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Sunday, September 2, 2012

Rubbernecker Back to School Themed Challenge & Labor Day Sale!


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Every summer my son goes to SCAMP. It's a day camp that runs three days a week for five weeks for children, teens and adults with special needs. In addition to the staff, there are a lot of high school volunteers from the school district that runs it. And evey year I make them something for back to school. Usually it's book marks, but this year I went with mini sticky notes. They're easy to keep in a backpack without getting messed up!







Here are a group of four of the many designs I made for the teens to choose from.



 
Rubbernecker Stamps
 
Alfie & the fire hydrant (77-02)
Dog in the cover (569-18)
Bill on the skateboard (570-13)
Scooter (641-03)

 

This are the average sized sticky notes' cover I made for my son last school year.
It features Alex (570-14).

 
 And what would back to school mean without Labor Day & a sale?
(In Michigan, schools have to start after the holiday for the sake of tourism.)
 
And Rubbernecker is having a sale on accessories - my favorite being Spellbinders!
 
 
In keeping with the school theme, I have this "football" card
that I made for the CAS DT search as a sample..
Isn't that cute dp for the yard lines?
Rubbernecker Stamps: Party Time set (439)
Spellbinders Die: Labels #14
 
 
 
At my son's high school, summer reading is a must. And an essay is due at registration!
I love this sentiment: Good friends, like good books, let you pick up where you left off...
 
Rubbernecker Stamp:
Good Friends sentiment (642-13)
Poppy Panel Background (519)
Spellbinders Die: Labels #7
 
 
Two of the mini sticky note holders above also use a Spellbinders die cut: Labels #9
 

1 comment:

Ellen said...

These are all fabulous projects Jen! I especially find your sticky notes covers inspiring! Have a fabulous holiday!:)