Hand Stamped By Heather Wright-Porto: Mother's Day Projects - KIDS Crafts

Friday, April 18, 2008

Mother's Day Projects - KIDS Crafts

We will be doing these projects for the KIDS Craft Program at Tuxedo Library on May 8th - grades 2nd - 5th. Class is FREE. Registration is required: (845) 351-2207.

  • Baroque Motifs
  • All Year Cheer II (Retired)

  • Certainly Celery
  • Lovely Lilac (or Lavender Lace)
  • Tempting Turquoise


  • Flowers By You Designer Series Paper (DSP)
  • Certainly Celery

Stampin' Up! Accessories
  • SNAIL Adhesive or glue sticks
  • Cutter's Kit, Distressor
  • Lovely Lilac Grosgrain Ribbon (retired)
  • Large Whisper White Envelopes

Non-Stampin' Up! Accessories
  • Flowers with Rhinestones (from ABC Distributing, LTD)
  • 6" Candle from Michael's

Instructions (Candle)

  • Cut 3" piece of purple, floral DSP. Wrap around and adhere.
  • Cut 2 1/2" piece of Certainly Celery. Distress it. Wrap around and adhere.
  • Cut 2 " piece of multi-color floral DSP. Wrap around and before adhering punch a hole near the edge, upper area for the flower. Adhere the Rhinestone in the flower and then adhere the paper down.
  • Stamp "Happy Mother's Day" in Lovely Lilac/Lavender Lace. Adhere layers. Punch hole in upper left corner.
  • Wrap ribbon around candle and through the hole of the tag. Make bow.

Instructions (Card)
This is real easy!!!
  • Cut a 4"x5.25" pieces of DSP. I chose the Certainly Celery striped piece. Then stamped the large swirl in Certainly Celery on top of it.
  • With the greeting piece, just layered the Whisper White with Pink/floral DSP. Stamp greeting in Tempting Turquoise. Punched a whole in the upper left corner for the flower. Select a flower and rhinestone brad. Then adhere greeting tag to front of card.
  • In the upper left hand corder

Instructions (Envelope)

  • Stamp the large swirl in Certainly Selery from upper left corner.
  • Stamp greeting in Lovely Lilac/Lavender Lace.


Anonymous said...


being a mother i always cherish my kids craft.i am glad that you have come up with such concept.

Youthleadergina said...

How cool is that. How did you get a gig at the library? Any suggestions for how to approach my library about such a class?