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Category Archives: Video
I mentioned in last week’s Heartfelt Inkspiration newsletter that I like just a bit of bling on my cards most of the time — too much can be garish, except maybe for a birthday or Christmas card. Still, I am … Continue reading
Have you enjoyed the cards the last two days? If so, see more ideas in this Stampin’ Up! corporate video featuring the Stylish Stems Framelits:
As I continue to prep for next week’s first-ever Watercolor Pencils 101 class, I’ve been playing with one of the FREE products available during Sale-A-Bration: Inside the Lines Designer Series Paper. Not only are the designs beautiful as is, they … Continue reading
This, this was the Stampin’ Up! 2017 Occasions Catalog product I was most excited about: Watercolor Pencils. So excited, that almost before they were in my hands I was planning the Watercolor Pencils 101 class that would explore various techniques and … Continue reading
I know, that sounds sort of extreme, but I think there is something special about a beautiful, handmade card delivered in a beautiful envelope. The recipient (even the Post Office!) just knows there’s something wonderful inside! You know I encourage you to … Continue reading
Not here! We are ramping up for another heat wave — heat + humidity = cranky me. I try to spend as much time stamping as I can, after taking care of yard and garden needs, as it’s cool and dry down … Continue reading
Yep, that’s what I said when Stampin’ Up! introduced the Big Shot eight years ago. If you’ve been stamping with me since then, you know I figured out pretty quickly why this machine is so nice to have. I don’t … Continue reading
I was overwhelmed by the generosity of Stamping’ Up! on the Mediterranean cruise last week. Every evening we received a pillow gift, which was sometimes new product and sometimes an item commemorating the trip. Not only that, but every day we … Continue reading
Learning how to mask is something that moves your stamping up a notch or two. On yesterday’s card, I used a mask as a barrier when I was sponging near a previously stamped and colored area. In this corporate video, using a … Continue reading