Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Callum's Spooky Monster Valentines

Do you recognize this little monster? Not Callum! The little purple monster? He's from the stamp set Spooky Bingo Bits but Callum thought he'd be perfect for his Valentines and I have to agree.

We made a simple little sleeve to wrap around a box of Sweethearts - of course it had to be orange (Callum's favorite color) We punched out a red heart using the biggest heart from the Hearts a flutter framelits and then used the full heart punch for the yellow heart. 

Callum stamped lots of little monsters in Rich Razzleberry and punched them out with the 1" circle punch. We added a little red glimmer heart and we were done... except for the writing part...

That takes a lot of concentration when you're in 5th grade, we're thankful that the teacher printed out a checklist though, that was a lot of help! Callum said I had to tell you that 5th graders get a lot of work which makes it hard to remember all the people in your class(!) 

Hope you have fun making your Valentines! Brenda


  1. I enjoyed your post. Callum and his Valentines are adorable!

  2. It’s good for offering somewhat leisure on your youngsters on a rainy day. This might be one of the most fun and cool things to 3D print, these gimmicky little toys are quite actually affixed to meals objects found in your own home}. Easy to print and awesome for offering hours of enjoyment to stressed rainy-day kiddos. Get rid of those seventy two measuring spoons out of your utensil drawer and replace all of them with Fabric Shower Curtains a single implement! One of the most instantly useful and cool 3D prints in this record, it’ll make for an attention-grabbing tool that others will need when they see it.