Special Video Tutorial for the Crafting Children AKA Pootlettes!
I get endless pleasure when I get emails from people telling me that they too craft with their children. I think you all know by now that my boys are regulars into my office with me, and that many of their creations have made it onto the blog. Just last week, Oliver was involved in punching, and Jack created a project that spun off dozens of CASEd versions!
I love it when they get involved. Mostly. When I’m on a time challenge, well, that’s not so conducive to calm creativity, but I love it anyway!
And I know that so many of you craft with children, whether your own, your grandchildren, nieces or nephews. So today’s project is one for them to do.
I’ve tried to keep it fairly simple with the scoring, but for all the boys and girls, we’re making our own DSP and you can choose whichever stamp sets you like!
As I said in the video, Mums, Dads, Aunts, Nannas, whoever it is they craft with, if you’d like to share their names here and put a ‘shout out’ for them, please do. For security reasons, I’d rather they didn’t create their own accounts to do it. The internet is a wonderful place, but I want these precious people kept safe. So please do share if you’d like.
Cardstock – 4 x 11″ (28 x 10cm)
Score on the LONG side at 1-1/4, 5-1/4, 6-1/2, 10-1/2″ (3, 13, 16, 26cm)
Score on the SHORT side at 1, 3-1/2″ (2.5, 9cm)
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