Summer School with Laura Bassen


Hello and welcome to another day of summer school! Can you believe that we’re already at day 4?!

Today’s teacher is the super talented and funny Laura Bassen! Laura is using the new Lunchbox Notes stamps and dies from the Teacher’s Pet release to create adorable little cards to include in her kids lunches this year! ;)


Rather than just creating flat panel cards, Laura made small, top-folding white cards and then adhered the diecut scalloped square over top. I love the bright colors of cardstock she used for for all of her cards and the great way she embellished each one with different elements from the stamp set. She even made a mini little shaker card! ;)


To make the fun designs stand out even more on her card, Laura used foam adhesive on the focal areas to pop them off the front of her card. Such a great way to add more dimension to these adorable little cards!

To see how Laura created her card, you can watch the video below.

Summer School wouldn’t be complete without the chance to win some crafty school supplies, right!?


Just leave a comment on this post telling us what your favorite subject was in school! Did you love numbers and enjoy math, or were you most happy when your head was buried in a good book? We can’t wait to hear!

Leave your comment here by August 10, 2014 and we’ll randomly select a winner to win the prize pack shown above!

See you tomorrow for the last day of class!


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  1. Wow, too cute for words. Shaker card for my girls and hubby of course. Favorite class Spanish and math. Home ed was top of my list i made the best cakes. Thanks.

  2. I love the lunch box die. I purchased the die but didn’t get the stamps yet. Can’t wait to get them. I have so many cute ideas for this stamp/die set. I love the one’s you made and they’re great ideas for mini cards. That’s one of the ideas I had that I want to do. Thanks for the tutorials. :-)

  3. Sorry I meant to ask a question. Can you tell me the name of the Acrylic blocks you used in this tutorial? Thank you. :-)

  4. oh my I liked the social part of school much more than the learning part, but I guess I would have to pick math, not that I was good at it just that I like to work with numbers.
    Love your lunch box cards and can already think of many ways to use them

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