This will be my last LINDSAY'S STAMP STUFF post as a DT member. I have met and worked with some wonderfully talented ladies and am so grateful to Lindsay for choosing to have me on her team. THANK YOU LINDSAY! You and the team are the best and I wish you continued success with your wonderful stamp line!
Between my son and daughter I have been through too many class parties to count. Each has required an activity and ideas have been running thin lately.
That is until I saw the Spooky Bingo Set from LINDSAY'S STAMP STUFF.
Using textured black cardstock, I made a 4.5 X 9 inch rectangle and scored it at 4 and 5 inches respectively.
For the front, I printed the tree/crows from the Creepy Crow Stamp Set onto printed paper.
Cut it to fit the 4x4 front of the card, sponged around the edges with both black and purple ink, then attached it to the front.
The Bingo cards (there is a set of 6) were printed on some bright green paper and attached to the inside of the black cardstock. The center piece that holds the test tube (a real test tube from my lab, not one of those fake MS ones, he he)is a 3 X 3/4 inch rectangle scored at 3/4 inch increments to form a square. That was attached to the back of the cs and the test tube slides right in. The cap is larger than the tube so it prevents is from slipping out.
The bats were made from a Punch bunch punch and stored inside the test tube for use when the bingo game starts. Let the fun begin!
Lindsay has a new flower set and as always the buy $5 get one free stamp special. Head on over the the other dt's blogs TOMORROW (I posted a bit early) for some more inspiration.
Have a great day and check back tomorrow for another TGF sneak peek!
Ceal Pritchett, Oct. guest designer