Tuesday, February 21, 2012

My Pink Designer Post

Hi Everyone!  I hope you're having a nice week so far.  Today is My Pink Designer Post day!  This month our challenge was...

Theme: How many can you use???!!!!
Use as many My Pink Stamper stamps from any set(s) on ONE project. It can be a card, scrapbook page or mini book. Let's see who can use the most stamps! 

I have to say...best challenge EVER!  I had so much fun with this and immediately knew what I wanted to make.  I've had this idea for awhile now, so this gave me the perfect motivation to create it. :)  I must warn you though, there are a lot of pictures and details to this project, so I apologize if my post is long. I used eleven My Pink Stamper sets for my book.

A little background:  When I was a little girl, I used to attend AWANA (which was a wonderful children's program at church). During our singing time, there was always one song that was my favorite....maybe it was because of my own situation of being in a wheelchair, but I loved the idea that we are all created special.  Each time it played, I would sing my little heart out.  It was called "The Butterfly Song".   Here is the link if you'd like to hear it...
So, I decided to make a mini children's book.  The words to each part of the song are in pockets between the pages, and then I found the perfect My Pink Stamper sentiments to go with each page.

(Click on any picture for a larger image)

Butterfly - cut at 1 3/4" (Create a Critter cartridge)
My Pink Stamper "Buggy Punnies"

If I were a butterfly...

Butterflies cut at 1 1/4" (Create a Critter)
My Pink Stamper "From the Heart"

If I were a robin in a tree...

Bird cut at 1 1/2" (flip feature turned on) - Create a Critter
Tree cut at 5 3/4" (fit to length button turned on) Create a Critter
Nest cut at 2 1/2" Create a Critter
My Pink Stamper "Tweetie Hoo Puns"

If I were a fish in the sea...

 Fish cut at 1"
Accessories:  2 @ 1 1/2 and 1 @ 1 1/4"
My Pink Stamper "More Punny-licious

If I were an elephant...

Elephant cut at 1 3/4" Create a Critter
Circus Tent cut at 2" Create a Critter
My Pink Stamper "Punny-licious"

If I were a kangaroo...

Kangaroo cut at 3 3/4" (Birthday Bash cartridge)
My Pink Stamper "Even More Punny-licious"

If I were an Octopus...

Octopus cut at 2 1/4" Create a Critter
Accessory (in orange) 2 @ 3" Create a Critter
My Pink Stamper "Boy Crazy"

If I were a wiggly worm...

Worm cut at 2 1/2" (Create a Critter)
Flowers cut at 1" (Create a Critter)
Flower centers 3/4" (Create a Critter)
My Pink Stamper "School Days"

If I were a fuzzy wuzzy bear...

** Sorry...picture is a little blurry. **

Bear cut at 2 1/4"
Hearts and flowers - EK Success paper shaper punches
My Pink Stamper "More Punny-licious"

If I were a crocodile...

Crocodile (the handbook actually calls it an alligator. :) - cut at 4 1/4" - fit to length (Create a Critter cartridge) 
My Pink Stamper "Biggie Punnies"

And since this post is already quite long, I'll just show you one of the three chorus pages.  They are all pretty much the same design.  Just a different child pictured and a different My Pink Stamper sentiment. (one from "Faithful Sayings" and another from "More Faithful Sayings".

Frame cut at 4" (Fancy Frames cartridge)
Girl cut at 3" (Playtime cartridge)
My Pink Stamper "More Faithful Sayings"

**All stamps used in today's project can be found at these online retailers.

And be sure to check out My Pink Stamper to see more fun projects that my friends have made!
Happy Tuesday! :)


Mobile review said...

nice post man i really apreciate your work Latest Nature Pictures

RockinRenee said...

This is one of the best mini's I have seen! Wonderful reason to make it and wonderfully crafty pages to fill it! Awesome!

Simple Creations said...

Such and AMAZING project! Im sure you had alot of fun creating it.


Missy said...

This is an adorable mini Shelley! I really like all the cute images you chose and the bright, fun colors, and the sentiments go with them perfectly!!

June Houck said...

Shelley, your project makes me grin from ear-to-ear!

DIANA L. said...

What a cute project Love that butterfly.

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