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Giveaway: Kit from Little Pink Studio

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Remember our article a couple of days ago, "Scrapbooking with Children?"  Well, Little Pink Studio has a cute little art journal kit that would be perfect to do with a child.  This kit is called, "Mommy and Me" and here is the best part – they are giving away one of their kits to a ScrapScene reader!  Keep reading for details on how to win!

"Mommy and Me" Art Journal Kit

"This darling art journal kit is the perfect place for your child to doodle, journal, scrapbook, or collage during their summer break. Adorable cloud shaped journal features 11 pages of chipboard, lined paper, scrapbook paper, cardstock, and even fabric paper, plus the ability to add as many extra pages as they would like.
Also included in the kit is a Coccoina glue stick, paint pots, foam brush, puffy stickers, paper and other materials to create your cover, and a full page of hand drawn stickers to color and add to your journal. All with that summery, daydreaming theme!
Since this kit has so many elements needed to complete it, it is perfect for keeping in your bag to pull out when you need a quite time acitivity, traveling, or a rainy day project!"
For more details on this kit, please click here and here.
Giveaway Details:
To have your name entered in a random drawing to win one of these kits, please comment once to this post. Please tell us if you have any experiences scrapbooking or crafting with children.  What did you learn from the experience?  If you haven’t, then please tell us what would be the first project you would make with a child if you had the chance.  We will leave comments open until Saturday night at midnight EST (May 30th).  One winner will be selected via an online number generator and announced on Sunday, May 31st.


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  1. jennifer L
    May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    My three kids would love this kit. thanks for the chance

  2. horsegal
    May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    My daughter loves to scrapbook with me.

  3. andi
    May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    The kits is so cute, my daughters love to scrapbook with me. THey both have little 8×8 albums that they have made.

  4. isabella+
    May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    I love to create with my kids but only simple things… not with cissors or cutters… but we use punches, tags, paint and inks… lot of fun

  5. Alex1
    May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    love to win this kit and play with my 2 boys…
    thanks for the chance

  6. May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    Wow… these giveaways just rock!! My girls have their own spot in my craft room. We love to “play” together.

  7. May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    I have had amazing experiences crafting with my kids. I started out with them at young ages even though they fought the “addiction”!!!! My son will, as he calls it, “break out his mad card making skills” when a birthday rolls around for a family member (he’s 16 and no way he is gonna let his friends know he scraps with his Mom) and then my daughter (she’s 17) finally gave in 2 years ago and let the scrappy bug bite her good and hard and now she is almost as addicted as I am!!! There is nothing more rewarding for me than sitting down with either or both of my kids and doing some type of crafting whether it be paper crafting, baking (Christmas cookies are the best) or sewing it is an amazing and wonderful experience!!!!

  8. May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    Hmm.. I have never scrapped with children at all… Would love to do so and experience it! =D Waiting for my girl to grow older to scrap together! =)

  9. May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    Sometimes I scrap with my kids, It’s funny and I thing that this journal would be a great summer activity!

  10. Debbi Clouser
    May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    Adorable kit – thanks for the chance to win it! If you call a 13 year old a child, I’ve been scrapping with my daughter for the past 7 years. She took over the scrapbook that I was making for her (birth through high school) and has now gone on to create a college scrapbook. It’s a fun thing to have in common and we love to spread out our stuff and go to work!

  11. May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    I’ve scrapped with my DGS’s. Well, its more craft scrap. They love creating and one even makes cards for his teacher and family. Its lots of fun to involve a child in your passion. You just need a space for both of you to work, away from your supplies. My DGS wants to use every tool he see’s and he see’s everything, (takes time to explain and show the use of each tool, leaving no creating time) so I like creating with him on a table in our room. I now show him one tool when he’s curious and let him use it.


    (Pattie’s passion)

    I Scrap So All Moments Are Remembered!

  12. Cindy Strickland
    May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    My son made a scrapbook for his scout troop for 2 years in a row and it was the most fun I ever had scrapbooking. Looking at pages through his eyes and seeing how he told the story from a boys perspective. With the same pictures we adults would tell a different story completely. Usually the gory or most gross part of a campout was the focus. It is a very funny scrapbook and I have to say my favorite in the house.

  13. May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    Love the idea of Mommy and Me! giveaway. My 6-yr old daughter and I share a crafts room and she is in there almost as much as I. We are working on a year-end scrapbook right now for her Kindergarten teacher. She actively participates by giving input into color/design of everything. She “approves” the parts that I have to do!!! It’s a joy to scrap with her.

  14. Lara
    May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    I have gotten my autistic daughter to scrap with me lately. She is 13. When she was 8, I gave her a little album that I told her she could do anything with and she made a very simple scrapbook about all the pets in her life(her only true friends, according to her)…she included textures, pictures and notes. She still uses it to this day. If I could do it again, I would have helped her or other autistic children a simple book like this early on to enjoy as autistic children love to have familiar items near them. It would be along the lines of a baby board book, but they could include items that the child(ren) could relate too…like their pets, friends, siblings, favorite toys, etc.

  15. StampinCathy
    May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    Yes I’ve made cards with my nephew and nieces and it’s so much fun. It’s amazing how creative they are with what items you give them. Thanks for a chance.

  16. May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    I started making an album for my niece when she was little, like 5. And then she would always sit and look at it. As she got a little older, she began making her pages, and now it’s a tradition for us to add pages to her album when we see each other (we live 1200 miles apart). I visit her once a year & she visits me once a year, so we always have a ‘scrapbook girls night’ just the 2 of us.

  17. Gladys
    May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    What a great idea! I sure hope my 4-year-old is as excited as I am about about reversal of age ๐Ÿ˜›

  18. May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    My 3-year old loves to scrapbook with me. She did her very first layout with papers I had given to her at 2 and I was amazed. She knew the correct embellishments and colors to use. She seems to be a natural at art so I sit on one side of my scrap table and let her do her thing on the other side. Nothing is really off limits and she even does my layouts sometimes.

  19. Eliane
    May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    I’ve never scrapped with a kid before but I would make a easy card with animals or dolls if I have the chance.

  20. May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    what a fantastic kit idea! My daughters are at the table making flowers at the moment but love opportunities to create pages and art that includes their photos, stamps & paints. When working with kids it’s important to view the creative process as just as important as the finished product.

  21. Amber
    May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    Right now my kids are too young to be interested in what I am doing when I scrap, but I cant wait to invole them more. I saw a layout not long ago that incorporated kids drawings as embellishments-it was GREAT!

  22. May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    Kids are fun to do crafts with & they make great projects.

  23. Sandra m.
    May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    My 9 yr old daughter loves to scrapbook! She has “helped” me for several yrs and the best part is, I usually learn something from her! She will put combinations together that I would not think of and they look great. She would love this little book, thank you for the give away opportunity.

  24. Dina K
    May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    My daughter is 8 and loves to scrapbook with me! She loves making handmade gifts for everyone and making minibooks! We are going to work on a couple of albums together this summer. Scrapbooking is a special time we love to share together!

  25. May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    I scrap with my kids all the time. My 5 yr old son loves to create using dimensional paint and stickles. My 10 yr old daughter prefers paper punching!…

  26. Kris
    May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    Both my boys (ages 8 & 10) have scrapbooks that they work on with me when the mood strikes them. They enjoy creating apges to remember important events in their life. I think they will enjoy looking back at these books when they are older.

  27. laure
    May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    This kit looks yummy. I don’t have kids (yet) but my friends do and I just love to scrap kids’ pics. I’d love, love to win this prize. Thanks for giving away goodies like that.

  28. May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    Hello, I think this is absolutely adorable.
    I am not entering this competition for myself, but for a friend.
    I am currently at college studying fashion design and there is a lady there who has two daughters aged 4 and 2. She is living along way away from them while she completes her fashion course. I would love to be able to give this to her, as the oldest has recently started school and is being bullied very badly.
    I know my friend would love this activity to do with her girls as she doesnโ€™t get to spend much time with them and feels very bad for not being there for them. – allowing them to spend some lovely mother daughter time together..


  29. May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    My 15 yr old son started working on his own 5×7 album when he was 8. It consisted mostly of each year’s school pics. He was doing a fabulous job but half-way through, I think he realized it was too much work and hasn’t picked it up again! Sad thing, I haven’t either! Now I have a 2 yr old little girl who LOVES to sit in my room and play with old papers and stickers!! (I love it too!!)

  30. Peg
    May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    I have scrapped with all 4 of my kids and they each have a totally different approach, some like it painty, inky and messy and some are the exact opposite but “don’t need any help Mum!” It’s great fun and can be very inspiring for my own pages. I do find that their interest wanes as they get older though, lucky for me the 5 & 8 yr olds still love it. Gonna do some this arvo ๐Ÿ™‚

  31. laura stewart
    May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    no kids here – although we always get together for craft weekends with my sisters and aunts – my nieces and cousins always craft alongside us; last time they made jewelry with big ole beads

  32. May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    My kids frequently enjoy scrapbooking with me. I found some inexpensive albums for them to use and they usually inherit my old stuff that I no longer want or need. They especially love it when i purge my stash of alphabet stickers.
    It has been so helpful for me to have them have their own tools and embellishments to use. that way they aren’t taking mine and forgetting to return them. They also know what is off limits in my stash and what they are allowed to use, such as my collection of paper scraps. I’ve also been trying to teach them how to care for their tools properly, like cleaning stamps after each use and being sure to cap markers properly to prevent drying out.

  33. Sylvia
    May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    My cousin wants me to teach her grandchildren about crafts. I in a quandry about what to do first. I think this would be a great first project for the girls.

  34. May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    I love it! I had my BFF and her nieces over and while I scrapbooked, the girls were creating things of their own. The eldest of the two, probably 7 at the time, made 2 very awesome drawings of my dog Harlee and made them into bookmarks for me and for her aunt. I learned then that you just let them create what they want, when they’re given carte blanche they really will surprise you with their sense of fun, observational skills and creativity.

  35. Sharon Williams
    May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    I’d love to scrapbook with one of my granddaughters. Which gives me a thought the next time I see the 8 year old – to make marbelized paper from shaving cream.

  36. May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    I always used to scrapbook with the kids in the street, they’d come and do a page, it was so much fun, now they are getting a little older, they don’t seem as interested, but I scrapbook with my 8 year old regularly, she has her own stash. Absolutely love your Mommy and Me kit, just gorgeous, what a beautiful way to start them art journalling – cheers

  37. May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    Both of my girls have done some scrapbooking. I usually never have photos ready for them, that is my biggest reason for not doing it more.

  38. Francine
    May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    I have crafted with children. I guess one of the first things I would do in scrap booking would be have them make a “messy” book (so that anything goes and there or no real guidelines and they can color outside the lines) about something they loved. Let them pick the subject so that they feel that “passion” and make their creativity easier. If it is the child’s idea it is easier for them especially if they are young. “Sorry I had my “Psychology” cap on….winks!

  39. vitoria
    May 28th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    I’m going to do the Emily Pitts project : many butterflies with OA papers !!!

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