Friday, July 24, 2009

Stamp Club July

Since school starts in just a few weeks I thought a school theme for our projects would be fun.


We made a backpack, tiny clipboard, book box, and bookmark.


I also handed out a Student Survival Kit print out to use if they wanted.

Student Survival Kit
Pen/Pencil – choose the “write” even if it isn’t the easy choice.
Eraser - remember you can always correct your mistakes.
Hugs – for those rough days when you really could use a hug.
Glue stick – stick to your goals and you can accomplish anything.
Gum – “chews” good friends, it can make all the difference.

You could fill the backpack with any "survival kit."
A smore's kit or trail mix would be cute with a camping theme.
It would make a super cute teacher giftbag or to hold a gift card and a few goodies for a kid heading off to college.
You could decorate this fun little backpack with just about any theme.

I made the backpack template just wide enough to fit our tiny clipboard.


This cute little book box is the perfect size for a giftcard and a few treats.


You could fit a small gift inside such as the bookmark we made.


We had a wonderful time at our Stamp Club. We laughed the whole time. It's great. If you are interested in joining our stamp club send me an email and I'll get you all the details.

Hope you have a great weekend.


Kendra said...

Those are adorable! Do we need to join the stamp club to get the templates?

Kim Mayfield said...

So stinkin' cute! I am so upset that I missed it!!!

Rachel said...

Thanks for the comments! Kendra, I do try to keep what we do at the stamp clubs special so I don't share the how to's with everyone.
But you can do what the members of the stamp club do and purchase $15 of Stampin' Up merchandise from me and I will email you the templates for the backpack and book box. Just email your order to me at

Kimmy said...

love that book box

The Walker Family said...

what cute things you made! Glad you all had a fantastic time!


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