Hello Stampers! This morning was my Kid's Stamp Camp! I love to have these camps because the kids are always very excited about what I have for them to make! They truly enjoy what they are doing and it shows all over their faces!
It starts with a 4 1/2" by 1 1/2" piece of Pixie Pink cardstock. It was scored at 1 3/4" and 2 3/4". We used the Tag Corner Punch for all four corners.
They used the tag stamp from the SU! Happy Heart Day stamp set. It was punched out with the Small Tag Punch and layered on top of Real Red cardstock that they punched out with the Tag Punch.
They punched holes in the top of it with the 1/4" hole punch and tied a piece of 1/4" Real Red grosgrain ribbon in the top!
If you click on the picture to enlarge it, you can see little teeth marks all over the white piece of cardstock! My dog Maddie decided that the first sample I made was really hers, so she helped herself! I know, chocolate is poison to dogs, but tell her that!!!
This Valentine's card was the second project that they made. Isn't it so cute!!! They used the heart and the kangaroo stamps from the SU! retired stamp set, Toucan of My Love. They really like it when they get to color in the image that they have stamped!!!
The slider cover dimensions are 6" by 7". It is scored at 2 3/4" and 5 1/2". You have to use sticky strip to adhere it together because it needs a strong hold.
The Pretty In Pink band around it is 2 1/2" by 6 1/2".
We made the ladybug from the scallop circle punch and the small hearts are from the SU! Heart to Heart punch. The ladybug head is a 1/2" circle.
The ribbon slots are punched from the Horizontal Slot punch. The ribbon length is approximately 25". Just thread your ribbon through the holes, slide the candy bar into the holder. Tie your ribbon into a bow on top!
I hold my Kid's Camps for those 8 years and older, unless they have previous stamping experience, and then I may go younger! Let me know if you are interested in more information about them, or if you would like to buy a kit of supplies! The kits are $10 each.
Happy Stampin' and TTFN!