Saturday, July 05, 2008

Alphabet Adventures - "C is for Campbell Kids"

Today is brought to you by the Letter C and The Campbell Kids! A couple of years ago I found a darling coffee table book about the Campbell Kids at Barnes and Noble for about $5. The illustrations were perfect for papercrafting, so I picked it up and put it in my stash. My gift stash was getting a little low so I decided to make a little pack of Campbell Kids paper goods. The little gift pack includes two notecards with lined envelopes, a memo pad and 3 tags.







Charity

7 comments:

Sherril said...

Charity, those cards and tags are adorable. I love paper crafting, I just can't justify starting another space hogging, time consuming, money hungry hobby.

Gwen said...

How cute! (And it's not that I'm biased with the last name Campbell...) I also really like your A-Z idea - some of those letters are going to be tricky! I can't wait to see what you come up with! ;)

CharityinAlaska said...

Sherrill - I have a variety of hobbies and it is hard to divide limited resources between them. Which is why, I suppose, one of those hobbies is thrifting/junking/recycling! :) :)

Gwen - I was a little worried about the Letter X, but I've got it all figured out. :) :)

Anonymous said...

Cute Cute!

How do you store your paper crafts between creative sessions?

Pamela

CharityinAlaska said...

Hi Pam - I'm not sure if you mean the completed ones, the "stuff" or the projects in the making?

Completed Papercrafts - Given directly to who I made them for or go on a shelf in my closet where I store gifts for when they're needed

"Stuff" stash - I have some shelves that my papercrafting supplies go on with various bins and boxes for the different tools

Projects in Progress - I rarely have unfinished papercrafts. They're so quick and easy that I usually go all the way from supply to ready for giving in an hour or so. But if I did get interrupted or something, they would just go on the shelf with the paper supplies till I could get back to it.

Anonymous said...

Adorable!

Linda

LouAnne said...

These images are so cute and remind me of my childhood. I had a Campbell Kid composition doll and really wish I still had it. It was one of my favorite dolls. Thanks for the memories....