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Name Tags Using Fall Theme - Preferably Fall Whimsy
Hello Splitcoaststampers! I am a fairly new SU Demonstrator and this is my first post on this website. My sister sells Longaberger baskets. She has a bus trip going to Dresden, OH in October. I have been given total creative control over the the bus trips' name tags for each individual going with her. There is approximately 20 women. My problem is I am having a horrible brain fart. I am wanting to use the Fall Whimsy set because her theme is "Fall In Love w/ Longaberger." I was planning on using the polyshrink to create these tags, but I don't think that the largest leaf will be big enough to read. She is getting very antsy with me. She is wanting some kind of idea. Splitcoasters please help me! I am in desperate need of some creativity. I don't care if I use the polyshrink or not. I just want these amazing name tags that could possibly help add a few more customers under my belt when the trip is over. If that's not enough, I also have to make these name tags at the lowest possible cost.
How about stamping them on micrsoscope slides?
Or even take a 2x2 square of cardboard and stamp it with what you were wanting to do and there names and then EP clear over it! That would be about the cheapest I think I am sure you have a box lying somewhere, then u can still make your shrink thingys, and dangle them off with jump rings and maybe some wire and beads??
I just uploaded a microscope pin if you go to anything but a card here on SCS in the gallery then go to jelwery.
There are also some great ideas there also
Oh by the way are you in Ohio?? I am in DOver, imagine this I have never been there to Dresdin, my SIL sells it but a lil out of my price rabge when I could get a couple sets of stamps for the price of one basket!! And I love my SU stamps