As a Stampin' Up! demonstrator, I am allowed to share my love of stamping, scrapping, and card making with so many people. I have been an avid crafter for many years and take pride in each and every one of my creations. Now I have jumped into the blogging world to share all of my fun with even more people. I manage to do all of this while holding down a full time job as a High School Mathematics Teacher. I even share my creations with my students.
Every parent of a child in elementary school knows what I mean when I ask the question, "What do we do with all of these certificates?". The kids receive so many certificates throughout each school year early on. I keep all of them in a file folder but I also wanted to incorporate them in their scrapbook, because I am very proud of them for earning them. The problem is that they are so big, they would take up the entire scrapbook page. So I was so excited when I stumbled upon my solution. I have a Kodak picture printer that I use to print all of my prints at home. My first ideas was to make a copy of the certificates on a 4x6 picture. Well by accident when I was setting the printer I accidentally put 2 per page instead of 1. What came out tickled me pink. It was the perfect sized certificate that allowed me to embellish my scrapbook pages with certificate "stickers". Now I can display all of their certificates!!
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