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Alphabet Clear Stamps Week: BTP

July 15, 2011

Hello everyone! Cannot beleive it’s already the end of our ‘Alphabet Clear Stamps Week’.

I hope that you have all learnt how versatile the Kaisercraft Clear Stamps can be! There are so many possibilities on how to use them, the only difficult decision you will have to make is choosing which one you want to buy!

To end our ‘Alphabet Clear Stamps Week’ we are going out with a bang with Lori, Ann-Katrin and Jodi showing us more ideas on how to use the stamps.

Lori Leng:

I thought it would be nice to bring a bit of the garden indoors with this mini flower cart. Each mini flower displays a letter to spell out
B L O O M !  How perfect for the summer season. The new Alpha Stamps make it so easy to create any sentiment or thought.  I also used the small O from the Cursive Script as the center for my wheels.  It’s always fun to look at things in a new light and something other than what they were intended, like the center of the wheels.

Materials Used:
KaiserCraft Blae and Ivy Papers, Blae and Ivy Border Sticker, KaiserCraft Alpha Cursive Script Stamp, KaiserCraft Alpha Typewriter Stamp, KaiserCraft Foam Glue Dots.
Other products: Bazzill Cardstock, Ribbon, Florist Foam, Spellbinders Dies


Jodi Dolbel:

The clear stamps Alphabets and Numbers were perfect for this project. They are small enough to fit most names in the area required. Although this might not teach little people to read the days and months, it will help them to recognise the words over time and after changing the days and months over and over again! This is something that would work perfectly in a school or pre-school environment, or even at home for that date conscious child!!

Materials Used:
Train Frame (SB2113), Little Toot Honk (P686), Little Toot Cruise (P691), Little Toot Beep (P690), Little Toot Bang (P687), Little Toot Road Trip (PS155), Title Toot Sticker Sheet (SS106), Little Toot Paper Pad (PP846), Clear Stamp Cartoon Font (CS783), Clear Stamp Date (CS787), KaiserColour Paints – Mango (KC036), Raw Umber (KC032), Lime (KC045)

To place the letters as close together as possible, i stamped them one letter at a time.

To make the pocket in the back of the frame for the numbers/months to sit in i used the frame hole as a template and then added a cm on the long sides and bottom of outline. I then folded the sides and bottom in my half a cm and placed glue on that half a cm folded section to adhere to the back of the hole in the frame.

The little cards are made the size of the frame hole and then mounted onto paper that was half a cm larger so this could slide easily into the paper frame we just made. If they are a little tight to slide in, just cut a fraction of paper from the day/month slide and they will fit perfectly.


Ann-Katrin Toreson:

I made a mini album for my daughter to keep her travel memories in. There are so many great moments in the album and I hope she will continue to explore the rest of the world!

Materials Used:
Little Toot Putt P688, Sticker Sheet SS105, Paper Pad PP846, Rubon RB923, Rubons Moments RB904 and Clear Stamps Typewriter font CS785.

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  • Reply pearl July 15, 2011 at 9:11 am

    what fun projects!

  • Reply AdrianaB July 15, 2011 at 9:54 am

    fun alphabet stamps, fun projects, love them :)

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