Winter Woods – Autumn Colors Thanksgiving/Birthday Card with the Stamparatus

   Today’s video will give you a fun sneak peek into the next Stamp set bundle that I am going to be introducing in just a couple days time as the next online Artistry Inspired Class!  Trust me, you are going to LOVE it!!  While this card is not a part of the class, once you own the stamps and the dies, you will be able to quickly recreate it

Wishing You Well with Country Lane Designer Series Paper Any Occasion Card and This Week’s Product Of the Week Special

It’s Camp weekend AND it’s Specials day!!  I hope you have enjoyed this week’s featured product! I LOVE this stamp set.  Today’s video project is super simple.  It won’t show up at a camp or class – so take time to watch.  You can also find out a little on how I go through the process of picking colors and designing.  THEN – when I don’t care for it -what

Wishing You Well & Buffalo Check Retro Christmas Card – Tutorial Video with the Stamparatus

Today’s Tutorial over on YouTube features my Facebook Product of the Week – the lovely stamp set “Wishing You Well” I will warn you (lol) – It’s one of my longer ones!  But – I used the Stamparatus on both the Wishing You Well and the Buffalo Check stamps.  I have heard from some of you that you wanted to see how both of those stamps worked with the positioner

A Fun Thanksgiving Card With Lots of Combined Elements from the Holiday 2018 Stampin’ Up! Catalog – Making Everyday Bright + Festive Farmhouse + Take Your Pick Tool + Merry Christmas To All!

Today is the last project from my Holiday Catalog stamp night that I had with my girls in August.  Once I filmed this then I had to get back to the creating table! Click HERE for the How to Video! Here is the video link – while it looks like there might be something difficult or something holding it together that need to dry or hot glue – that is

Trick or Tweety Batman Elephant – Brusho and Shimmer Paint for a Spooky Night Background!

I am finally getting to the end of sharing the projects from my team stamp night!  Just 2 more projects to film after this one – for those of  you who  are coming to camp, this is another project we will be making next week! This little guy was a fun one. The stamp set is adorable and I have already shared a card earlier in August with the Mummy

Join Me Wednesday September 5th For an Online Holiday Catalog Extravaganza!

It’s time to kick off the 2018 Holiday Catalog! Join me tomorrow (Wednesday September 5th!) all OVER the internet, lol, for chances to see fun products, videos, tutorials, specials and more as we get the 2018 Holiday season “unofficially” started. This website is the ‘base’ of operations.  I will keep things sort of rolling from here – but mostly just kind of hang out any of the places that I do

Winter Woods – Holiday Catalog Sneak Peek coming to an end….which means Holiday Catalog Kick Off is about here!

First – for those of you in the US – Happy Labor Day!  hope you have not had to labor too hard!  Though it is the “unofficial” end of summer, it has been sweltering here in Indy, so I still see some pool time this week in my future…..  It is one of of the great things about living in a part of the country when it can be so

Holiday Catalog Preview Week Continues – Day 3 – You Mean So Much To Me With The Stamparatus

Here is my day 3 card and video tutorial – it’s a fun one – and nothing Holiday anything about it!  Those of you reading who will be at camp in September, it is a Camp Card, so you will get your hands on the Stamparatus again! You will need to watch the video for all of the other sneak peek items that are on the card (love the new

Buffalo Check (again!) Spritzed with Some Merlot and Copper for a Festive Thanksgiving Card – Pleasant Pheasants

Today’s post – did you come FROM the video tutorial?  If so, good!  Because the still pictures do a much better job of capturing the shine of the Merlot Copper Reversible ribbon and the Spritzed Copper cardstock!  (still no substitute for in person – but better!) If you are here first – then take a second to see how the card was made!  It has some throwback techniques – including