Sunday, January 27, 2008
Okay, I obviously love making these type cards, since my hubby is in the army and overseas. The first one is one I made last year and I want to re-make it and add ???something to it. I'm happy with the other two. Which one is your favorite?
I also just got a new "military"stamp set that I am dying to break in. We'll see when I actually find the time...
OKay-this was my first paint can to do-again, I like it, but wonder if I would like the 2nd one I make better.
Also, I LOVE these taggy/ribbon blankets and my daughter LOVED them too when she was an infant, so I make them a lot for friends having babies and they work great to put inside the paint cans!
Aren't these cute? I got the idea from a friend who got it from a Martha St. mag I believe. I added tags later with the witch from the Booglie Eyes set and the "Happy Boo to You". Gave them to my kids teachers last Halloween. I also thought it would be fun to give to a friend with a tag that said something like-ever need help with your spring cleaning? Call me!-just as a fun friend thing to do. (Excuse the mess behind them-if I stamp, that means I am ignoring my house. haha)
My 8 yr old son made these all by himself-absolutely no help or even any suggestions from me. In fact, the "bird" one, I woke up one morning to find him making it for a friend's bday with all my stamp stuff I had left all over the table from the previous night. :) Inside of it, he wrote "Have a squawking birthday!" (Again-all him.) :)
I found these mugs for a dollar each! and thought wow! I could stamp and personalize these and add some snowman soup for my kids teachers for Christmas...so I did! :)
They turned out kinda fun!
The one that is laying flat is a Bella-teacher stamp. It turned out really cute and then I wrote the teacher's name on top before I inserted it into the mug. I also asked the teacher's what some of their interests were and favorites-like colors and other thing and tried to make them personalized that way. I made more than one insert for each teacher as well, so that they could trade them out when they felt like it.
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