Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Children's Craft Fair Project Aladin Tags

What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday

 Using Embossing Ink, they stamped a design or just slid the inkpad across the tag. Then they used cotton pads to chalk the wet invisible ink.
                
      This project is linked to:
Anthing But a Card Challenge
What's on Your Workdesk Wednesday






They colored in their stamped Aladin image and attached it with 3d foam squares.  These will be part of the craft fair in Dec.  At this point I am sorting things out and organizing according to what still needs attention (including the projects in the last couple posts). I hope to continue to get the kids together a few more times to create a nice collection for their craft table.

24 comments:

Jessica S said...

Hi Lisa, your tags are fabulous! I love all the soft hues. It was so wonderful to see your name in my comments today. What a blessing to connect again. How have you been darling?
:O)
Jessica S

Krisha said...

Beautiful tags!
Krisha #30

Lisa said...

Such pretty designs on those tags & Happy speak like a pirate day and enjoy crafting
:D
Lisa
#40

inkypinkycraft said...

Some really pretty tags, look great ! Have a great week trace. 58

Zildara said...

Those tags are really nice! Have a nice Wednesday.

Zildara #72

Sunshine Girl said...

Great tags - Thanks for sharing - Sunshine Girl No. 68

Helen said...

How fab to work with children to help them find a love of creating. Great job! Have a fun week and Happy WOYWW to you from Helen 102

Jackie said...

Like your blog header....very nice
and the tags are very pretty!
Jackie30
http://scrapbangwallop.blogspot.com

jill said...

Lovely tags & love the colour you've chossen, happy crafting jill #75

Tertia said...

Lovely tags.
Happy WOYWW!
Tertia #47

MiniOwner said...

What pretty tags and your blog header is beautiful. It's been lovely to visit your workdesk.
Sue x (MiniOwner #86)

Sandy Leigh said...

I love the beautiful pastels and images on your tags! Happy WOYWW! Sandy Leigh #36

Buttons said...

Kids crafting takes so much time, patience and enthusiasm so hats off for everything you are doing! Loving how they are coming out too. Thanks for dropping by, hugs Buttons #79

Bridget Larsen Australia said...

That is a great technique and your tags are gorgeous
Bridget #13

505whimsygirl said...

Oh, your tags are so dang cute!

Happy WOYWW
Kay #17

Bernice said...

Very pretty tags Lisa - looking forward now to see what else you make for the children's craft fair (I'm always looking for ideas to case!)
Bernice #3

Joynana said...

Love the tags and the technique. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I am so behind now. Just got home from work. I will have to try that technique. #21

trisha too said...

Very pretty tags, what a fun technique!

Happy WOYWW to you!
:)trisha, #143 this week,
and utterly shameless!

Christy said...

That is really quite pretty!!!! Nicely done :) Thanks for joining us this week at ABAC :) :)

Bernice said...

Had a wee look at your other kids craft ideas - lovely things! I am using one of those canvas painting boards from the 'Bargain Books' shop for the base of my notice board - I intend to push brads through, to attach the ribbon across it.
Bernice

Jojorenee said...

Nice!Tamika#137

butterfly said...

What a great project to do with the kids... fantastic how you keep coming up with the ideas to share! Belated happy WOYWW!
Alison x
#103

Julia S-W said...

Very pretty soft hues on these tags and I love the little flowers.
Thanks for sharing them at ABAC and I do hope you'll join us again.
Julia

Carol Hornby-Clements said...

Your tags are great. I love the colour combo.

carol #150