This card will appear in the Paper Crafts Special Issue, Stamp It! in January 2010.
Happy Friday everyone! Today’s video tutorial is about the fun and easy rubber stamp kissing technique. The video starts with a quick how-to and then I go through how I made this card. I am still learning a lot about videos, so be patient with me. The camera angle is a bit funky, so forgive me! And my glamour and style shine through once again! LOL! :) I ended up cutting out quite a bit of the video, because, I apparently am chatty. This is not shocking news. :) It gets worse when I get excited about things too…Like I said, I am learning. And if there is something you would like to see a video about, please drop me an email.
Here is a link to the video: creating a card
A quick peek at the kissing technique on the card flower. This was fun. I love it when an idea works out! :)
The WINNER!! The winner is Rox-Ann who left this comment:
Super Congrats and beautiful card! My favorite Halloween costume was a Ninja Turtle costume I made for one of my son's Halloween costume it turned out so cute and he loved it. Have a great day!September 2, 2009 7:50 AM
Email me at the address listed under my photo and congrats!!
Thanks for all the wonderful Halloween stories! They made me smile all day long! And brought back so many wonderful memories of all the amazing costumes that my mom made through the years. I think next year we will have to skip the store bought costume and get a little more creative!! Have a wonderful weekend and thanks for stopping by!
Supplies: Stamps-Hero Arts (Modern Lines), Papertrey Ink (Beautiful Blooms, Vintage Picnic Sentiments), Cardstock-Papertrey Ink (Kraft), Patterned paper-Cosmo Cricket (Earth Love), Ink-Palette (Raw Sienna, Dark Chocolate, Ripe Avocado, Fresh Snow), Buttons-Papertrey Ink, Twine-Papertrey Ink (Rustic White), Twill-May Arts