This week in recognition of Library Week, Jellypark's Friends challenge is "It's About a Book". We want to see your cards have a book theme. It can be based on a book you've read or are reading or the image can feature a book; you can even make a bookmark. We can't wait to see what you make so don't forget to link it up.
Need some inspiration? Stop over at our blog, the team has been busy making gorgeous cards AND there's some new releases being features too. My card uses one of the new releases "Book Worm".
Does this look like your kid? No, I didn't think so. If your kid is like most kids he or she is more likely to be playing a video game. If you're trying to get him/her to read more here's a couple tips. Don't just think about books as reading material - magazines and comic books, yes comic books can get your kid to read. Try one of the manuals about the video game your child loves. Don't focus of "what", just get them into something, anything in print. Once they discover that reading can be fun for them they will seek out books on their own. AND you can personalize a book mark for them. How about a card like this with a library card or a gift card to a book store. Make if fun, kids will follow.
Here's the deets:
stamp - Jellypark Friends "Book Worm" digi
ink - hp printer
paper - My Favorite Things "Red Hot" card stock; My MInd's Eye "Lime Twist - Fly a Kite"
miscellaneous - copics; Twinkle Goosebumps; My Favorite Things "Oval Stax" die-namics
Here's the challenges:
Jellypark Friends - It's About a Book
Ladybug Crafts Ink - Anything Goes
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