Posts Tagged ‘video tutorial’
I’m super excited to show all of you the charms and spell book I made for a charm swap over at Life on the Scrapbeach! Right from the start I knew I wanted to do a spell book as the display for my charms and I wanted the spell book to look really old. It was Tim Holtz distressing ink and a paper lunch bag to the rescue!
Hi everyone, I’m super excited to share with you my very first card made from MFT stamps. Isn’t this girl super cute! This stamp set made it super easy to create a sympathy card — which are usually very hard for me to do. I just love how it turned out. I colored her using my Copics and I got to use my new Webster’s Pages as well as my I am Roses. Here is a video of my card. I’m entering this in MFT’s Wednesday Stamp Challenge #78. Have a totally twisted day!
I’m also entering this card in the following challenges:
- Love to Create - Anything goes
Yippie, my Webster’s Pages warehouse sale came in the mail. I was shocked how quickly it arrived this time! I love all the items in it and I cannot wait to use them all. Here is a video of what I received along with some other hauls I got this week from Peachy Keen, My Favorite Things, I am Roses, eBay, and Michaels. Enjoy!
Hi everyone! I’m super excited because my first shipment of I Am Roses came in. OMG are they beautiful!! I’m definitely putting in another order very soon and I know I’m going to be going thru these flowers like crazy. I just want to put them on everything. In fact, I just had to put them on my MTF WSC #70 submission. Here is the sketch we had to follow.
Here is my card.
Here is a video of my I am Roses Haul and the card. Enjoy!
Hi everyone. Hope you all had a wonderful Labor Day. It rained all day for us. All the rain allowed me to spend some much need time cleaning my house and crafting in my craft room. I was up for another challenge, so I decided to do another Peachy Keen challenge – this time it was for the Let’s Face it Friday challenge. Our challenge was to create a school related project to give to a teacher. I was dying to use my new Webster’s papers so I decided to do a vintage notebook and flower pencil. This is my first project with Websters Pages paper and I must confess, I love, love, love their papers!! They even had some vintage school themed papers in my 6×6 kit….woot! I used my favorite PK stamps — the Everyday Faces. Cannot go wrong with that set! Check out my video to see all the products used in this project as well as how to create the flower pencil. Enjoy!
I apologize for the quality of the following pictures. It rained all day (actually for the past several days) and I couldn’t get outside to take pictures in the sunlight.
Hi everyone. Hope you all had a wonderful weekend. My youngest daughter had her very first music recital yesterday. She plays the electric guitar and had a solo. She did awesome!! She played an Eric Clapton song flawlessly. I’m so proud of her!!
For part 2 of the Imagine More Cards series I did a quick birthday card. I’m just loving this cartridge. You can whip out a card so quickly and they look awesome. It’s great for when I’ve exhaused my card stash and I figure out I have a birthday and not much time to make a card. Enjoy!
Hi everyone! I decided to do a video series. This is my first series. I bought the Imagine More Cards cartridge a couple weeks ago and it’s quickly become my favorite Imagine card (for now). You can whip out cards pretty quickly with this cartridge. The series will start with a Mother’s day card and then I plan on doing three birthday cards and then ending with a gift bag. The first video is below. Stop back later to see the rest of the series.
Thanks so much for watching!
Happy Saturday everyone!! It’s another snowy day here where I live. I’m so tired of snow. I do think the groundhog lied this year. I wanted to share my latest card with you. I made it for my Mother-In-Law’s birthday — Happy Birthday Mom !!
It is a Cricutless card and I’m entering it in Crafting with Christina’s Cricutless challenge. Enjoy! ~stacy~
- Bingo card image from the internet
- White cardstock
- Designer paper from DCWV Premium Stack – The Green Stack
- Hot pink textured cardstock from Colorbook
- Chocolate cardstock from Recollections
- Hot pink ribbon from Cellebrate It
- Martha Stewart lace border punch
- Pizzazz Aplenty small pearls
- Tim Holtz Vintage Photo Distresser ink and applicator
- Inkadinkado happy birthday stamp
- StazOn black ink
- 3D foam squares
- Jewel It embellishing glue by Aleene’s
Hi! I quickly pulled together treat bags for my daughter’s 5th grade class and her gymnastic team and I wanted to share it with you. These are super simple and very quick to make. Sara just loves cupcakes so we used the Sweet Treats cartridge, her favorite cartridge. Enjoy.
- Sweet Treats Cricut Cartridge
- Sentiment from TPC Studio, Hugs and Kisses collection
- Pink, chocolate brown, black, and red cardstock
- Martha Stewart pink flocking
- Martha Steward Ruby course glitter
- Sizzix Plaid embossing folder
- Plastic bags