Making a Sweet Puzzle


Samantha here again, and today I have a fun and quick little project I made for my little preschooler Mann!

I used lots of Sweet Stamp Shop sets, too! All you need is a premade puzzle (I bought mine from the clearance section of my local craft store, but you could always make your own, too!) and some of your favorite images!

To start creating this fun little puzzle, I just mapped out in my mind the images and ‘alphabet’ words I wanted to use and pulled out the appropriate sets! The Outline Lower Alpha set was absolutely perfect for this project since the letters are large and clear!

I stamped the images from the various sets (Dog & Cat, Dragon, Royal Wish, Super Boy, and Apples!) with a permanent ink onto the put together puzzle – easy!

Since I used Staz-On ink, I didn’t want to use my copics, but I did want the color to be permanent, so I just colored them in my little set of BIC permanent makers! They’re bright and fun and perfect to engage little ones!

Honestly, that’s all she wrote, folks! It’s easy as that – stamp, color, play! Woo-hoo! My little Mann really had a ball putting the puzzle together! he did it about 5 times in a row! Ha!

Thanks agian for stopping by! And just imagine the puzzles you could make that new release that Sweet Stamp Shop just had last week!! Oh yeah – you know what I mean! Ha! Such a great release, you can check it all out here!

Thanks again for sharing a piece of your day with me!

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