video features the Glad Tidings card I shared here a couple of weeks
A little while ago I ran out of the Solid Red Ribbon and haven’t
re-ordered yet…………I keep forgetting!
The first was no
problem, but I didn’t think I was going to make the second one!
thing I have learned about making videos is that it’s a bad idea to
re-ink an ink pad immediately before starting!
My Wild Wasabi was
amazingly dry but it held up well.
I really must remember to re-ink my
pads when I’m tidying up after crafting, not when I’m first starting!
I also wanted to share the Snowflake card I showed on my last video, which was about using the Multipurpose Adhesive Sheets.
I find this amazingling helpful, especially when
I’m looking for a particular shape e.g. door handle and hinges for my
recent card of the wreath on the door.
For the Snowflake card, I wanted
to know what the negative die cut looked like, but this wasn’t something
I wrote the name of the die set on each piece of
card – so I didn’t end up confused! – and have now filed them with the
The NOEL is from
the Christmas Stockings Framelits Dies, which has a thin strip of
cardstock which fits across the width of a regular A6 card, but I
trimmed it down for my card so I could have a snowflake towards the
bottom of my card.
I saved the Whisper White snowflake die cuts and
adhered one inside my card. I made it stand out by painting it with my
Clear Wink of Stella Glitter Pen.
My UPS delivery arrived nice and early yesterday at 9.30 am – it
normally arrives at lunch time!
It was my regular UPS man and he explained he had a 10.30 am
delivery at a house a few doors down, so he thought he’d drop mine off,
He also said it’d clear a bit of space too, as it was three boxes
of Stampin’ Up! goodies!
two days to go before I set off for the Stampin’ Up! OnStage Convention
in Birmingham and still have a lot to do, so until tomorrow, happy