Hi there stamping friends!
I hope you all survived the tropical storm Karen’s wrath today! I have to admit I am very anxious in thunder storms, so I was glad it wasn’t as severe as they predicted. Some flooded areas that were hard hit. Hope you are well.
I wanted to show you the projects I designed for my next Stamping with Senior Citizens this Saturday morning. I really need a few more helpers so this event will go smoothly. If you are free from 11 am to noon (or even at 10:30 am when I get there to set up), I will let you make the projects for free as my thank you for the extra hands. I think children aged 1st grade and up would be great helpers too, if interested, let me know!
The mummy box will hold some treats, the little witch box is a mini luminary (with flameless tea-lites), and the pumpkin is on a magnet backed clothespin, perfect for holding a list, photo or card on the fridge.
I volunteered to help put a craft station together for Glendaal Elementary School’s Fall Fest later this month, and I’m going to have a station where kids can make this clothespin or a bookmark.
Hope you have a great day!
3 thoughts on “Stamping with Seniors”
Oh how cute!! I am almost a Senior- I would love to make those lol
let me know if you want to come be a helper (if you’re up to it), if not, I can have you over some time… glad you like them!
I wish we could help. We are going to be out of town, and this is something that my girls would have loved to help with. Let me know in the future if you need help. I love my kids to do service and to show them that there is all kinds of service out there. Sariah