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The end of school year is coming and school report cards are on the way! Congratulate the effort of the little (and why not the older ones!) with handmade and personalized school report postcards!

 

Find the step by step instructions below and have a chance to win products from Precious Remembrance Shop and Imagine Crafts!

 

Giveaway Details:

– Hop Along and leave us some comments on each blog.
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– Have fun & Goodluck!
Precious Remembrance Shop: Facebook , Instagram, Blog
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1 Winner : School Days & Totally stamp sets (Precious Remembrance Shop)
1 Winner : $30 Gift Certificate from Imagine Crafts

 

Materials used

 

With a round punch a die cut circles of cardstock and stamp with the round stamps and the VersaFine CLAIR Tulip Red ink pad.

 

Cut 3in (~8cm) long pieces of red ribbon fold in half, trim edges and glue behind the round stamped shapes to create badges.

 

Use a sponge dauber with the circles stencil to decorate the post cards on both sides with VersaColor inks.

 

Stamp the school bus stamp and VersaMark, cover with black embossing powder and heat set.

 

Cut around the stamped buses and color with the All-Purpose yellow paint

 

Use the VersaFine CLAIR Nocturne ink pad and the stamps from the Precious Remembrance Shop set to decorate the postcards.

 

Glue the stamped tracing paper buses on the postcards, continue with the badges and wrap some twine at the side. Add name and text on the right side and back of the postcard.

 

You next stop is Iris Rodriguez with always something unique to show! Have fun!

 

Visit the blogs for more inspiration and don’t forget to check day’s 2 projects!

 

See what other artistis created in their blogs using the same stamp set!

 

 


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25 Responses to “School report postcards”

  1. Oh how super clever! Love those postcards, so amazingly inspiring! Such fabulous detail, I’m totally in love with ve!

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