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Old 10-12-2004, 09:29 AM   #1
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Default Mother/Daughter Stamp Camp Ideas Needed

I am a relatively new demonstrator in Lowell, Arkansas and I have several people interested in me hosting a mother/daughter stamp camp, so I am needing help with ideas. My target age range for the kids is 7-13. I know I want to do the beaded Bic pens but I am needing some other ideas. I am hoping to have this organized and schedule for the second week in November. I would like to keep the cost down - hopefully no more than $7 a person. I am inviting primarily all new stampers, so I don't expect to make a lot of sales, it is more about awareness for me, which is why I want to keep the cost so low.
Also, I would love to see someone's flyer if they have already done something like this in the past.

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Old 10-12-2004, 10:04 AM   #2
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Hey Dana! How about a covered composition book for a journal? I did a mother-daughter stamp camp in the spring - the daughters were between 6-10. They stamped a large gable box, a puzzle card (we have them in the catalog), a little flat marble magnet and a photo book. I got the little photo albums on clearance at Target for $1 and just took the covers out and replaced it with their stamped covers. They loved it. A floating ornament would be easy and VERY inexpensive. Good luck! Julia
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Old 10-12-2004, 10:34 AM   #3
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Default Mother/Daughter Stamp Camp

Dana, I did a stamp camp a while back for mothers and their children for Father's Day that you could even do with the Mothers and Daughters. One of the projects was making a "Design A Cup" with candy in it. It was a big hit and they had fun making it. I bought the cups in the craft area at Walmarts. They are just like SU but they cost less than a $1 each. We used DD Pines for the stamps to stamp the insert for the cup. We used the "Outdoors" wheel and wheeled across sticky address labels. We put a label around minature hershey candies and put those in the mug with some shredded paper and made a to-from tag hanging off the cup. Maybe they could make one for their dads for Christmas. We also made a notebook and pen to match. Carol
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