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Stamper's Dozen Blog Hop August Edition Back to School!

Hey there! It's Stampers Dozen Blog Hop Day! YAY!


Augusts' theme is "Back to School"! One of my daughters is a teacher, so I consulted with her in Walmart a few days ago:


The "mason jar mugs" have been at Walmart all summer and are on clearance right now, so I purchased  a small mug because all the big ones were gone!

Inside I put items to help a teacher get through those first days of back-to-school:

  • Tylenol Extra Strength
  • Band-aids
  • Tums
  • Chocolate!

The tag I am especially excited about!


I started with a Basic Black tag cut with the next-to-largest Banner Framelit, then layered on a next-to-next-to-largest banner cut from Flashback Designer Paper.

I added:

"SCHOOLS COOL!" - Alphabet Rotary Stamp, underscored with a Show & Tell 1 Photopolymer (cut with a new skinny banner framelit coming in the Holiday Catalog!)

"STAY CALM AND BE AWESOME"- Show & Tell 2 Photopolymer, punched with Ticket Duo.

"SHOW & TELL" - Show & Tell 2 Photopolymer, punched with the Banner Punch.

"THIS WEEK" - Project Life Remember This, punched with the Word Window.

The globe - Wanderlust Photopolymer, punched with the 1 inch Circle.

"WOW!" - Honeycomb Hello, also punched with the Banner punch.

The hole for the Real Red 1/8" Taffeta Ribbon with the 1/4" Handheld Punch.

Here's the supply list for today's project. Everything can be ordered from my Online Store:

When you click on an image, it will be enlarged in my store, and you can throw it in your shopping cart if you like!

To see Judy Garza's Back to School creation, click on the "next" button. To go back to see what Stella MacKay created, click on "previous".
Either way you go, be sure to click through all 12 blogs!
Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!


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