This month's cards are a little outside the norm, they use acetate for the front panel.
Yesterday I posted a tutorial on how to assemble an acetate front card (link below the supplies list) and this video reviews that process as I walkthrough a Christmas & a winter card.
I thiink both cards turned out very nice, Enjoy!
I started this project at Linda's. We had a great time playing with the gilded leafing flakes in her craft room.
I have been leery of opening this project having heard that it is very messy. Indeed the messiness of this product is real, but not like glitter, this is more like floating ash from a fire.
I ran out of time to finish this at Linda's, giving me an opportunity to film...
Last weekend Libby and I dug into the new catalog! This is the first of three videos walking through the projects we made.
I love how this project turned out!
See my tip on how I have wrangled the new Simply Elegant silver and gold trim as well as explain how I make a die cut appear to be longer than it actually is.
This last project was so fun. I love exploring the limits of supplies as well as trying something different.
I wanted to softly age this project with some muted tans.
I found that a perfect Blends color to help age Basic White!
I also discuss a couple of supplies videos I plan to do next!
This is such a nice kit! I love the unique shaped card bases and that it works seemlessly for masculine and feminine cards.
I demonstrate many coloring techniques using Stampin' Blends markers.
Very few added supplies were used in the video and aside from some sort of small embellishments. The kit really does work well without any added supplies.
This week I had the pleasure of crafting in the flesh with my mom and her friend Shelley. I haven't crafted with someone other than my husband since last summer! And I had to bring one new bundle - Quiet Meadow.
Sadly, I ended up having to hide two different mistakes, one of which I made live in the video. Mistakes are bound to happen.
You get to decide if it is something that...