Hi all! Today I hopped on live at YouTube and tried out hit foiling—with a bit of extra help. :) My friend Jennifer McGuire stopped by to teach me how to use the Spellbinders Glimmer Hot Foil System. She’s been foiling everything she can touch for quite some time, so she was perfect mentor for my first try. Check out the replay!
NOTE: This post is sponsored by Simon Says Stamp! Thanks, Simon!
Hi all! Today I have some inspiration for you using the October 2021 Card Kit from Simon Says Stamp! This kit is jam packed with fun supplies for your cardmaking! For my cards, I focused on the So Talkative stamp set and the Talk Bubbles stencil–which I designed to work together!
Hi, all! Today I have a card made using the Memory Box STAMPtember collaboration stamp set, True Friend! I loved the large outline floral image and thought it would be fun to try a heat emboss resist with FineTec pearlescent paints! It turned out even better than I imagined.
REMEMBER! Collaboration stamp sets for STAMPtember sell out quickly and will NOT be restocked. If you love the True Friend stamp set from Memory Box, now is the time to snatch it up! :)
Happy Friday, everyone! This week I’m watching a video from 2011, and then creating a new card based on the design of the old card. For this card, I used the Merry Christmas Trees stamp set from Simon’s STAMPtember release that just came out a few days ago. You can see the rest of the release in their shop.
The original card can be found HERE.
Hello, all! I hopped on YouTube last night to give you all an in depth walk through of the MASSIVE new release from Simon Says Stamp for STAMPtember. Check out the replay below, plus the entire release is linked below as well (in the order I show it in the live replay. Enjoy!
It’s been a while since I created some mail art, right? For today’s video I created a slimline watercolor envelope, and then stamped and watercolored and lettered the envelope. Enjoy!
Hi all! Tonight during my livestream I created two cards using lots of little stamps! This is such a fun way to stretch the use of those itty bitty stamps.