Easter Stage three: the journal

A thank you card really (semantics).  Here it is.  Kiwa helped with the folded card and completed the card with a personal note for his teacher,  who he will miss. 

Firstly I made the base with card stock making a 't' shaped card and then slowly layer the inside with a couple of more layers so Kiwa could add some butterfly embellishments. 

Firstly a reminder of the actual gift box 

And now the inside of the box with the folded card (and a couple of Easter chocolates)
The tags have little quotes on them. 

And what they can do, if they like, is to re-gift the box 
and card as Kiwa's written note can be removed. 

I love cards that are a little different.  Cards are often given and they sit pretty on the mantel, but I like to think that these types of cards are actually pick up again and again and looked at.      Kiwa liked the idea that his teacher would pick the card up and remember him.  So sweet.     

Hope you like this idea and that you are inspired to made one yourself.  
Would love to see them if you do.