Hi mateys! My Design Team project today features the stamp set by My Favorite Things called “Party Like a Pirate”. I really love this set, it includes several images and sentiments perfect for many kinds of Handmade cards. In this video, I share a card I made as well as a fun and easy diy keychain to match. I made the charms using Shrinky Dink sheets and various jewelry findings. I colored both projects using Copic markers. If you would like to pick up any of the supplies (or similar) I used, scroll down and click on the link next to the listed item. You can also go to https://www.Not2ShabbyShop.com to pick up this stamp set and use my coupon code “Joy10” to get an additional 10% off your purchase. “Sea” you in the next video, don’t forget to like and subscribe to my channel for more videos of crafty goodness.
Thanks for stopping by my page to check out my latest project for the month of February designing for Not2ShabbyShop.com. In this project I created sweet gable treat boxes for valentines day! I used the “Better Together” Stamp Set by Neat and Tangled which is my new favorite! Visit www.not2shabbyshop.com and use my coupon code “Joy10” for an extra 10% off your order. Please “Like” and “Subscribe” to my YouTube channel for more videos like these.
Hi Guys! I am so excited to participate in my first Coffee Lovers Blog Hop! The Hop is from Dec. 9-16th, so go by the Coffee Loving Cardmakers Blog to check out all the great coffee themed designs. I also posted a process video below for you to see how I created this Brew-tiful card. As always, I have linked all the supplies I used below and in the description box on my YouTube channel. To find me on YouTube either click on the link on the side of your screen or search Mamie Carson in YouTube. Please “Like” and “Subscribe” to my channel and drop by http://www.OneJoyousSkip.com anytime to see the latest card designs and projects.
Hi Guys, thanks for joining me. I have a sweet card to share with you today that features Lawn Fawn’s Pop Up dies and Turkey Day stamp set. This was my first time using the pop up dies and they are really fun. The set comes with several sizes to use for different designs. Join me in the video below to see how I created this precious Thanksgiving Pop Up scene card. As always, all the supplies I used are listed below. Don’t forget to subscribe to my You Tube channel here and make sure to check out katscrappiness.com to see all the latest products in stock.
Hi guys, this is Mamie thanks for joining me today. I have wanted this “Prayers” Stamp Set and Die since it first came out. So I finally got it from Kat Scrappiness’ store and I had to use it right away. So I decided to do some multiple stamping in bright fall colors. I really like the way it came out and I can’t wait to use this set again as it is perfect for so many things that people need prayers for. So join me in the video below and please make sure to stop by Kats Store!
Hello fellow Odd Girls, Mamie here today sharing my October card projects in the slideshow below. I had so much fun creating with all these awesome Digital Stamps. I can’t decide which is my favorite, what do you guys think? Maybe the “Hi Mae” image? Anyway, I hope you have had a blast celebrating Oddtober with us and to end the month, I would like to share the process video below. I have listed all the images I used for the month and other supplies used below the video as well. Have a Happy Halloween!!!!
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Hey guys, Mamie here today. This is one of my last Halloween project for the month, so I decided to make Newton into a witch. I used the hat from the “Booyah” stamp set and I masked it so I could put it on Newton. I layered the card with the lovely Scalloped Stitched Oval dies by Gina Marie and the Boo’s and Brews paper pad by Doodlebug. Click the video below to see how to mask any head wear to your image and follow along with the Copic coloring on Bristol paper. As always the supplies are listed/linked below. Please don’t forget to subscribe to Kat’s YouTube channel at Kat Srappiness and mine at Mamie Carson. Have a great Halloween!