Get your kids excited about creating with their hands! An old-school concept, I know, but my absolute favourite gifts are the ones that are handmade.
I love receiving gifts that people take the time and effort to think about and then execute.
If that sounds right up your alley then you will love Stampin’ Up!
What is Stampin’ Up! ?
Stampin’ Up! is a company that provides different products for creatives to express their own creativity through handmade cards, paper crafting projects, memory keeping, and home décor.
With project kits, bundles, craft paper and stamps, the artist in you will be sure to come out.
Looking for something?
While you scroll on their website you will notice that they have a variety of different stamps that will help in your paper crafting needs. Special occasions like birthdays, wedding days and any holiday that requires a card can be another great excuse to play around with your Stampin Up items.
Stampin’ Up! products are available for purchase through a network of independent sales consultants called demonstrators. You’ll find demonstrators, and products, in the United States and Puerto Rico, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Austria, the Netherlands, and Japan.
DIY Fathers Day Card
DIY projects are great to do with kids and for friends on gifting occasions such as Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. Since Mother’s Day has already passed, we used our Stampin’ Up! products to create this super simple Father’s Day card.
I didn’t want to go over the top since I’m new to creating with my hands and can only do so much with the new skills that I have.
This is how I made it.
I took 1 piece of designer paper, 1 piece of cardstock and cut them into squares. Glued them together. Then I used the “apron” stamp from my “Apron of Love” photopolymer stamp bundle, pressed into my black ink and then pressed firmly onto my cardstock paper.
I can’t wait to get more items from Stampin’ Up! and get even more creative with my cards! Who knows, maybe you will even get one for fun?!
What would you make with their items?
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