Congrats Video Hop!

Today we have a special blog post to help Laura Sterckx (from the Simon Wednesday challenge group) celebrate 1000 Youtube subscribers!

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I created a card and video for the hop using the new Scribble Flowers stamps and dies from Simon Says Stamp.

Congrats

You can see how I created the card in the video below:

There are a lot of great people taking part in the video hop to help Laura celebrate so head on over to her blog here to start the hop! There are fun giveaways too!! ;)

Huge congrats to Laura on this awesome milestone!!

Supplies:

  1. Thanks for the great video! -Cute card; and I wanted to see the inktense pencils in action! -And the Wink of Stella pen everyone talks about! Now I know where to get it!! :D

  2. There are two things on my wish list…..inktense pencils and the scribble flowers set. I’ve wanted the flower set ever since I saw a card that Shari Carroll created using it and though I own a large set of Derwent watercolor pencils, I really want the inktense as well. Your video and cute card just made me realize this even more.

  3. The flower stamps are so playful and make an adorable card.
    I learned a lot in this video and thank you for that.

  4. DELIGHTFUL card!!!
    LOVE the vellum scribble flowers, LOVE the colours {a cool technique}, LOVE the dotty adhesive {such a clever idea, especially when vellum is usually a challenge to adhere in place}, LOVE the die cut congrats, LOVE IT ALL!!!
    THANK YOU for sharing your CREATIVE INSPIRATION, I am definitely going to try making some vellum flowers & leaves now :)

  5. Loved the card you created. Was really interested in the pencils and how you applied the water direct to them. Also, did not know that vellum was weighted. Thanks for passing that info on so as to my next purchase of vellum will be correct.

  6. Totally cool card. Love the effect vellum blossoms has in cards. Got to give this technique a try. Congrats to Laura as well. Cheers!

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