Drunken Stampers #128 – star wars

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Hello there – happy Saturday!

Time for another Drunken Stampers challenge – this time we are on the Star Wars theme. I am not a Star Wars fan – sorry to those of you that are fans! However, I do have cute monkeys in space. And they have a cute story. 🙂
MFT die-namics chevron die
Stampendous monkeys stamp set
Bazzill card stock

I make a lot of cards for Operation Write Home. My eldest daughter is in first grade at a small, Catholic school and her teacher’s husband is currently serving overseas. We talked about making Anyhero notes or cards even before school began! Recently we took action and her class made Anyhero notes and they assembled some cute Cookie Monster cards that we could send as well… and well, the other teachers in the school wanted in too!  I knew the kindergarteners would have a much tougher time with coloring and assembly (i.e., the cards wouldn’t be quality-worthy to send as notes to send home), so I had them create Anyhero notes with a cute kid twist.

They are colorful and bright and don’t follow all the rules, but they are so sweet! Because, you know, we think the world of our nation’s heroes. 🙂  

Thanks for looking! Be sure to hop back to the Drunken Stampers blog to upload your own creation!

Jen

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5 thoughts on “Drunken Stampers #128 – star wars

  1. These are adorable and as much as I know our heroes appreciate the notes from adults I'm guessing they really LOVE getting the ones form the kids.

  2. Jen, thank you for taking the time to organize this with your daughter's school. Our heroes really appreciate being remembered and keeping connected to people “back home”. Nice service project!

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