Here's my thing: because of all the card-making that goes on at my house, the kids are always asking if they can get in on the action. I love it. But sometimes, choosing the stamps, stamping, cleaning it up - that's the not-fun part for them. They like coloring, glueing, adding glitter - that kind of stuff. So, with my kidlets in mind, I created a little rag doll card kit for them to enjoy (and believe me, they have already been enjoying...)
I created a fully assembled card so they could see what could be done with their kit. Jake and Mia, sittin' on a log together. So cute.
The kit includes: 14 card-bases in different colors, 14 "scenes", too many die-cut and stamped rag dolls, favor flags with all kinds of different sentiments from the different rag doll sets.
I packaged the cardbases in a clear box, and the rest like this:
You could easily fill the box with crayons instead - wouldn't that be fun? But for now, card accessories. The mini-sized Willa doll is adorable, yes? I love her.
Here's a look at what kinds of scenes you could stamp with the background sets:
I created 7 designs, and stamped 2 of each (no fighting between children, that's always my goal...) At the top, you can see the empty scenes, and I just plopped some of the rag dolls into the scenes at the bottom to give you a better idea.
My girl gets fancy for crafting:
and Thomas uses both ends of the glue-stick...
I thank CSS for teaching my kids their new word-of-the-week: BOOYAH. ha.
And in case you didn't know, Jesus loves rag dolls:
More rag doll on these blogs today: Jen ♥ Audrey ♥ Stephany ♥ CSS blog