These are such FUN stamps to play with and the Build-a-Bear Workshop is part of a brand new product line featured in the Holiday Mini Catalog that is now available for order – there are dies for the Big Shot featuring the bear and clothes/outfits for Halloween & Christmas…there are stamps and there is a pack of DSP called Pawsitively Prints with perfectly sized patterns for to make clothes…this whole line is sooo cute and perfect for your kids and grandkids 🙂

You can view the new Holiday Mini Catalog online by clicking HERE and if you would like your very own copy of this fabulous Mini Catalog and reside in the US, please email me your mailing address by clicking HERE and I will be very happy to mail one out to you today 🙂

I wanted to feature a cute card that is sooo simple to make and so perfect for a 3 or 4 year old…it has 6 crayons tucked in a pouch inside so that the little boy or girl can color in their own card…and by using a gender neutral base color of Real Red or Brilliant Blue you could make a batch of these and have one on hand for boy/girl birthdays whenever they come around – and right now back to school bargains make a box of 24 crayons around 20c a box – this would be enough for 4 cards meaning the crayons cost only 5c per card!

To make it simply take a piece of 12×12 cardstock and cut your base to 12″ x 4″ – I used Real Red. Then using your scoring blade score it at 5″, 10″, 10 1/4″ and 11 1/2″. You then fold the score lines and create your pouch. To ensure that the pouch to hold the crayons stays in place, I use a staple to secure it which I cover with an embellishment but you could also use Sticky Strip.

I stamped my bear scene using stamps from Beary Best Friends (pg 34) and I stamped a sentiment on the inside using a stamp from Beary Nice Wishes (pg 36). I trimmed a piece of Brilliant Blue and used my Scallop Edge Punch to make a border. I attached my bears onto it and tied around a piece of Certainly Celery 1/4″ Grosgrain Ribbon. I secured the layers to the card base, added the crayons inside and voila – a very cute, very simple and very quick to make card for those little people 🙂

Playing with my Build-a-Bear Workshop stamps…
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2 thoughts on “Playing with my Build-a-Bear Workshop stamps…

  • September 3, 2009 at 12:51 pm
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    What an absolutely adorable idea, Sarah!!! I love it! May have to case if you don't mind. TFS!

  • September 22, 2009 at 2:17 pm
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    Wow, Sarah, so glad to see how much you are LOVING the Build-A-Bear Workshop line! Gosh, I was not a bear person but given how enthusiastic you are, you may have converted me! You are an inspiration!

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