Certificates Everywhere

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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7 comments :

Sarah said...

What a brilliant idea! I have to try this!

Michey said...

Marvellous idea! What a great way to preserve these achievements! TFS!

Anne Marie said...

What a great way to showcase those certificates on your scrapbook pages. Perfect size and you can keep the memories without all the extra papers. Great idea! :)

Penny Hanuszak said...

Wow this is such an awesme idea. Can think of it for other uses besides the certificates so very helpful! Your finished sb page is awesome too! The kids will really have great memories to look back on!

Patti said...

What a great idea. I have a drawer full of awards and such from K-12 for both my sons. This would make an interesting way for them to remember the younger years.

Dale Morin said...

What a great idea! Wish I had of done this many,many years ago!

María said...

Lovely idea. TFS :)

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