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Multiplying Santas

I made a fun foam Santa stamp from a drawing that I posted earlier - and used it to stamp on the front of a sketchbook.  I then stamped the envelope of a Christmas card and a piece of newspaper to clean the ink from the stamp parts.  


The following day I stamped the front cover of 6 pamphlet stitched sketchbooks for my Grandchildrens' Christmas stockings and stamped 3 more Santas on tracing paper to clean the stamps.


Each of these extra Santas were used to make two journal pages in my sketchbook - a definite case of multiplying Santas....



Happy Holidays to everyone!  And a fabulously successful, art-filled New Year.


Cute Santas!!! Can you ever have too many of them? What a great idea to make journals for the grandkids!!

You've got a lovely collection here! Merry Christmas to you !

THat's a fantastic idea! It's art, it's cute, it's festive, and you could repeat it as many times as you want, but you'll never get two the same...it's UNIQUE ^^
Glad to be back too Shirley(actually I never left, I just got distracted) and I wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Ahhh, those kids are so lucky to receive those small journals.

These are wonderful, Shirley!

Very nice. Would be interested in how you made it.

Lots of lovely santa's (Babbo natale in Italy), those sketchbooks are a great idea. Merry Christmas!

Oh man, to be one of your grandkids!

Great Santa stamps, what a lovely idea

I love the stamp, How very fun.

Delightful Santa's - sort of replicated the feeling at the shops where there is one in every direction. Happy holidays and all the best for 2011. Alison in Canberra

wonderful idea, great stamps! Merry Christmas.

That's great, and very creative! Lucky grand-children!

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