Dr. Seuss (Theodor Seuss Geisel) was born on this day in 1904 and I'm sure you don't need me to tell you about the children's books he wrote. Either you read them as a child or you read them TO your children..or both! As I remember, one of our kids' favorites was Fox in Socks.
In honor of Dr. Seuss, here is a stamping poem I made up myself!
Paper and such.
You can't have too much.
Paper and ink and blocks and stamps.
Ink on stamps and stamps on blocks.
Stampers with stamps come.
Stampers with ink come.
Stampers with stamps and ink and blocks come.
Look, ma'am. Look ma'am. Sally Stamper ma'am.
Let's make cards with inks and stamps ma'am.
Let's make cards with stamps and blocks ma'am.
First, I'll make a quick trick card fold.
Then I'll make a card punch look old.
You can make a quick trick scrapbook.
You can bling out a fancy note book.
And here's a new trick, Sally Stamper….You can make a paper sampler.
Sprinkle on glitter on cards and pages.
Put ribbon and bows on boxes in stages.
Stamps and ink and paper and blocks.
So much fun, you can even stamp socks!
Stamps on blocks and ink on stamps.
Everyone can stamp and look like champs.
Here's a fun website about Dr. Seuss! http://www.seussville.com/