Saturday Creations – {Flash Cards}

Hello there!  When I saw this new PR Sketchy Alphabet stamp set with letters and numbers, I immediately flashed back to studying with my son when he was very young.  He was diagnosed with a learning disorder and one of the tricks we learned was to make flash cards to help him remember information.  I think this set would have come in handy!  We used to make the cards together so he learned while he was making the flash cards and then went over them time and time again until he memorized whatever the information was!  Here is my idea for math for a very young child just starting out:


I stamped the word with the PR  Sketchy Alphabet set and made the lines with a stamp from the PR Coffee Love stamp set.  For the circle on the tag for the ribbon, I stamped the letter O.  I thought it was cute!

Then inside there are simple addition equations:

000_4967Different colors for each one!

I hope you like this idea!  Thanks for stopping by!

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  1. Great idea to make your own flash card set for a youngster! One would be more inspired to learn with a customized set! Very pretty in pink with lovely ribbon!

  2. Sue, this is such a cute project! As a school psychologist I can tell you that flash cards are still useful! And these are so colorful and practical…easy to personalize and you could even let the kids color them as they read them! I really love the way you used the “O” and punched the hole for the ribbon! I really love this project…way to go, Sue!

  3. This is absolutely adorable and such a brilliant idea!! I’ll have to make some of these for Penelope when she’s a little older. So stinkin’ cute Sue, love this!

  4. oh my goodness sue!!! what a fantastic way to use the sketchy alphabet set!!! love your little flash cards!!

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