Paper Smooches Stamps & Marvy Markers!

Happy Saturday everyone! And a Merry Christmas Eve to you all as well!

Today I have two exciting products to share with you! For starters, I want to introduce you to the newest Paper Smooches Clear Stamp Set, Yummers! Paper Smooches Stamps do new releases on the 1st of the month, and then on the 15th of the month.
Here’s an example of a card Kim Hughes (the creator of Paper Smooches) made using Yummers:
I especially love her sentiments she includes on most all Paper Smooches sets! The handwriting is gorgeous!

Next, I have some very festive, snowy, and puffy creativity to share! The Marvy Uchida Snow Marker is an embellishment marker that puffs up after you apply a heat tool on it! It creates a velvety texture, and really can resemble snow! Also, good news- it’s odor free! Thanks to Craft Critique’s website, I have some awesome examples to show you of the Snow Marker working its magic!

What a handsome Santa! Here’s a close up on his special Marvy Snow Marker beard & fluffy trim:
To do great snow detail this winter, the Marvy Snow Marker is great to establish the feeling of a wintery wonderland!
Then, once the weather is warmer.. don’t put away the marker! You can add glitter or color to the ink before you dry it/puff it up to create colors!
MMMM! That 3D effect makes the cone look that much more delicious!

BONUS!! Now is the time to try these fabulous Marvy products, they are on sale for 20% off…but for a limited time!

Thanks for reading today! I hope you got inspired to make some Paper Smooches projects or add some “puff” to your projects!

To win your OWN Paper Smooches Clear Stamp Set of Yummers (pictured above), just join our blog following and comment below about an idea you could use the Marvy Snow Marker for!

Enjoy your weekend!
-Michelle

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