Well, here are two super quick and simple projects I did over the weekend. The first is a little coin holder for when your little one loses her tooth. You can put the coin into the plastic envelope and pop it under their pillow in exchange for the tooth. Much cuter than just a single coin that can easily get lost. Besides, it is "official"! I did colour the crown yellow and the dress pink, but it got really washed out in the photo.
Yes, I know Kayleigh is only 2.5 years old, and I am quite a ways from being able to use this, but still......... had the stamp, had to be made!!
This second quick project was just because I wanted to play with my new big shot. So, I stacked up about 30 little squares of printer paper and one square of some of the gorgeous greenhouse gala DSP and sent it all through the bigshot at once. Can I just say - LOVE THIS MACHINE!!
For the covers, I put some hard plastic report covers through, then punched a hole through it all with my crop-a-dial, and put a large jump ring through to hold it all together in a little note book. Some baja breeze seam binding to finish it off, along with a little thank-you stamped in stazon. Would make for a great little gift for someone, and took about 5 minutes to make.
Toothfairy stamp (SU!)
Basic black ink
Plastic coin collectors wallet
Butterflies BS Die
Baja Breeze ribbon
Greenhouse Gala DSP
Just Believe set (SU)
Plastic report cover