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Category Archives: Kids
I’m not sure why, but not every stamper is in love with the Party Pandas in this year’s Sale-A-Bration offerings. Even so, it’s the most popular freebie that has been chosen to date. I used it for two camp cards … Continue reading
I love to stamp with kids! Do you have a “little” in your life who would enjoy learning the craft of rubber stamping? This stamp camp is designed to introduce a girl currently in 1st through 3rd grade to the … Continue reading
Who doesn’t love a card with playful action? Hardly anyone, based on the reactions to this April camp card! Almost everyone had the same “Awww!” response, complete with big smile. There’s plenty of retiring product on this card, including the … Continue reading
Thanks for returning to see my little tutorial on how to create the bear-holding-heart effect! Here’s the original stamped and cut image. Note how the arms are out and curved upward. Hi, buddy! Now we’re going to do a little … Continue reading
Haha! I know you think this is a get-ready-for-spring fitness post and I’ve made an embarrassing grammar slip. In truth, it’s about this card for the Kindergartner, which I snuck into his locker last week for a Valentine’s Day morning … Continue reading
It wasn’t intentional, but every camp card this month has an animal on it — including this one. As I’ve told everyone, I bought this stamp set when it was introduced in last year’s catalog because these images are so … Continue reading
I know exactly who will get this card! I missed Peter’s time with us this week because of a medical thing going on with me. All is well (I think), and I am happily experiencing everything that OnStage has to offer … Continue reading
Just before I left for convention, our DIL called me to say that Peter wanted to tell me something. He announced with great excitement that he had been promoted at swimming lessons to the next level. I shared his excitement, … Continue reading