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Sister Stamps Release #29 -- More Boo Boo, Buster & Dixie

Hello!  Welcome back to another day of Sister Stamps projects!  Aren't all of these peeking animals so cute and clever?  And they are so quick to color so it was easy for me to make tons of stuff with these new stamps. 

These bookmarks were actually the first set of projects I made with these stamps.  More animal puns here created with Lawn Fawn's alphabet stamps. 

I made these bookmarks for my 3 kids and they have been using them for a while now.  I had this idea in my head to do a partial die cut to just frame the heads of these animals peeking out.  I also stamped, cut and glued extra paws to go over the heart diecut to give it that extra detail.

So sweet, right?  These bookmarks are extra sturdy.  I used some clear contact paper over the cardstock on both sides so the bookmarks are glossy and hopefully will last longer.

They each have hearts in the sentiments too.

Here is the side view and maybe you can see the gloss of the contact paper.

Oh, magnetic too!  And you can see how it was just partially die cut using a Spellbinders circle die.

Okay, I have another project to share in this same post so hopefully you'll stick with me.  It's just cause I have a lot to share and these were inspired by the bookmarks.

Calendars!  I like the way the bookmarks were cut so I thought if I folded them a certain way, they would also make perfect desktop calendars!

I just added in a fold to create a bottom for the calendar.  Also added their paws on dimensional stickers so they go slightly over the calendars and look more like they are holding onto them.

Simple to make.

I plan to add these to my Etsy store.

Hopefully they will be listed by the end of this week or early next week.

Don't forget to see what the DT has created!
Micah (Guest DT)
Jenny (Sister Stamps)
Debi
Linda
Rina

Thanks so much for stopping by!  I'll have couple more projects to share in tomorrow's post as well.

Comments

Rachel Parys said…
More cuteness overload!! lol! I love that you laminated the bookmarks with the contact paper, genius!
Jenny said…
I knew these images would be awesome for calendars! Glad you were able to make some as samples. You are always one step ahead of me.
Bead Crumbs said…
These are really adorable. Especially like the calendars :)
Heidi Brawley said…
Oh my goodness.....those bookmarks and desk calendars are Adorable!!!
Denice said…
Simply adorable! Love all of these, especially those sweet calendars! Whats not to love about this new release!
Leanne said…
Totally cute Eva!! The designs are really cool. And you always put the details on your projects, the paws, reinforcing with contact paper and the magnets, etc... Very professional. The calendars will fly out of the store...
Christine said…
Omg so cute! Those calendars!!! And now my 8 yo daughter said she NEEDS those stamps and so do I! Hahaha
kaleilani said…
Love the calendar
Cheryl said…
So cute! Looks like you're ready for Valentine's day already!

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