Thursday, June 14, 2007

Father's Day for the kids

The kids really enjoyed the stamp camp! I took a photo of two of the items that the kids made during their stamp camp.
This class was offered to children around 6-12 years of age. The majority of the children that attend my events are between 8-10. Since they are younger you have to plan for things that are not too complicated. I am sure we can all appreciate that. In addition, the children only had 1 hour to complete 3 projects and a card so they needed to be able to create them relatively quickly.

Fixafella Frame Card Recipe

Paper: Close to Cocoa, Whisper White, Chocolate Chip, Bordering Blue
Ink: Noir Black (Palette), Chocolate Chip, Close to Cocoa
Stamp Set(s): Fixafella (Stamping Bella), Stamp of Authenticity
Accessories: Picture Frame, Aquapainter, Stampin Write Markers

Father's Day Tin

Paper: Whisper White
Noir Black (Palette)
Stamp Set(s):
Stamp of Authenticity
Accessories: Scalloped Rectangle Punch (Marvy), Sanding Block, Tin

Note: Sand tin with sanding block and stamp image. Heat set to dry.
The admission tickets were for a movie night, day at the park, etc.. I let the kids decide what they wanted to do with their dads!

Father's Day Jar (dad's bits)

Paper: Whisper White
Noir Black (Palette)
Stamp Set(s):
Stamp of Authenticity, Snap Stamps (Karen Foster)
Accessories: Scalloped Rectangle Punch, Chocolate Grosgrain Ribbon, 1/8th Circle Punch

Note: I filled a few "bits" in the jar and encouraged the children to find things to fill the jars up!

Thanks for stopping by...stay tuned for a new stamped card this afternoon.

Because I love to stamp and you do too!


Quilt Nut said...

love that fella. cute tin!

Shadowcatcher said...

Absolutely love that tin. That's a set I just HAD to have, and really haven't used very much.

Flossie's Follies said...

That tin is great, what a wonderful idea and Mr. Tool man, what can one say.....only good things.

Rose Ann said...

Nice projects! I love the fella framed art, and the tin is so cool! What great ideas!

Sherrie said...

cute projects Alli, I'm sure they will all really enjoy sharing their handmade gifts with their dads! I'll pop back later to see your card.

Angie Tieman said...

Wow! Those are super cute! I'm not even sure if I could make them in an hour, I think they're quite impressive! It sounds like a lot of fun for you and the kids, way to go!