OSAT Blog Hop – Back to School

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Hello Back to School

Welcome my friends to One Stamp At a Time’s blog hop, you may have just come from the wonderfully talented, Diane Squires at Stamp and Embellish and today we are focusing on what many parent’s love and some kids dread…Back to School!  For my card I used our new up and coming Schoolhouse Designer Series Paper (Holiday Catalog) and took it a little bit back with an old school retired stamp set…Greeting Card Kids.  I’m so glad I held on to this favorite stamp of mine.

Thanks Teacher's Notes

My second quick little project is so simple anyone can do it.  I purchased these little note pads from Target one day and knew they’d come in handy.  I covered the front of it with more Schoolhouse DSP and used the Alphabet Rotary Stamp to stamp “Teacher’s” on it.  I won’t be giving this notepad away.  I’ll be keeping it for myself and use it at my new part-time gig….teaching at the Arts & Crafts Center on base. Oh my gosh, I’m so excited and I can’t wait to show you what I’ll teach there.

Now, on to the next gorgeously talented Eva Bussom at Eva’s Cards and Things.  If you get lost, don’t worry the complete list is below and you can find your way back.  Or just hit the Next button below and go check out the awesome project Eva has to show you!  Thank you so much for hopping by and hope to see you next month.

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Blog Hop Order:

  1. James Weber at Stampin’ Stud
  2. Holly Stene at Holly’s Hobbs
  3. Ginger Pelfrey at My Hearts Pleasure
  4. Elizabeth Jeanne  at Crafts by Happy Stamper
  5. Wynne Grob at Crops Scissors Paper
  6. Marisa Gunn at Dzines by Meg
  7. Kim Smith at Crafting Buddy
  8. Lori Mueller at Stampin’ Dreams
  9. Megan Thompson at Megan TT Stamps
  10. Tina Riddle at Tina’s Crop Shop
  11. Andrea Pancrazio at Andrea’s Card Shop
  12. Andrea Tracy-Tucker at One Stampin’ Mother Tucker
  13. Martin Pollard at Martie Pollard Squarespace
  14. Diane Squires at Stamp and Embellish
  15. Maggie Mata at Maggie Made Cards <— You Are Here
  16. Eva Bussom at Eva’s Cards and Things
  17. Justin Krieger at JK Cards Online
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About Maggie

I'm a Graphic Art Designer and Greeting Card Maker. It's a form of therapy and I love what I do, so I never have to work a day in my life. It's my win-win situation after a 25-year Air Force career as a hospital administrator.
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12 Responses to OSAT Blog Hop – Back to School

  1. Marisa G says:

    Love your card and notepad! I still have that Greeting Card Kids set, and this makes me want to pull it out and use it. 🙂

  2. Megan T says:

    I love the way you used the Schoolhouse DSP! I didn’t even realize that SU had this & now it’s on my wish list.

  3. Maggie your card is absolutely adorable!! I love how you customized the note pad!

  4. Why do I never think to use the rotary stamp! Cute projects. I love little covered note pads and really love that you did it with that DSP.

  5. Kim Smith says:

    Love the projects! Very cute card…. little kiddos heading off to school..

  6. I love your coloring on the cute kids and your coordinating atching note pad! Great job!

  7. Andrea says:

    I love seeing other people use the rotary stamp, I think it is over looked so often! I’m glad we had the same idea to use it for teacher!

  8. Eva says:

    Loved the use of the kids (retired) with the new dsp! The note pad is totes adorbs!

  9. Tina Riddle says:

    Oh now I want that Greeting Card Kids set! So stinkin’ cute! 🙂

  10. Holly S says:

    I want to join u on base! Love greeting card kids! Scored mine for $4 at a yard sale! Great use of it Maggie!

  11. Andrea says:

    Amazing job!! I really love the little note pad!

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