What Would Kelly Make? 3rd in the series!


Hi friends! Welcome back to our very fun and special What Would Kelly Make feature, where the fabulous Kelly Latevola stretches her creative muscles! This is the 3rd feature of the series! If you missed the first and second one, please be sure to click HERE and HERE to check those out! Today’s winning stamp sets are Sunny Studio’s Mug Hug stamps and dies! Now let’s get rolling!

To view JUST the technique watch the video below!

To view the FULL card tutorial watch the video below!



Thanks for reading today, and thanks to Kelly for this awesome inspiration! Be sure to tune into the next one in January!


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  1. Such a beautiful card! Thank you for leaving in the tips for readjusting and helping our cards become the works of art we envision…who wants to start over?! lol
    Thanks again. :-)

  2. Hi Kelly – this card type is so fabulous – love a Coffee, Hot Chocolate type front – love this stamp and die set as well — so have to add this to my collections – your video explanation is grand! I will have to remember to use those gel pens and such I have in my stash! Thanks for the encouragement to try your technique – your doodling is amazing – a grand Kelly Card as you stated you love hearing! Beautiful!

  3. Wow, lovely card! Color combo amazing! Please help me to fix a copic that has a point really wet! Almost dripping! Any advice? Thanks! Happy Holidays!

    1. This happens from time to time. Just take both lids off of the marker while you’re coloring. It equalizes the pressure so it doesn’t drip. If it’s severely over filled you can leave the lids off for a few hours. Since Copics are alcohol markers the alcohol will evaporate while the lids are off.

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