Yesterday my daughter Little Red and I had so much fun making a Ten Apples Up On Top book inspired by Dr. Seuss's book Ten Apples Up On Top!
We thought it would be fun to use all different kinds of craft materials to make the apples on each page. Thanks to my husband, Little Red, and I, we came up with some fun and creative ways to represent the apples.
Here is my cutie patootie hard at work! She was SO excited to get started. All of the illustrations in this book are originals and I too had fun drawing and creating this fun mini book.
As we completed each page, we read the corresponding pages for Dr. Seuss's Apples Up On Top! book. Oh, I should mention that this book was written under Dr.Seuss's other pen name, Theo. LeSieg.
For the first page, Little Red whole punched an apple from red construction paper then added details with a black marker.
For the sixth page Little red used a red stamp pad and made her finger prints into six apples. She then went back and added a few details to her apples with a marker.
Little Red used a circle stamp from my Stampin! Up stamp collection as well as a red ink pad to make her 7 apples on page 7.
Page 10 is one of my favorites where Little Red drew her own 10 apples on top of the lion's head.
Now what you have been waiting for, to celebrate Dr. Seuss's (Theodor Seuss Geisel) birthday, For the month of March I am sharing this book with you to download for FREE. Simply CLICK HERE and I would REALLY love it if you let me know if you plan on using it by leaving a comment! Comments always make me want to share more. :0) Happy Seuss Day!