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SCRAPBOOKING PATTERNS
 

THUMBPRINT ART

TINY TOTE PATTERNS
  Animal -  Tiny Totes Collection 1 Patterns
 
Animal -  Tiny Totes Collection 2 Patterns
 
Aussie -  Tiny Totes Patterns
 
Garden - Tiny Totes Patterns 
 
Jungle -  Tiny Totes Patterns 
 
Tiger  -   Tiny Totes Patterns

   
TOTE BAG PATTERNS
   Angel Tote Pattern
  
Bunny Tote Pattern
  
Dalmatian Tote Pattern
  
Doll Tote Pattern
  
Frog Tote Pattern
  
Kitty Tote Pattern
  
Panda Tote Pattern
 
 
Pig Tote Pattern
 
 
Puppet Tote Pattern
  
Snow Lady Tote Pattern
  
Snow Man Tote Pattern
  
Patriotic Snow Man Tote Pattern
  
Teddy Bear Tote Pattern


FREE HINTS

FREE PIANO LESSON
  
  FOR NON-READERS

OUTSIDE FRONT
Suggested size 4 1/4 X 5 1/2" blank greeting card. Press your thumb or finger onto a non-toxic stamp pad. Press your finger or thumb onto a blank index card to prevent errors on your greeting card. Let the prints dry. Draw designs and words with a permanent fine line marker. Personalize. Trim index card down to 4 X 5 inches. Attach your index card drawing to the blank card front.

INSIDE
A scrapbooking journaling stencil is handy to help you to draw lines to keep the lettering straight. Of course, you may want the lettering to appear primitive. You may vary the style of lettering.

Decorate the envelope with little flowers, hearts or butterflies to match the card!

Pick the dogs of your choice.
 

It's best not to draw an oval around the outer edge of the thumbprints and fingerprints because it's hard to tell that they are really your fingerprints if you do so. Keep an open type design so your own fingerprints will show.
What a happy dog!
 

THUMBPRINT FROGS FROGS AND MORE FROGS

  Make frog fingerprint drawings by pressing your finger onto a non-toxic ink pad. Press your inked finger onto desired surface such as card stock, a blank 3"x 5" card, stationery, or envelopes. Let the ink dry. Use a fine line marker to add details.

After drawing a few frogs, try putting them in various poses.

Create a Thumbprint or Fingerprint Picture using YOUR OWN FINGERPRINTS to create a Fingerprint Picture. Frame it and adhere magnetic tape to the back. Put it on the front of the fridge and make one for Grandma too. She will love this special gift

Here's a fun idea to try. What other instruments could they be playing?
Where else could they be sitting?

How fun is this?

 

Amy Johnson from Newport News, VA, suggested I draw frogs playing tennis. Thanks Amy!

 

CHEERFUL THUMBPRINT CATERPILLARS

Ahhh, you can make this design as long as your card.

How cute is this?

 

 
       
       
       
       
       
       

The Thumbprint Ants Go Marching On
Gaynell shared this wonderful idea. She was doing a class project for a going away gift for a teacher.  The fourth graders put their fingerprints on a red and white table cloth.  Gaynell used fabric paint for the kids fingerprints and then painted the legs and each child's name under their "ant" with Tulip Matte fabric paint.  It has a great tip for fine lines. The results were awesome!
Thanks for your idea, Gaynell!

       
       
       
       
       
       
Featured on the Carol Duvall Show on Episode CDS-1715
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