Yesterday I showed you this birthday card I made with the Embellished Events stamp set. You can see that post here. I love all the color and in the video below I’ll show you how I color the stamp to get this effect. Plus I’ll show you how I use the paper-piercing tool to place the adhesive-backed pearls. Also, I’ll show you how I add glitter to the flames.
You will love the Dazzling Diamonds Glitter. It’s easy to apply anywhere and adds great sparkle to any project. As you notice in the video, I like to store the glitter in a old Tupperware container, which makes application even that much easier! Follow me on facebook for more ideas.
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Creating is fun AND messy! Admit it! We all make a mess when we get busy with our stamps and paper and ink and glitter, etc. All that stuff everywhere, but it’s manageable if we have a place to put everything away when we’re done.
Recently, while I was stamping with my sister I made a brief video of her craft closet/room. I think you’ll enjoy this short tour and maybe it will give you some ideas on how to store and organize your own craft and stamping supplies and life will be sweet!
The tag was created with the Stampin’ Rewards Mixed Medley Stamp Set. ‘For you’ was stamped in Rich Razzleberry and the spider web stamped in Black StazOn Ink. I punched these out quickly with Circle punches. And the tag were layered on a circle Rich Razzleberry cardstock.
Today I created a video tutorial to show how I created the framelits panel with “stamping outside the lines.” Leave me a comment and let me know what you think of these videos and what tutorials you would like to see? What do you want to learn?!? I love sharing with you!