Longtime paper crafters and scrapbookers may remember the frenzy surrounding the Kids stickers from me & my BIG ideas when they first debuted around 15 years ago. I fell in love with their products back then and have been a big fan ever since. It has been fun watching the evolution of their product line change with the times. For my projects today I’ve used some of their new pocket page products to create a trio of cards.


Adhering clear elements to a project can be a challenge. These cards use two different options to adhere the clear sentiments. Kraft photo corners were used on the first card.


Aqua Mist cardstock was cut to the same size as the clear element and embossed with a chevron pattern. Photo corners were added to the upper left and lower right corners to hold the clear piece securely in place. A tape runner mini was used to attach the aqua panel to the card front. SuperStik glue stick was used to create the pin wheel design from the banner elements. Using a glue stick for this part gives you a bit of wiggle room to make sure all the triangles are lined up perfectly.

For the next card Zots™ were used to attach the clear element.

Enamel dots were placed on top of the clear panel to hide the Zots™. The banner die cuts were attached using 3D Foam Squares.

The third card came together quickly using mambi’s die cut talk bubbles as a base. They were adhered to the card using 3D Foam Squares.

“Hello” is pre-printed on the clear plastic die cut. The words “Hi” and “Hey” were created using two of mambi’s alphabet sticker designs.


Therm O Web:

3D Foam Squares
Decorative Photo Corners – Kraft
SuperStik Permanent Glue Stick
Medium Zots™ Singles
Sticky Tape Runner


Papers, stickers, and die-cuts from me & my BIG ideas
Aqua Mist cardstock – Papertrey Ink
Assorted enamel dots


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1 Comment on A Trio of Cards with Zots & MAMBI

  1. Linsey
    November 5, 2014 at 10:34 am (7 years ago)

    What a bunch of beauties these are!! I have loved Me and My Big Ideas for many years as well. One of the first companies I remember from when I first began this wonderful hobby. And all this inspiration from Miss Alice Golden today is absolutely delightful!! Thanks for sharing some wonderful and much needed inspiration with me!!! Hugs everyone at Therm-O-Web too–you guys ROCK!! 🙂