Something tells me – the Painted Petals Stamp Set (clear, photopolymer, wood) – could become a very popular stamp set for me. You can’t go wrong with a watercolour type of flower design add an appropriate sentiment and it will cover off many occasions quite well – Birthdays, Mother’s Day, Weddings, Thank you, Sympathy. Read More »
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…a regular part of my craft and card making process.
Sometimes it’s easier to show complex craft or hobby tools rather than tell about them, so here’s a video about one of my go-to crafting tools, the Big Shot!
As part of my regular card making routine, I’ve come to appreciate this odd looking tool but this video from Stampin’ Up! makes it look a lot more accessible. And fun!
Find out more about the Big Shot here or join my monthly Craft Club and use it first hand!
So I finally cracked open my Cherry Cobbler and Crumb Cake Stampin’ Up! Blendabilities™ Markers, the first two sets I wanted from the get go.
Although I don’t have the Old Olive Set (yet) it is just fine to use regular Stampin’ Write Markers as well. The first thing you will notice, with these new markers, is how easy they are to work with; after all the final product is supposed to look like a rich toned watercolour not a graphic design – perfection is not the point. I know I used to like colouring when I was a kid well I think this gives a chance to relive this again.