Today marks 100 days of kindergarten. I can’t believe how fast that went. So. To mark the occasion, Isaac’s class is having a celebration. (I would like to go on record and say I do not recall…one instance…where I celebrated 100 days of school…so…um….). Anyway… I thought I’d turn to Pinterest for some inspiration and here is what happened:
Loved the idea to use twix and fudge striped cookies to make 100! And, I dug into the vault for the Crayon Kids stamp set (one of my faves) for the crayon stamp. I cut strips of Bermuda bay, daffodil delight, and watermelon wonder. I glued them to whisper white. On a velum panel, I printed the sentiment. I layered it over my colors and used stazon black to stamp the crayon onto the vellum.
I don’t like that glue shows through velum so I used the stapler to attach the vellum as well as the cello. Staples through all the layers. Super fast. And a lot of fun! Happy 100 days Isaac! And many more to come!
Oh I can’t stand it! So so cute!!!! Your ideas are so unique & fun!!! I’m sure those Kindergardeners will appreciate the design & vellum! Especially being 100 days smarter…
Love it! I am very impressed by your lining-up-the-layers skills. And I think you could celebrate a 100 days of school day if it were a countdown to the last day. Just sayin’.
Talk about creative cuteness!!! I wish you sent this out sooner so Kelly could’ve copied an easier version. Lucky for Isaac’s classmates!!!
If she ever wants to borrow that set let me know! Its good for school! And I didn’t get it made till last night… Cutting it close….