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Old 05-17-2004, 06:35 PM   #1  
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Default Help with Projects Using DD Pines

I've seen some cards here using this set but I was wondering if anyone had any pictures on their web sites or know of where I can find some ideas using this set other than cards. I am doing a stamp camp for mothers and their children to make presents for their dads for Father's Day. I was thinking of using the stamp-a-mugs for one of the projects and filling it with something. Also notebooks and pens to match. I just can't seem to get my creative juices going. Could any of you help me here? Thanks, Carol
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Old 05-18-2004, 01:43 AM   #2  
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What about a small accordian style photo album? A frame made out of a photo mat would be fairly easy, even for children. You could stamp it all over with the pine needles, then stamp and cut out the moose and/or bear and some trees to adhere to the bottom and sides. I can picture it, but may not be explaining it well!
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