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 tool. So – here you go! There was some learning curve with both – far too much to type – but if you are interested – grab a cup of your favorite beverage and HERE YOU GO!
You don’t just get the stamps and the Stamparatus though – I give you some hints with the uninked ink spots, the Pick Your Own tool (and how to get one FREE this weekend!), the shimmer paints AND the Stampin’ Up! paper trimmer!
I based the colors for my card on a 50’s Christmas. I collect the Santa face mugs and the bow from the Wishing You Well set just gave me the vintage feel. Those are all packed up. In my ‘dream room’ I would have access to all of my seasonal decorations year round for staging….this is NOT my husband’s dream, lol.
The candles here are actually ones I was going to toss after last Christmas (they have seen better vintage days) and the Santa pot is one of the things my daughter who has moved into her own place has yet to take with her… It works – but I really wanted my mugs!
If you don’t subscribe to my email or follow my Facebook – you will want to make sure to do so! Later this week I will be announcing my weekend specials that go with the Wishing You well stamp set!
I will be doing a Facebook Live this afternoon (September 13th) at 1pm
I have a brand new super easy card to demonstrate and will also be showing the You Can Make It that is featured in the catalog with this set.
But I will go back and show a little portion of THIS card as well – and answer any questions you might have while I am live – so if you have them, that’s your chance to ask!! You can also ask in the replay.
All orders placed on my webstore in September over $50 and using the Host Code
NMJFH237 will receive a package of Chicken Wire Elements. (Unfortunately they were so wildly popular that they are on backorder, but I should have them in early October!)