June 27, 2007

My Tutorial is on Splitcoast Today!

I am pleased to announce that Splitcoaststampers published one of my Tutorials today! This one is for a Mini Backpack Badgeholder Book! What is especially cool is that now that Stampin' Up! sells (spoiler alert!) the Crop-a-dile, demonstrators can use this quick and easy project for stamp camps and classes!

Besides the book I made for SCS, I created this little Activity Book for my Son Anderson (who turned 3 yesterday!) Use the link above to access the tutorial. This little activity book clips nicely onto a diaperbag. stroller or shopping cart. The plastic sleeves make it the perfect album for a child!



I used the Retired Stamp Set "Toy Box" for this project... and just about every small punch I own! The numbers were created with a Cuttlebug (Red Tag Alphabet), and the images colored with SU! markers. Karen Foster Snap Stamps were used for the title.

I wanted to add; the tutorial on Splitcoast used The Simply Scrappin’ Kit “party Pieces” by SU!. Paper colors are Pumpkin Pie and Tempting Turquoise. Stamps; DoodleFactory by Sun Spirit Studios and Karen Foster Snap Stamps. Ink; Basic Black. Ribbon; Turquoise Grosgrain by Stampin’ Up! and Miscellaneous polka dot ribbon by an unknown maker.

8 comments:

Janet said...

OH MY WORD!!! I LOVE this! I saw it on SCS this afternoon and was totally sold and ready to go buy a ton of badge holders. And then....I see your little son's book! I have a two year old and there are four other two year olds in my immediate family. Guess what they are getting for their bdays????? LOVE this, Sarah. Thank you so much for sharing!!!!

scoopy said...

This is so very cute! Congrats on your tutorial being featured! This makes me want to run out and buy some badge holders!

Toni said...

What a GREAT Idea!

Suzette said...

Congratulations on your tutorial on SC!!! It was adorable, just like all your recent chipboard cards. You're so gifted and it's good the SCS recognizes that too!!

Stampernmore said...

SU is selling the Crop a Dile?! I am still waiting for my cattys to get here, so that is just a huge surprise! This is such a great idea! I love what you did for your sons book too, I am going to try that for my 3 year old.

Colleen Schaan said...

How cute!!! What an original idea....(tee hee)

Beth said...

I have had these badges for the longest time and just not done anything with them! The tutorial is great and now I'll make my own book!
Thanks so much for the great information - your book is too cute.
Beth

lexi said...

i love this one too! congrats on the tutorial... :) lexi