th grade teacher, she really had a way with the unruly kids and made learning fun.

  45. I love all of your line borders and the Happy Fall is a great addition. Love the owls, especially with the glasses added on.

  46. The cuteness is OVERWHELMING!!!!
    My favorite teacher was my 3rd grade teacher Mrs. Hahn. I was the “star” CinderBUNNY in our class play and on the day of our play I was sick… my mom drove me to school and I stayed in the car while she went in to tell Mrs. Hahn the bad news… Mrs. Hahn ask her to stay with the class and she came out to the car and talked to me and coaxed me in to do the play. I DID and it turned out GREAT and even though I didn’t feel great I was happy to do it!

  47. Love the owls, too! My senior high chemistry teacher was pretty amazing! He kept us engaged and explained things so well that it really helped carry me through first year University chemistry!

  48. Meghan’s card is simply adorable!
    My favourite teacher Mrs Reed, always encouraging, kind, and she inspired my love of reading! I never had another teacher that was as fabulous as Mrs. Reed.

  49. Fabulous Owl creations! Ms Ellis was my fifth grade teacher. She is amazing! We still keep in contact with Christmas cards. 🙂

  50. The growing tree is a great idea for the slider card! And I just happen to already own the tree. I think a tiered wedding cake would also be nice on a double slider. One thing I really like about Lawn Fawn is your attention to detail ie that the owl’s eyes are spaced so the glasses will fit on either type of owl.

  51. Adorable cards! My favorite teacher is my daughter. She just started her fourth year as a 4th grade teacher. The students and parents love her and, of course, I do, too! Although she is grossly underpaid (as are all elementary and high school teachers in Arizona), she absolutely loves her work and the students she teaches. I admire her dedication and commitment, and I’m very proud of her!

  52. Those little owls are so stinkin cute. Good job showcasing them ladies. And the new teacher products are awesome too. Thanks again LF for all the inspiration!

  53. This release is so amazing as so many things coordinate and work together, I love fall and all these projects just make me smile! My favourite teacher was my Grade 5 teacher Merry Mansfield. I had just moved and thought she was amazing at including everyone and keeping the bullies in check!

  54. Love those sweet owls and the sentiment line borders are excellent. My favorite teacher was my 8th grade teacher – Mrs. Rehak. She read to us, inspiring us to read more, gave us Jumble Word Puzzles to unscramble, but most importantly was so very thoughtful – finding ways to let me know everything was alright when my family was going through a difficult time. That was 47 years ago, but she’s always the first person that comes to mind when I hear the words favorite teacher.

  55. My favorite teacher I had for three years straight! She was in charge of our school newspaper and helped instill a lifelong love of writing and graphic art. I went on to design my first tattoo – an owl!

  56. My High School chemistry teacher Mr. Hammond was one of my favorite teachers. He was pretty no nonsense on the outside but a softie to the core. Taught me a lot bout chemistry and life.

  57. My community college biology professor who encouraged me to apply for medical school and forever changed the trajectory of my life…I deeply appreciate his belief in me.

  58. My fourth grade teacher made a big impact on me and helped shape the rest of my time in school.

    Especially love Kay’s card with the reverse scallop!

  59. Love the owls! My favorite teacher was my high school band teacher. He gave 100% to his students and was pretty funny to boot!

  60. From jr high, which was….ahem…. a really long time ago, Mr. Connelly, who was my English teacher. He encouraged me to write stories and be creative. I’m a writer today, and teach as an adjunct. Eventoday, I still think of him fondly.

  61. My favorite teacher was one of my high school teachers, Ms. Llewellyn. She was tough but fair, strict but sarcastic, and would always be there for anything you needed.

  62. Oops forgot to mention a favorite teacher. In third grade we had a teacher who came in who was our craft day teacher one day a week, Miss Brennamen. She was the best, so much fun and sweet. When our regular teacher had to go out on leave for a few months we got Miss. Brennamen full time and we all loved her so much.

  63. I have many favorite educators that have influenced my life. My high school dance teacher (Mrs. H.) was amazing. Her classes were fun, she was relate-able, and she sponsored trips out of the country. She did much more than teach us dance, she taught us about life.

  64. I have had many great educators influence my life. My high school dance teacher (Mrs. H.) was amazing. Her class was fun, she was relatable, and she sponsored trips out of the county. She did so much more than teach us dance, she taught us about life.

    1. Forgot to mention something about my favorite teacher(s) – It’s hard to pick one, but I would say I had a great time in my 7th grade math class because my teacher was so funny and really tried to make sure everyone understood the topics.

  65. My favorite teacher was a substitute teacher named Mr. Padilla, he was subbing in my history class but decided to teach us how to count in Japanese. 45 years later, I still remember how.

  66. Hands down my favourite teacher was Mme Martelli. I had her for two grades and feel it was because of her I wanted to become a teacher (I didn’t…yet). And I LOVE seeing my kids have inspiring teachers.

  67. My favorite teacher was my high school math and science teacher. He was so good at his job and made school and learning fun. 🙂

  68. My favorite teacher was my first grade teacher Mrs. Tremelling she knew that shy kids didn’t mean that they couldn’t learn. Love the Owlsome stamp set!

  69. Love all the delightful samples!
    My favorite teacher was a creative writing teacher I had in junior college, Mr. Lyon.

  70. Oh man! My favorite teacher was my 7th grade honors english teacher! He was all about Shakespeare and loved to do projects. It was always fun in his classroom!

  71. I’ve been blessed to have had many wonderful teachers in my life. Teachers who encouraged as well as taught me. My third grade teacher died within this past year, so I will share one fun thing she did. Each year on our birthday we got a “decorated” (not plain yellow) pencil and a Bit ‘o Honey Candy bar. 😊 If Lawn Fawn had been around in the early 70s, I would’ve given her an “You’re an Owlsome Teacher” card! 😉

  72. While not a formal educator, my favorite teacher has been my dad. He’s always been there to teach us the stuff you don’t learn in schools, like the value of family time sitting on the lake waiting for fish to bite. Or how to change a tire or oil filter on my car.

  73. The owls are really cute. I guess the teacher that stands out the most to me would have been my Senior English teacher. She just was so helpful and easy to talk with, that learning was really fun.

  74. OWLS!!!- yes please! These owls are adorable!
    One of my favorite teachers was my English teacher my Junior year, Sara Day. She encouraged free thinking and creativity, and was truly a beautiful human being. It didn’t hurt that English was my favorite subject. : )

  75. My mom homeschooled me, so for me this is an easy one! 🙂 My sacrificed a lot for us and I love bunches!

  76. My favorite teacher was Mr. McClurg my 4th grade teacher!!! He taught me how to be a good person and always be kind to people!! Love these super cute cards!!!

  77. I love the reverse scallop dies they are so cute the new stamp you are owlsome is cute love the line dies I love it all

  78. My favorite teacher was my 7th grade teacher, Mr. Scharf. I also really liked his wife, who was the cheerleading coach. They were such a cute young couple.

  79. Love these owls!! My favorite teacher was my high school world history teacher. She really opened my eyes to the great big world out there!

  80. You’ve inspired me to create something new this fall for my children’s teacher; I can’t wait to get the owl stamp set.
    My favorite teacher was my art teacher, Mr. Lewis, who opened my eyes to all the different exciting options available in creating art besides paint, markers and pencils.

  81. These owls are so cute, you can make a whole owl family gathering 😀

    my favourite teacher was kind, loved to teach and because he ewas so nice and understanding and cool (he was the drummer in a rock band as we found out via youtube 😀 ) and you wanted to be good in his class because you liked him and we didn’t do anything stupid in his class. He was the ebst, even caring for the children after lessons if they had prolems at home or with other children and so on. He even won an award for being the best teacher in whole germany. All puils voted for him, even those who already graduated and we were so glad that he won. Best man ever ♥

  82. My oh my – such lovely creations here – my 3rd grade teacher was the best ever – she was kind and thoughtful and showed love to her students – TFS and for this hop

  83. My favorite teacher was Mr. Halko, the art teacher at my high school who really inspired me to get into art, I have recently connected with him through facebook and told him how he inspired so much of what I do today! I think he was touched to hear from me, but I know how teachers really appreciate reaching students. (I graduated in the mid ’80’s, and he still remembered me!) Anyhow, LOVE this blog and all the cute ideas! Can’t wait till Aug 23!!

  84. My middle school math teacher was one of my favorite teachers. I now teach MS math and try to do my memory of her justice!

  85. Love the cute owls. I just found out that my favorite teacher died this summer. He was a professor at the college I attended and really inspired his students to excel.

  86. Cute owls!!
    My favorite teacher was my 1st grade teacher, Mrs. Randall. She made reading fun with reading goals and prizes, she instilled a love of reading in me!

  87. Both my parents were teachers and my sister is a teacher, so I would have to say they are my favorites, but of the teachers that I had, i would have to say my kindergarten teacher was the most amazing woman ever. She followed us through the years and kept in contact. When i became a nurse and started working, she was a volunteer at the hospital I worked at and she brought me a surprise one day. It was a project from when I was in her class. She kept things from each of her students over the years. This was at least 20 years later and she still had it. I adored that woman.

  88. Love the owls! My favourite teacher was in Grade 5. As I went to private school, she was a nun – Sister Elaine. I still think of her all the time. She helped me through some difficult growing years after that as well. Will never forget her!!!

  89. My favorite teacher was Ms. Hercilia Breton. She was my Freshman year Honors English teacher in high school and she was strict! She was tough, but she made me a better student and taught me lessons that I still remember today. Thanks, Ms. Breton.

  90. My second grade teacher was my favorite. She encouraged me and loved me when I struggled to stay on task. She helped me find my gifts. Twenty years later she did the same thing for my cousin’s oldest daughter.

  91. My daughter’s second grade teacher was amazing! We had a mid-year move into her class and she was the most supportive and gracious teacher during the (long) transition. She’s amazing!

  92. My favourite teacher was my grade 8 teacher Mrs Ray. She was tough but she made me believe in my abilities. Live today’s adorable projects.

  93. These owls are super cute. Those little glasses just make me giggle. My favorite teacher was Mrs Lindeman, my third grade teacher. She was so kind and caring and really wanted the best for all of her students. I’ve never forgotten her, even after all these years.

  94. One of my favorite teachers is Lance Timco. He teaches ceramics at my local community college. I only met him this past semester but he has introduced me to what I hope will become my career. His enthusiasm and passion is contagious and he is more than happy to share his knowledge. He is extremely talented and always full of encouragement. He is a wonderful person and great teacher!

  95. Love today’s inspiration. My favourite teacher was my year 7 science teacher Mr Robertson. He was from Australia (I’m in the UK) and he made science so fun and kept us amused with stories about spiders and sharks.

  96. I LOVE the owl graduation shadow box card. I work at a university, and I can think of a lot of people who’d love to receive it. I was fortunate to have many great teachers, so it would be impossible to pick a favorite. My favorites were the ones who challenged me to think “bigger,” like my 5th grade teacher who pushed me to publish my work or my university professor who recommended I teach a few courses. Both of them encouraged me to follow new paths and, ultimately, fall in love with writing and teaching.

  97. These owls are just too cute! My mom LOVE owls and they would be perfect for her greeting cards! I still remember my favorite teacher in elementary school, maestra Anna! She was the kindest teacher I’ve ever had!

  98. My favorite teacher was the art teacher. I fell in love with crafting because of her. That was long ago. It’s a shame that schools don’t have this (I’ll call it a necessity) at least once a week like we did. She had all the materials we needed and they weren’t elaborate creations but they were fun.

  99. I love the glasses with the owls! All my family wear glasses, so my critter characters will better match my recipients. Thank you!

  100. Like everyone else I am in love with these owls! I had a lot of great teachers but two of my favourites are Mrs. Dodson and Mrs. Provens from elementary school. They were very caring and supportive women that made you feel like you were important.

  101. Ms. Chestnut. I had her for Kindergarten back in the day when Kindergarten was only half a day. She helped me read better, tie a shoelace…all the things that helped me function!
    After I graduated college, I started substitute teaching. There was one Elementary School I was at frequently. I was substituting for a new Kindergarten teacher and needed some supplies. I went down the hall to one of the other Kindergarten teachers. She looked at me and immediately asked me where I went to school. I told her then she asked me who was my Kindergarten teacher; when I said it was her she said she remembered me! Crazy!
    I was a really quiet, shy, behaved child who was too scared to talk out loud in class! Not sure how she remembered me but it made a huge impression! Maybe that is why she has been teacher of the year more than once in our state!

  102. These owls are the cutest and I just love this new Knit Picky paper. Of all my teachers, Mrs. Parr stands out the most in my mind. She did not teach me any subject, but she was the Girl Scout leader in my school. She was a great exemplar to us impressionable teenagers of what a strong woman was. She treated us all as her own and we’d all pile into her station wagon after Girl Scout meetings, and she ensured that we each got home safely. Her nurturing greatly influenced the woman I became and I owe her so much.

  103. SQUEAL!! I LOVE the NEW Products and the AMAZING Inspiration!! THANKS SO MUCH for sharing and for the chances to WIN!! Have a FABULOUS WEEKEND!!
    My FAVORITE Teacher’s from school were Mrs.Stewart, Mr. Helberge and Mr. Casper!! They made learning FUN, were there to support us in and out of school activities and are still AMAZING teachers and Role Models today for my Kiddos!!

  104. my favorite teacher was a developmental psychology professor in college who literally saved me from self-destruction my freshman year.

  105. Fabulous projects! One of my favourite teachers was my grade 9 science teacher. You always heard about how mean and hard she was. But I learned a lot from her and she was the nicest teacher ever – hard, but nice!

  106. My favorite teacher was probably my Trig/Calculus teacher in high school … she made class fun! Love these owls!

  107. These are all so adorable!! I’ve never been a huge fan of owls, but these little guys are super cute!! I went to a non-traditional school, we only had a few teachers and several of them were related to me. So, my favorite was probably my aunt, she was my “supervisor” during elementary school.

  108. Those owls are too cute. I have liked everything I’ve seen so far. The DT has done a great job. My favorite teacher is my daughter who is a kindergarten teacher. She loves her job.

  109. Love seeing all the fall projects! Can’t wait to get to crafting for fall! My favorite teacher is actually my daughter’s music teacher that she has had for the past 2 years. He is amazing!

  110. The little owls are so cute and I love the sentiments. My favorite teacher was Mrs. Harrison. She was my business teacher in high school.

  111. My favorite teacher was my Third Grade teacher Sister Mary Sharon. She was always so encouraging and treated us as if we would understand what she was teaching. Instead of assuming we wouldn’t understand.

  112. All the samples are super cute!
    I loved all of my teachers but I did have a favorite… Miss Horne! After I graduated from high school and went on to college I stayed in touch with her. And every time I would go home to visit my parents I would also visit her and her family. We also wrote each other during the years and did so until her death 2 years ago. She will always have a special place in my heart…

  113. This are all just adorable! I love the cute owls – for fall cards or teacher cards – they work perfectly. I am SO ready for this release! x

  114. Great projects today.
    My Green teacher was my favorite …she made class interesting and a fun way to learn.

  115. Hi! My favourite teacher has to be Mrs. Ayafor. She was my eldest son and my daughters teacher just last year, I hope my youngest son gets her as a teacher too when he gets to grade 2 because she is lovely, smart, patient but taken no guff!

  116. Was fortunate to have several great teachers! The one that sticks out the most for me was 2nd grade – Mrs. Booty – we relocated in the middle of the school year and she did everything to make me feel comfortable in a new school – very sweet lady!

  117. Too cute. My favorite teacher was in elementary. She was the most caring and supportive teacher Who genuinely cared.

  118. Cute ideas as always! It’s been so long, I can’t remember any one in particular….I had many wonderful teachers at school. My mom is probably #1 though!!

  119. My favourite teacher was Mr Garces – my music teacher! He was a huge inspiration to me, and we still keep in touch 10 years after I graduated!

  120. My favorite teacher was my 1st grade teacher Mrs. Reburg. She would have me help her everyday after school grade papers, set up her class and be her assistant from 2nd – 5th grade. She was a great role model and a wonderful human being. My children’s favorite teachers have been: Mrs. Stinson and Mr. Lee for my son and Mrs. Moses for my daughter. They were 3rd and 4th grade teachers and expected nothing more than 100% from my kids. I love them all.

  121. I love the teflon bone folder! I already had a few but when I tried this one, I knew it was the best by far.
    My favorite teacher was my 10th grade history teacher. We still keep in touch after many years of graduating from high school. This year he came to my house and visited with me and my husband. We had a great time!

  122. My favourite teacher is one I worked with … her name is Mrs Nicole Atkins and she is just amazing. She has such a kind and patient manner with kids and they really respect her for that.

  123. I don’t remember any of my teachers but I remember one wonderful high school teacher who helped my daughter feel more confident.

  124. My favorite teacher was my year 9 English teacher, who also was my debating coach. He was so awesome and I owe my career to him.

  125. My first favorite teacher was my fourth grade teacher. I was lucky and had many more along the way! Thanks so much for the chance to win!

  126. I love So Owlsome! My favourite teacher was my Indonesian and German teacher – she was so kind and inspired us to try hard.

  127. I know this sounds kind of cheesy, but my favorite teacher is my Mom. She was my teacher for 5 years in homeschooling and then 4 additional years at school.

  128. My kindergarten teacher was just so sweet and made all the kids in her class feel special. I loved all the fun activities we would do and her caring nature.

  129. my favorite teacher was my art teachers! I had so many over the years I can’t pick a favorite. they were all great!

  130. Love these little owls and all of the projects everyone created with them!

    A fave teacher… hmm… right now that’d be my oldest’s band teacher – he’s new this year and seems really great for the band!

  131. My favorite teacher was probably my college geography professor! At the time I was in business school and his passion for geography made me passionate about it as well.. now I make maps for a living!

  132. These cards are all so fabulous it would be impossible to pick a favorite. I love the owls; what an amazing release.

  133. I forgot to add that my favorite teacher was Ms. Green, High School English, she taught me to think before I speak and to think critically.

  134. love love love. I have a memory about one of my fav teachers: I was in grade 3 and I placed a red sticker on my nose, I forgot about the sticker and as she was speaking she stops mid sentence, staring at me and chuckles that I have a sticker on my nose haha…

  135. My favorite teacher is my Illustration teacher from college! He was a great teacher whose door was always open if you needed extra help 🙂 plus he was hilarious! I was lucky enough to have him his last years of teaching! He retired after I graduated!

  136. My favorite teacher was Mrs. Keeperman in my Kindergarden year. I was a shy and scared in every way. I remeber her talking to me and how comfortable she made me feel and before too long, I remember making some very lasting relationships with friends. Still have my report card that my mom saved for me from over 45 years ago! 🙂

  137. These cards are infused with joy and love…and they will touch the hearts of the people receiving them, especially teachers. My special teacher is J. Wowk, who was my #1 mentor over many years of my teaching career. He taught me a myriad of things, but the one that resonates most strongly was that we were ‘teachers of students’, first; teachers of high school English, next. That, alone, fashioned my approach to my interactions with students and how I delivered curriculum (voice and choice were at the essence of all I did). I can only hope that I had as positive an influence on their lives, as a teacher, as Jerry did on mine.
    ~carol

  138. They all are amazing and beautiful for this Fall season!
    I love the interactive cards a lot.
    My daughters have amazing teachers and they are all our favorites!

  139. Love those sweet Owls…I can’t wait!!!
    Two of my FAVE Teachers were Sister Timothy, she sold candy during our lunch hour and Sister Carlanita, she helped me with Math and was very patient and understanding!!!

  140. One of my favorite teachers was a college professor that taught Pre-Calculus, Calculus & Statistics. I enjoyed the class so much that I took several classes taught by him: Pre Calc I, Pre Calc II, Calc I – III, Statistics & Metrics. When I went to college the college was on the Quarter system as in 10 wk classes and not semester.
    Melissa
    “Sunshine HoneyBee”

  141. So many great projects!! I think my favorites might be the slider card with the graduation hats in the air, and the shadowbox graduation card. Three more days before we get to play!

  142. Cute cute cute!!!!! I had a lot of great teachers. My favorite was my 3rd grade teacher. She was a wonderful lady. Loved kids so much. Thanks!!!

  143. My favorite teacher was my high school civics teacher. He was tough but always fair. You always knew what he expected & where you stood in his class. A refreshing change from some of the oddball teachers I had in other classes.

  144. My favourite teacher was my high school science teacher, very strict and stern on the surface, but a true inspiring wonderful lady!

  145. Wow, another day of amazing cards! Such pretty fall colors, love them all! I was lucky to have many favorite teachers in my life, all the way through graduate school. However, my second grade teacher will always hold a special place in my heart…Sr. Erminia was the most loving, caring teacher ever! She encouraged us to do our very best and always praised us for trying, no matter the outcome! She used to call me on my birthday every year, even into my adulthood…she even called me at my college and I thought it was my brother prank-calling me! We both shared December birthdays and she always managed to make me feel special. Rest in peace, Sr. Erminia!

  146. I love the owls so much! They are adorable!! I only had one teacher from elementary school to high school, so she was both my favorite and my least favorite teacher, lol! She was my mom, and I was homeschooled. 🙂

  147. Fall colors are my thing, but wow I am loving the pops of blues in there! I’ll have to add some blue to my fall cards.

  148. My favorite teacher! I have had so many wonderful teachers, from Kindergarten through Graduate School. One of my favorites was Sandra Hupp, when I was an undergraduate. She instilled in me.that I could do this. She helped set me on my career path and she was smart, kind, helpful, strong, and gave me such confidence, advice, and guidance. She was amazing. Thank you Dr. Hupp for everything you have done for me!

  149. Such an adorable stamp!

    I’ve been so lucky to have several amazing teachers but my favorite was my photography department head and
    professor in college. He was so knowledgeable, there was nothing he didn’t know, and very helpful. We still talk now, years later. I always would joke that I wanted to be him one day…still do.

  150. Owls are sweet! I had so many good teachers that did fun projects and read to us. Mrs Mitton, Mr. Kyles, Mrs. Ambrose, and Mr. Schofield and that’s just elementary =)

  151. Owlsome is right!!! Such fabulous samples. My favorite teacher was my 7th grade math teacher, Miss Campbell. She was strict, but I learned so much from her.

  152. My favorite teacher will always be my Language Arts teacher, Mrs. Simmons. We are still in contact, 24 years later 🙂 This release is sooooo awesome!!!

  153. My favorite teacher was my Kindergarten teacher! I didn’t see her again until I was in grade 12 when she was evaluating a student teacher in our French class. She picked me right out of all those faces because she remembered all her “kids” <3

  154. My 8th grade science teacher, Mr. Parker, had us do projects each quarter that we could base on our interests. This was before standardized testing. I loved it. I became a science teacher too. There is something to be said about allowing students to learn what they love, and not what a lobbyist thinks they should learn! Oops…editorial comment there!

  155. Adorable projects today!! My favorite teacher would have to be my 3rd grade teacher Mr. Rassmesun. He was the first teacher to really talk about the universe and evolution and our place in it. And that was it, I was hooked! Science has ever since been the foundation for actually who I am today.

  156. I’ll always remember my favorite history teacher from high school, Doc Taylor. I didn’t have a ton of male teachers in school, and he was funny, kind, and knew his stuff! Both my sisters had him too – great teacher and role model!

  157. My FAVORITE teacher was the one who inspired me to get into healthcare. She cheered me on every step of the way and has been a mentor for many many years. LOVE her 🙂

  158. Darling little nervou owls! I have had many favorite teachers (and became one myself!) I loved my third grade, fifth grade, algebra, and biology teacher!

  159. Being a teacher myself, my favorite TEACHERS are my fellow 5th grade teammates! I couldn’t do this hard and important work without them! Go Creekside Otters!

  160. My 5th grade teacher Mrs. Wynn was amazing. In a close minded small community she stood up for what she knew was right instead of conforming to fit in. She taught me to question authority and make my own decisions when the situation called for it. I loved her so much.

  161. I’ve been lucky enough to have had so many great teachers that I wouldn’t want to single out just one or two to mention. The owls are so cute, and Melissa’s shadow box card looks so neat!

  162. My favorite teacher was my Mother. And now I am blessed to be able to follow in her footsteps as a Teacher. I love working at my kids school as the Special Ed Teacher.

  163. My German teacher in freshman year in college. He was sooooo AWAKE for 8:30 AM class (meaning, he was energetic to teach us)! LOL He made the classes so much fun to learn! After my 1st year, he left for another college to teach… :'(

  164. My favorite teacher was my 3rd-5th grade teacher. I went to school in a building with only 3 classrooms. Our teacher had to manage 3 classes in the same room. She was amazing – she is the one who taught me how to be creative. Every year for Valentine’s Day, she would make an elaborate Valentine’s box. She was very creative.

    I love all the creativity surrounding this release! I’m excited for the release!

  165. Love these cards!!!! My favorite teacher was my art teacher in high school. She is a big reason why I went into Graphic Design later in life.

  166. Fall is one of my favorite times of year and it is so nice to have stamps to use to send fall greetings. The owls are super cute and I really like the leaves and trees.

  167. Wow! I LOVE owls! I have had so many amazing teachers over the years, which is why I love education! I attended a private Catholic high school, taught by Christian brothers, and my favorite teacher was Br. Larry, who taught all kinds of English and writing classes, and also was our Forensics coach! He was really inspiring to me in so many ways. He even made his own Christmas cards too, with beautiful poetry and hymn lyrics done in pen and ink calligraphy! He was a visionary!

  168. My favorite teacher is my mom. She was never my teacher, but she was a dang good one. She taught special education and worked very hard for her students. There were many nights she’d bring her work home and let me help with building folders or stacking them up for her. I’m proud to be her daughter.

  169. My favorite teacher was Mrs. Fisher in 1st grade. She had a really neat poem book that we colored and learned a new poem every week that helped us learn to read.

  170. I’ve loved all my teachers. But my favorite from childhood is my Kindergarten teacher cause we had the same first name. But the most influential in my life is Mrs. Robinson my High school art teacher.

  171. I have had a bunch of amazing teachers throughout my education, but my 5th grade teacher, Mrs. Banjo, sticks in my mind as one of the best. I can’t recall a specific thing that she did that was great, it was more her overall attitude and kindness!

  172. My favorite teacher was when I was in primary school- she always had a smile on her face. And my favorite time was reading time. She made learning so much fun.

  173. Y’all! That double slider surprise graduation card with the flying caps?!? TOO MUCH!! <3 A favorite teacher of mine was actually a pair of instructors in college who taught my leadership class. This course was transformative and so valuable to my development, and led me to my future career!

  174. My favorite teacher was my senior in high school social studies teacher. He was so patient and kind- and always was good about checking in on me, when I was going through a hard time! What a nice question! Loving this new stuff!!

  175. Oh my ! So many fantastic creations !! I don’t remember having one favourite teacher. Maybe I was lucky but I really loved them all.
    [margessw(at)icloud(dot)com]

  176. Our chemistry teacher in high school was the best. You had to pay him with cookies to get your lab drawer key back, and he let us try to hit the water tower during rocket week.

  177. It’s been a long time since I was in school, but my US History teacher was amazing. She worked really hard to make history interesting.

  178. My favorite teacher was my second grade teacher, she was the first teacher to recognize and reward my love of reading.

  179. Each one of these fabulous and sweet projects put a huge smile on my face!!! I was fortunate to have had many amazing teachers. The ones that especially stand out are my 2nd, 5th and 7th grade teachers. Their kind and caring ways have never been forgotten.

  180. The owls and the Thanks Teacher are great!!! My son is finishing his first full year as a pre-schooler. His teacher this year been the greatest!!

  181. My favorite teacher was/is my mom. She was a reading coordinator as a profession but continues to teach me life lessons every day!

  182. Love this new release!! My favorite teacher was Mrs. Straw. She taught Home Economics and music in a very small town in a very small school. I loved all the sewing and cooking and all the other life lessons she taught us, like how we treat others really matters even if we don’t care for that person. To just be kind and be fair. She had a beautiful heart and I will never forget her. :). Thanks again for the wonderful inspiration!

  183. Oh, goodness, these owls are too, too cute! And not just for graduation 😉

    My favorite teacher was my 2nd grade teacher. She taught me a love for reading. When I went to college, I would go see her on breaks or weekend trips home. Later, without knowing it, we both relocated to the same city in a different state. Still my favorite and now my friend!

  184. These owls are so adorable. Loving all the new release products and looking forward to using them on my projects.

  185. My favorite teacher was Miss Kerley. She was our English teacher. She was strict, but fair and always encouraged us to be our best. She instilled my love of reading and I think of her often.

  186. My favorite teacher was my high school advanced biology teacher, he inspired my love of science and led to my carerre in the sciences.

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