Monday, February 13, 2012

Ladybug Thumb Stamp Scratch Paper

Many years ago, my cousin gave me a stationary gift. It was handmade by her, with little red and blue bugs in the corner. It was simple and adorable, and I did use the stationary to write a few letters before computers were used for everything. It is such an easy idea, I wanted to try it, So, you know those real estate notepad the realtors throw on your doorstep? We get so many of them, and I cant write that many notes anyway, I thought I would up-cycle them into cute ladybug scratch paper. Here's what I did.

I cut the ads off the notepad with and xacto knife .

Then I used a red stamp pad and my thumb for the body of the ladybug.

Then with a sharpie, I drew the spots and antennae. 

Easy as pie!
Actually pie is not that easy, but these are!

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