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5 Cards 1 Stamp

Today I am reviewing the Tonic Media Glass Mat and how it works with a variety of mediums in a crafty collaboration. Due to popularity, please note that that it is currently under “pre-order” at Simon Says Stamp. Everywhere else I have looked, it is simply sold out. I am also collaborating with a crafty friend, Olga Direktorenko who partnered with my during the Save the YouTuber event last month. We are going to be creating multi-layer cards and I used a variety of mediums on the glass mat while…

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Seven cardmaking ideas using the Wonderful Florals Stamp Set by Concord & 9th shows off the versatility of this stamp using a variety of mediums: coloured pencils, embossing, copic markers and watercolour. Last month I began making one video per month that features cards that start with beginner techniques all the way to advanced cards towards the ends. A little something for everyone! This stamp in itself is stunning. It could be stamped in ink onto some cardstock and you could send it on its way to a lucky receiver…

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Hi Crafters, today I guesting over on the My Favorite Things YouTube channel! Such an awesome experience! If you want to check out how to make 5 Cards using the same stamp and get the most out of the Written in the Stars stamp, then check it out! Supply List (If you are inspired by my videos or blogs, please shop through the links. I make a small commission at no cost to you that helps support my blog, channel and future giveaways.)

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Hi Crafters, last night over on StampTV Gina K Designs release a brand new kit called the Boho Flowers Mini Kit. I was lucky enough to receive this kit a little bit earlier so I could make another 5 Cards, 1 Stamp video for StampTV to inspire you to use this stamp set. At the moment, I’m in Europe so my video  background may be a little bit different and I am using limited supplies so these cards are great ideas for “quick cards on the go” or for beginner cardmakers. Boho…

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